A Brief Overview of Geeq’s Tokenomics

Geeq introduces an original algorithmic monetary policy (AMP) for a stabilized-token, the Geeq. The primary purpose of the Geeq is to pay the network of nodes that support multiple, interoperable, instances of GeeqChains for their validation and virtual machine services.

True stable-coins have an obvious downside from the standpoint of platform builders. Namely, if 100% of token sale revenue is kept in reserve to guarantee the value of the stable-coin, nothing is left over for platform development.

On the other hand, rapid and dramatic fluctuations in the value of BTC, ETH and other cryptocurrencies are frequently the result of speculation and have little relation to the value of the underlying platforms. These fluctuations nevertheless undermine confidence in the platforms and their technology. Rational users naturally insist on a premium to buy and hold such risky assets, which further suppresses their values. To make matters worse, both positive and negative price swings can be driven by relatively small trading volumes and can take on a life of their own once they start. None of this is good for investors, platforms, application developers, validating nodes, users, or the DLT space in general.

The intention of Geeq’s monetary policy is to tie token value more closely to its use on the platform and the value of the services built by developers within the Geeqosystem. Limiting the impact of speculators and dampening the impact of fear, uncertainty, and doubt, creates a more predictable and stable environment to support and sustain adoption and usage for all of Geeq’s platform participants.

Geeq’s monetary policy is pre-funded, transparent, and is designed to smooth the volatility and reduce uncertainty. The policy does not, in and of itself, determine the Geeq’s market price. Instead, AMP stands ready with a set of known bids and asks that all platform users can take into account when planning and conducting their business.

To learn more about AMP, please read the Explainer here. If you would like a more mathematical presentation, please download the .pdf of the Technical Paper, which includes the mathematical appendices.

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Soft Cap = $5M

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The details of the planned private sale, liquidity event and monetary policy, may change depending upon current regulatory and legal environment, agreements with liquidity providers, and coding and other technical considerations.

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