5.1. “Protocol Controlled Value (PVC)” Strategy

Bearing in mind that, due to its nature, Nash21’s field of action lies both in the real world and in DeFi, the tokenomic model designed follows a Protocol Controlled Value (PVC) Strategy. This is because, in order to safeguard the robustness and sustained growth of the protocol, it is vital to prevent abrupt fluctuations in the capital administered by the Treasury & Guarantee Fund. To do so, and given that the current state of DeFi consists of fragmented, unpredictable and expensive liquidity, with the model chosen we focus the effort and participation solely on liquidity providers that are genuinely convinced and engaged with Nash21.


  • We avoid speculative capital (42% of the yield LPs that enter a farm on the day it launches exit within 24 hours. Around 16% will exit within 48 hours, and by the third day, 70% of these users would have withdrawn from the contract).

  • We eliminate the need to depend on Whales to receive liquidity.

  • We eliminate the liquidity incentive policies which result in expensive plans of issuing tokens.

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