- The DCAP token is backed by tangible real estate assets and by cash through the allocation of revenues in the liquidity pools making $DCAP effectively double-backed
- The DCAP ecosystem provides an equitable and profitable distribution of profits for all investment layers ($DCAP, Staking and Real Estate 3.0 Investors).
- The DCAP Cash Reserves is designed to control the DCAP token's volatility protecting users' funds.
Each real estate property is tokenized under a single DAO, LLC which takes in all the revenue from the property. As a management fee, the DAO, LLC pays 30% of its revenue to DCAP corporate. This is what is deposited into the DCAP Revenue Allocation Protocol (RAP).
Allocation Protocol (RAP)
The DCAP Revenue Allocation Protocol is an automated system ensuring a fair and profitable distribution of revenues for all shareholders along with preventing high volatility of the DCAP token and insuring it with strong cash backing.
DCAP splits all of its generated revenues between the DCAP Cash Reserves and BuyBacks of the DCAP token.
DCAP Cash Reserves
The DCAP Cash Reserves receive 40% of all generated revenues by the company and are used to manage market liquidity as well as the DCAP token price volatility. These reserves are divided in two separate Liquidity Pools:
The Primary Liquidity Pool (LP1), which is “hosted” on Uniswap, provides sufficient available liquidity for buyers and sellers to trade the DCAP token. Everyone can provide liquidity in the LP1 on Uniswap with $USDC and $DCAP to receive trading fees.
The Market Maker (LP2), buys or sells DCAP tokens depending on the current Liquidity Ratio, efficiently acting as a volatility buffer.
The remaining 60% of all the generated revenues by the company are allocated to the BuyBacks of DCAP tokens on the market. Buying the token on the market increases its scarcity in the Primary Liquidity Pool raising $DCAP's value and deposits cash into the LP1. Subsequently, the tokens purchased are then sent to the Staking Treasury to fund the rewards that are paid out to stakeholders. This step ensures liquidity is being supplied to the staking rewards, effectively backing $DCAP with cash.