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Why Pseudo?

A $1000 investment in Pseudo at inception would have yielded $ N/A by now.

 
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A 5th Gen token that offers compound growth backed with insurance. The amount you are insured for increases over time.



How It Works

Pseudo (SUDO) uses funds generated from the minting of new tokens as well as trading fees to act as insurance. Every token is insured and as an equal claim to the insurance pool. The amount each token is insured for is called the Insured Value (IV).

Pseudo is geared towards increasing IV per token. The higher the IV per token, the greater the price at which the token can be traded for on an exchange - keeping upward pressure on price. Users can claim insurance at any time, thus making IV the lowest amount a user can get for a single SUDO token.

As you will see below Pseudo employs various methods to ensure IV always increases.

Pseudo uses an inflationary pricing model for the minting of new tokens. Each token will cost slightly more to mint than the previous. The increasing Cost-to-Mint (CTM) new tokens ensures the size of the insurance pool grows faster than the supply, preventing dilution of the insurance pool.

 


  Reduced Exposure
With Pseudo the most you risk is the uninsured portion of your capital which is known before you buy in. Allowing you to trade larger volumes with less exposure.
The amount you are insured for increases over time and is likely to eventually exceed your upfront investment.

  Exponential Growth
Pseudo is mathematically modelled to always increase IV per token, regardless of how the token is being used. Even in times of low demand the amount of BNB each token is insured for increases.

  Built-In Exchange
Pseudo also features a built-in exchange for BNB-SUDO swaps, through the use of an internal liquidity pool.

     -  Feeless swaps
     -  On demand liquidity



There are 2 main concepts you need to aware of when trading Pseudo :


     (1) The relationship between CTM, IV & Price.

     (2) IV increases no matter what action is performed on the token (buying, selling, minting, claiming & transfers).


(1) The relationship between CTM, IV & Price :


The key to profiting with Pseudo is understanding how these 3 variables unfold over time and the way they interact with one another.

As new tokens are minted at an ever-increasing cost, the size of the insurance pool increases in a similar manner. IV trails CTM, to learn why click here. If for some reason IV exceeds CTM, arbitrage traders can mint at the CTM and claim insurance immediately for a quick profit and return CTM back to or above IV.

The price of Pseudo then becomes range-bound between CTM & IV :

- If price falls below IV, sellers can simply claim insurance at the IV, instead of selling for a lower price. IV acts as a price floor. (support)

- If price exceeds CTM, buyers can rather mint new tokens at the CTM, instead of buying at a higher price. CTM acts as a price ceiling. (resistance)

- In addition to this, if price breaks out below IV or above CTM, arbitrage traders can trade the token for a quick profit and in the process return price back within range.

 

 

Since CTM & IV increase exponentially over time, price will follow the same trend over the long term.


Minting will only be done when there is a need for it. For instance when price reaches CTM - when this happens it means that demand for the token is high enough to warrant the minting of new tokens. This prevents dilution of the token supply.



CTM

- Starts at $0.000,000,001 or a billionth of a dollar and doubles for every billion SUDO minted. Click here for an illustration.

- So after approx. 30BN SUDO are minted the CTM will be around $1 per SUDO.

- During the initial mint, 11 billion tokens are minted by management to start the internal liquidity pool. So the actual starting CTM for users is about $0.000,002.

- It takes about $1.55BN of capital to mint another 19 billion SUDO which is relatively small considering that the CTM rises approx. x500000 during this period.

- Management will reserve 1BN SUDO from the initial mint in a burn wallet. These tokens will be burnt during the 1st year of the tokens lifetime to further boost IV.




(2) IV increases no matter what action is performed on the token


A protocol mathematically modeled to always behave the way you'd expect...


   Increases           Decreases           No Impact

 
CTM Price IV
Mint
Buy
Sell
Claim
Transfer/Send
 


As you can see the protocol is built in such a way that, regardless of the action taken by users, the IV per token must always increase. Here's how we ensure this :




Mint

-  New tokens are minted at an increasing cost called the Cost-to-Mint (CTM). Funds generated by the minting of new tokens are added to the Insurance pool which increases IV per token.

-  A management fee is levied on token mints. The fee amount is retrieved from the pool, so the minter doesn't pay. For an illustration on how this works click here

-  The fee starts at 5% and decays towards 0% at a predetermined pace as more tokens are minted. Click here for an illustration.

-  The funds from this fee help with marketing & advertising of the platform which is crucial to the success of the platform especially in the early stages. As the platform becomes more well established this fee will drop, allowing for more of the funds to enter the insurance pool in keeping with our policy of prioritising IV per token.

-  When our governance token contract is deployed the management fee will be redistributed to governance token holders, instead of being used for platform maintenance.




Buy & Sell

* Using our built-in exchange

Buy

-  A 3% fee is applied to each buy. This fee is also retrieved from the pool (liquidity pool in this case), so the buyer doesn't pay.

-  The proceeds from this fee are added to the insurance pool. Thus increasing IV per token.

Sell

-  A 10% token burn occurs for every sell transaction. This burn is applied to the liquidity pool, so the seller doesn't pay.

-  Token burns shrink supply, meaning fewer tokens have claim to the insurance pool. This increases IV per token.

For an illustration on how trading fees work click here




Insurance Claims

-  An early withdrawal fee applies to insurance claims. The fee starts at 5% and decays towards 0% as more tokens are minted. Click here for an illustration. The proceeds from the fee are held back in the pool, thus increasing IV per token for users that remain in the protocol. The fee is charged in this manner to :

(1)  Increase IV per token.

(2)  Discourage insurance claims in the early stages of the platforms lifecycle. Insurance claims should be made at the end-of-life scenario (outlined below) where the platform experiences significant loss of interest/demand for an extended period of time.

(3)  Encourages users to rather sell the token for a higher price than claim at the IV.

For an illustration on how insurance claims work click here




Transfers

-  3% of the transfer amount is burnt. The recepient receives 3% less. This is done to :

(1)  Decrease supply which leads to higher IV per token.

(2)  Discourage trading of the token on other exchanges. Buying and selling on our exchange increases IV with each trade so we want to encourage trading on our built-in exchange.







Usually, to push up the price of an asset you'd require a large number of buyers to come in and create demand for the asset.
In this respect, Pseudo is far less risky, since your capital is not fluctuating at the whim of whether or not there is a surplus of buyers and how big the surplus is, but rather your position continues to improve so long as there is any kind of activity around the token, be it minting, claiming, buying or selling & token transfers. This is far more likely to occur more frequently, remember buyers of today become the sellers of the future. So you're benefitting both when users buy in (minting & buying) and when they eventually cash out (claiming insurance & selling). Both actions increase IV per token which in turn increases the floor that price can trade at.



End-Of-Life

Infinite growth is impossible. And Pseudo is built with this in mind. At any time, if there is a sustained loss of interest/demand for the token, users can always claim their insurance. At this point minting stops, so no new tokens enter the supply and the CTM will remain fixed from that point onwards. IV on the other hand will continue to rise as long as the token is in use (in this case when token holders sell or claim insurance). So even when there is no new demand for the token, the IV will still increase to account for those leaving the protocol. This makes it likely that IV will reach CTM at the end stages of the protocol.

Here's what this looks like :

 

 


When IV meets CTM, Pseudo essentially acts as a stablecoin.



 

At Pseudo, we believe in wealth preservation before wealth accumulation.
You shouldn't have to risk your initial capital in order to make a return. And our insurance protocol accomplishes exactly that by ensuring the amount of BNB you are covered for will continue to increase over time. So the amount you are covered for at the beginning, when you buy in, is the lowest cover you will have. From there your investment is free to accumulate without risking your initial capital.

 



5th Gen Starts Here...



1st Gen : Coins & their ICOs

2nd Gen : Stablecoins

3rd Gen : NFTs

4th Gen : Memecoins

5th Gen : Self-Insured Tokens (or Crypto-Backed Tokens)

For the first 4 generations of crypto, hype was usually the primary driver of success for many of those platforms. This often led to massive devaluations when users moved to the next hottest new crypto. The crypto industry has never really been able to break free from this dependence on hype. Until now...

A defining characteristic of 5th Gen will be it's independence from hype. Providing a more robust and sustainable environment for long-term growth.

Pseudo achieves this independence through the use of token insurance. Users cannot devalue the token lower than the IV.


As investments grow in size they tend to loose steam, consider Bitcoin, for you to double your money with Bitcoin the entire market cap of Bitcoin must double, this could be as high as $1TN of new funds that need to be added to the market cap of Bitcoin in order to achieve this. Though possible, it isn't very likely to occur often or predictably enough. This is where new and innovative small cap investments like Pseudo thrive, serving as the perfect investment vehicle for maximizing returns. Due to it's small size, relatively little new funds are required to drive high returns.




Whether you're in for a quick profit or long term growth, Pseudo has you covered...




Long-Term Holders

- Rely on the long term growth of IV.


- They help by essentially reducing liquidity, since their holdings are not actively trading hands. Reduced liquidity makes the token more scarce for traders. This increases the likelihood of new tokens being minted.

Intra-day Traders

- Intra-day Traders are mainly concerned with price movement. Buying low & Selling high, depending on where price is in relation to CTM & IV


- Range-bound price paves the way for more accurate mean reversion and breakout strategies.


- Can trade larger volumes than they normally would since their SUDO holdings are backed with insurance.


- Larger trade volumes means more buying & selling which in turn help boost IV.

Arbitrage Traders

- Arbitrage Traders help keep the price of SUDO range-bound by trading the breakout above CTM or below IV.


(1) Price above CTM, mint new tokens at the CTM and sell at the price.

(2) Price below IV, buy at price and claim insurance at IV.

This is assuming CTM is above IV. If it isn't :



(3) CTM below IV, mint at CTM and claim insurance at IV or sell at price (which ever is higher).


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More to come...

 

Pseudo (SUDO)

- Pseudo is currently available on the BNB Smart Chain. Support for other evm chains will be added soon.

- Follow us on X (formerly Twitter) for deployment updates.

 
 

PseudoX (SUDOx), x = stable

- Works the same way as Pseudo but uses the USDc stablecoin instead of BNB and other native coins. The is done to mitigate impermanent loss.

- This offering is currently under development.

 
 

Pseudo Governance Protocol

- Once live our management fee will be redirected to governance token holders.

- Governance allows users to vote for changes to fee structure & implementation of additional features to future versions of the protocol.

- This offering is under development.

 



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