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Tier-Weight Mechanics
0xPAD uses a novel tier-weight mechanics to ensure that every IDO allocation is fair for all participants. Based on the participation type or membership level, a user fall under a given tier which has a given max allocation and depending on the token weight of the users, they get a weighted max allocation.
Details of the mechanics of the Tier-weight protocol is presented here.

IDO Allocation

The IDO allocation a user receives depends on two factors, these are:
  • The participation type or the membership tier of the user.
  • The token weight of the user with respect to the protocol's token threshold.
These factors can be expressed in three important parameters which defines the allocation of the user, the parameters are:
  1. 1.
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    AmaxA_{max}
    which is the maximum possible allocation of the IDO.
  2. 2.
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    AfA_f
    which is the allocation factor of each tier or membership level/type, and
  3. 3.
    ​
    QthresholdQ_{threshold}
    which is the protocol's token weight threshold.

If
Quserβ‰₯QthresholdQ_{user}\ge Q_{threshold}
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If the tokens staked, LP staked or token held by a user is
Quserβ‰₯QthresholdQ_{user}\ge Q_{threshold}
, then the IDO allocation of this user is given by:
​
Auser=AfΓ—AmaxA_{user}=A_f\times A_{max}
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If
Quser<QthresholdQ_{user}< Q_{threshold}
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If the tokens staked, LP staked or token held by a user is
Quser<QthresholdQ_{user}< Q_{threshold}
, then the IDO allocation of this user is given by:
​
Auser=QuserQthresholdΓ—AfΓ—AmaxA_{user}=\frac{Q_{user}}{Q_{threshold}}\times A_f\times A_{max}
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It should be noted that for fairness of allocation distribution, the maximum possible allocation
AmaxA_{max}
and the protocol's token weight threshold
QthresholdQ_{threshold}
for a given IDO are the same for all tier levels.
Also, the tier allocation factors
AfA_f
for each tier or membership level are given by:
Tier
Allocation Factor
Guest
0.2
Bronze
0.4
Silver
0.6
Gold
0.8
Platinum
1.0

For Example

For clarity, we consider the following IDO example with two scenario.
For a given IDO, given that
Amax=10,000A_{max}=10,000
BUSD and
Qthreshold=30,000Q_{threshold}=30,000
0xPAD.

Scenario I:
Quserβ‰₯QthresholdQ_{user}\ge Q_{threshold}
​

In this scenario, the users stake or tokens held
Quserβ‰₯30,000Q_{user}\ge 30,000
0xPAD. Then the user's allocation for the IDO will be:
​
Auser=AfΓ—Amax=10,000Γ—AfA_{user}=A_f\times A_{max}=10,000\times A_f
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Then, depending on the tier of the user, the allocations of the user are as follows:
  1. 1.
    If the user is a GUEST participant, then:
    ​
    Auser=10,000Γ—Af=10,000Γ—0.2=2,000A_{user}=10,000\times A_f=10,000\times 0.2 = 2,000
    BUSD
  2. 2.
    If the user is a BRONZE participant, then:
    ​
    Auser=10,000Γ—Af=10,000Γ—0.4=4,000A_{user}=10,000\times A_f=10,000\times 0.4 = 4,000
    BUSD
  3. 3.
    If the user is a SILVER participant, then:
    ​
    Auser=10,000Γ—Af=10,000Γ—0.6=6,000A_{user}=10,000\times A_f=10,000\times 0.6=6,000
    BUSD
  4. 4.
    If the user is a GOLD participant, then:
    ​
    Auser=10,000Γ—Af=10,000Γ—0.8=8,000A_{user}=10,000\times A_f=10,000\times 0.8=8,000
    BUSD
  5. 5.
    If the user is a PLATINUM participant, then:
    ​
    Auser=10,000Γ—Af=10,000Γ—1.0=10,000A_{user}=10,000\times A_f=10,000\times 1.0=10,000
    BUSD

Scenario II:
Quser<QthresholdQ_{user}<Q_{threshold}
​

In this scenario, the users stake or tokens held
Quser<QthresholdQ_{user}<Q_{threshold}
0xPAD. Then the user's allocation for the IDO will be:
​
Auser=Quser30,000Γ—10,000Γ—AfA_{user}=\frac{Q_{user}}{30,000}\times 10,000\times A_f
​
Assuming
Quser=12,000Q_{user}=12,000
0xPAD, then depending on the tier of the user, the allocations of the user are as follows:
  1. 1.
    If the user is a GUEST participant, then:
    ​
    Auser=Quser30,000Γ—10,000Γ—Af=12,00030,000Γ—10,000Γ—0.2=800A_{user}=\frac{Q_{user}}{30,000}\times 10,000\times A_f=\frac{12,000}{30,000}\times 10,000\times 0.2 =800
    BUSD
  2. 2.
    If the user is a BRONZE participant, then:
    ​
    Auser=Quser30,000Γ—10,000Γ—=Af=12,00030,000Γ—10,000Γ—0.4=1,600A_{user}=\frac{Q_{user}}{30,000}\times 10,000\times =A_f=\frac{12,000}{30,000}\times 10,000\times 0.4=1,600
    BUSD
  3. 3.
    If the user is a SILVER participant, then:
    ​
    Auser=Quser30,000Γ—10,000Γ—0Af=12,00030,000Γ—10,000Γ—0.6=2,400A_{user}=\frac{Q_{user}}{30,000}\times 10,000\times 0A_f=\frac{12,000}{30,000}\times 10,000\times 0.6=2,400
    BUSD
  4. 4.
    If the user is a GOLD participant, then:
    ​
    Auser=Quser30,000Γ—10,000Γ—Af=12,00030,000Γ—10,000Γ—0.8=3,200A_{user}=\frac{Q_{user}}{30,000}\times 10,000\times A_f=\frac{12,000}{30,000}\times 10,000\times 0.8=3,200
    BUSD
  5. 5.
    If the user is a PLATINUM participant, then:
    ​
    Auser=Quser30,000Γ—10,000Γ—Af=12,00030,000Γ—10,000Γ—1.0=4,000A_{user}=\frac{Q_{user}}{30,000}\times 10,000\times A_f=\frac{12,000}{30,000}\times 10,000\times 1.0=4,000
    BUSD
It should be noted that
QthresholdQ_{threshold}
for 0xPAD token is different from that of LP tokens for liquidity miners.
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IDO Allocation
For Example