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Delegate Based Staking
We use staking and farming to incentivize and reward users for holding $DLV and include them directly in the StarkNet ecosystem. Starking or Farming also makes you eligible for DL Tickets, the value of this ticket is used to compute the airdrop allocation.
To become a Delegator in Dolven Labs, a user should stake $DLV or Liquidity pool token of $DLV more than the minimum deposit limit of the DL ticket.
The Delegators participate in DAO, have a say in the Dolven Labs development plan, and receive benefits from the prize pool, they can also invest directly in the StarkNet ecosystem.
You can claim and re-stake your staking rewards at any time.
With Staking, you have the following privileges:
🟢 Have a say in the community and development of Dolven. 🟢 Eligibility for receiving DL Ticket. 🟢 Determination of the projects to invest in. 🟢 Earn rewards from the reward pool. 🟢 Early access to projects incubated by Dolven. 🟢 Investing directly in the StarkNet ecosystem.
We have DL Tickets and the value of the ticket helps us to compute the airdrop allocation.
DL Ticket = Deposit / Limit * LockMultiple * StakingType
We have 4 different lock options, if you are farming we multiply your ticket counts by 2
0 -> 7 days -> 1x
1 -> 15 days -> 2x
2 -> 30 days -> 6x
3 -> 60 days -> 10x
Users who want to withdraw tokens: Send the withdrawal request to the contract. The contract will transfer your tokens to the DolvenUnstaker contract. And lock them depending on the users selection. Once the lock period is over, users can withdraw the tokens.
Important notes about Staking
- Once the lockup period is set it cannot be changed.
- If you choose 60 days lock period it cannot change it to 30 days until you have withdrawn all tokens.
- You can harvest your token whenever you want and stake them. You can also cancel the withdrawal request anytime.
These rules are in place to prevent the manipulation of our governance.
We've also created a bounty distribution program, including a liquidity incentive program, considering $DLV's vesting.