Treasury Vault
There are an autonomous smart contract wallet and a hybrid wallet
This is a stabilization vault of the project that is required to ensure stability of project economy.

Sources of the Treasury Vault replenishment:

  1. 1.
  2. 2.
    10% from the profit of Investment Vault (see “Investment Vault”)

Spending funds of the Treasury Vault:

Automatic buyback of the 8F token from the market using Treasury funds will take place when the price falls below $0.02 with these rules:
  1. 1.
    Each buyback occurs at the rate of 1% of the wallet with a frequency of 1 transaction every 30 minutes, but no more than 5 buybacks per day.
  2. 2.
    Total amount of monthly buybacks by using Treasury funds is not limited, but buybacks are paused when the amount of funds in the Treasury reaches 70% of the volume at 00:00 on the 1st day of the month. They are reactivated immediately when this 70% limit is exceeded (if the 8F price is below the $0.02 limit).
  3. 3.
    50% of the purchased tokens will be burned and 50% will be sent to the Rewards Vault.
For example, at 00:00 on the 1st of the month there was $1 million in the Treasury Vault (both wallets). 70% is 700 thousand dollars.
In this case, during the month Treasury can spend as much money as needed to buy tokens, but the balance of Treasury wallets must always be no less than 700 thousand dollars with the account replenishment. When Treasury's wallets are funded to, for example, $701k, Treasury may automatically buyback $1k worth of tokens (if the token price is still below the $0.02 limit).
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Sources of the Treasury Vault replenishment:
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