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Anti-Dump Feature

To ensure a healthy and sustainable growth to all our users, YUNA introduces the Innovative Anti-Dump Mechanism.

Mechanisms/Limits In General

Unlike most projects that are setting fixed 'Security Limits' on their supply, we take a different approach to be able to sustain in both bull & bear markets. What most projects do nowadays, is allowing a fixed number of the token supply to be sold daily (for example: 0.1% of the supply is allowed to be sold each day).
This might work on a short term basis, when the project is relatively new, because this is where 0.1% of the supply isn't worth that much yet. However, on a long term basis where the tokens / coins are getting a higher USD value, the anti-whale protection is losing its credibility.
The reason for this is because at this moment, the 0,1% would possible be worth 20x as much in USD value, hence creating a big sell-off on the chart while only 0,1% of the supply has been sold.

Anti-Dump Mechanism Solution

To be able to take the correct real time security measurements against whale manipulation & counter negative market movements, we had to build our Anti-Dump Mechanism around a real time source ~ which in this case, is the Liquidity Pool.
• If a wallet reaches a daily sell amount of a total of 0.25% of the real time pooled amount of YUNA tokens in the Liquidity Pool within a time frame of 24 hours, a cooldown of 24 hours activates on the specific Wallet.
This means that if there are 450,000,000 YUNA tokens in the Liquidity Pool, a wallet is only allowed to sell/send 1,250,000 YUNA tokens each day. The result of this is that an individual wallet can never hurt or damage the chart by selling all his/her YUNA tokens at once, by creating a big negative price impact on a short term basis.
This solution creates a healthy environment for all investors and stimulates the bigger investors to handle their investment with responsibility, by taking healthy profits on a daily basis.

What makes this perk so innovative?

A token with a Liquidity Pool on a DEX (Decentralised Exchange), always has a ratio which determines the price of the token.
A Liquidity Pool is always created by adding two components.
1. Liquidity Pairing Asset
2. Project Token
Let's say our token's Liquidity Pool operates on the Ethereum Network, and is currently existing out of 68 ETH and 450,000,000 YUNA.
This automatically determines the value: 68 ETH = 450,000,000 YUNA.
In this case, you would only be able to sell 1,250,000 YUNA (0.25%) in a timeframe of 24 hours. 1,250,000 YUNA in this case would be equal to 0,17 ETH, which means you can withdraw/send for a total of 0,17 ETH before the Anti-Dump Mechanism triggers on your wallet.
This system is designed to adjust the Anti-Dump Mechanism on a real time source, which is the Liquidity Pool. This way we can always guarantee positive price action to all of our investors. The daily limits will adjust over time as the price of the YUNA token will be driven up. If the Liquidity Pool multiplies in value, the daily limit will multiply in value as well!
Note: The same limit is assigned for both selling & sending of tokens to a different wallet, to avoid a bypass of the mechanism by simply sending tokens to another wallet. So make sure to organise your actions, based on your daily limits!
If you decide to spend your daily limit on a withdrawal, you will not be able to send any more tokens to another wallet if the transaction exceeds the daily limit. The same goes for vice versa. The cooldown period has a duration of 24 hours.
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