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The calculation for wallet balance adjustment is:

(current price – base target price) * wallet balance / (base target price * lag factor).

For example, if a user has 100 RMPL and if total supply is 1,000,000, then a random lag factor between 6.00 and 10.00 is generated.

At a current price of $1.30, lag factor 10.00, the updated wallet balance would be adjusted by:

(1.30 – 1) * 100 / (1 * 10) = 3

The new wallet balance would be: 103 RMPL.

At a current price of $1.30, lag factor 6.00, the updated wallet balance would be adjusted by:

(1.30 – 1) * 100 / (1 * 6) = 5

The new wallet balance would be: 105 RMPL.

At a current price of $0.76, lag factor 8.00, the updated wallet balance would be adjusted by:

(0.76 – 1) * 100 / (1 * 8) = -3

The new wallet balance would be: 97 RMPL.

A current price within the $0.95 to $1.05 thresholds would mean no adjustment in supply.

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