Auckland, New Zealand, 19th Aug 2022, Infinity Protocol is a self-generating liquidity project that aims to revolutionise the way staking projects operate by rewarding token holders that choose to stake their tokens in the platform with profits generated by the protocol itself.
How does it generate its own liquidity?
The protocol uses funds from the treasury these funds have been generated from outside business sources run by the project owners it uses these funds to buy and sell cryptocurrency, stocks and forex. It then makes several buys and sells depending on the signals detected by the protocol. This is done in a safe manner by making multiple small transactions and implementing a safe trading strategy that takes small but constant profits.
The protocol has been tested for 36 months providing an average success rate of 86% wins and generating 368% return on investment.
This generates profits every hour, and the profits are allocated to the staking holders, doing so does not affect the project’s liquidity. The business model has been created to make the staking rewards sustainable and not detrimental to the project most importantly the project owners are ready to comply with any upcoming regulations as they have stablished and office in New Zeland.
There will be 3 stages for staking 3 months 87% APY , 6 months 125% APY and 12 months 368% APY every time someone stakes their tokens, they will need to hold for that given period, the tokens will remain locked, but the BUSD rewards will be paid daily as a form of passive income.
Infinity protocol has a 10% buy tax, this tax is allocated to marketing, the treasury and the development of their upcoming Blockchain, which the company is already developing and is expected to launch its test net in 2023.
Organization: Infinity Protocol
Contact Person: Ami Anderson
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Country: New Zealand
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