I’d like to propose this change for create more interest in project and attract much more user and, at same time, lower the selling pressure to BGOV.
Now the commission generated in different coin (bnb, busd, usdt, etc) are periodically converted in BGOV and burned. This have the only goal to low the number of bgov in circulation but do not give any incentive do buy and hold BGOV
So i propose this:
If you STAKE BGOV (only bgov, not bgov/bnb) from 1 to 30 of the month you will receive a distribution of a commission (the one that now are used for buy and burn)
The distribution come in all coin that they have got the commission, so BGOV HOLDER will receive every end of month (like a salary) a distribution of his share of all coin generated in the commission.
So, if i hold and stake for one month BGOV i will receive the distribution of different coin (bnb, busd, usdt, etc)
Think about how powerful can be this changing for attract new user that buy and stake and freeze for 30 days bgov and receive stable coin, bnb and many others.
Personally i will continue to stake and never sell my bgov till i will have the distrubution and also this can become a stronger marketing tools for attract new user in fulcrum.
SUMMARIZING I PROPOSE
To change the periodic use share of commission earned for buy and burn BGOV in
Distrubute montly the commission to holder of bgov that have stake for 30 days before
Period 1 to 30 march
20% of them go to insurance fund
80% distributed proportionally to all BGOV HOLDER that have stake bgov for the 30 days before
BILL stake 100000 bgov for 30 days
Mark stake 200000 bgov for 29 days and then withdraw 50000 (only 150000 will be eligible)
JANE stake 250000 bgov for 30 days
So 500000 bgov are eligible for distribution and:
BILL will receive the 20%
MARK will receive the 30%
JANE will receive the 50% of share
so BILL in end of month will receive
80 bnb (16 bnb)
8000 usdt (1600 usdt)
8000 busd (1600 busd)
8 eth (1,6 eth)
800 bzx (160 bzx)
The commission of transaction can be deducted from the distrubution.