Calculations of release

Zetos ecosystem
Total Demand = Token Price * Total Tokens in Circulation This is also known as the token's market cap, since market cap also describes the aggregate value of the token.
If X is used to represent the amount of tokens in circulation, that is, the supply of tokens. Assuming that the growth in demand over the past few months has brought the token to a current price of $1.10, then: Quantity demanded = $1.10 * X
In order to restore the peg of the token to 1 USD, assuming that the demand remains unchanged, let Y be the expected circulation quantity, Then: previous demand = $1.10 * X Quantity demanded after = $1.00 * Y demand before = demand after.
The solved Y is the token supply worth $1.10 needed to restore the peg to $1.00: Y = X * 1.10
As roughly estimated above, the quantity theory of money finds that if the transaction price of Zetos Share (ZES) is temporarily set to p, which is too high or too low, then the agreement can restore the long-term price to the value by multiplying the existing supply by p $1.00.
The additional Zetos Cash (ZEC) will be issued to users who hold Zetos Bond (ZEB) and Zetos Share (ZES), and the debt will be repaid first, so the users who hold Zetos Bond (ZEB) will be given first by destroying Zetos Bond (ZEB) , get Zetos Cash (ZEC), and the remaining Zetos Cash (ZEC) will be given to Zetos Share (ZES) holders, if there is no remaining, it will not be distributed to Zetos Share (ZES) holders.
Zetos Share (ZES) is equivalent to a shareholder, and only Zetos Share (ZES) locked into the boardroom contract can obtain this part of the income.
The way to obtain equity Zetos Share (ZES) is as follows:
Zetos Share (ZES) must be minted from scratch, that is, obtained through liquidity mining, so liquidity must be provided to the USDT <> Zetos Share (ZES) is Cash pool of PancakeSwap V2. Click to redirect to the liquidity provision page on our platform, so that you can easily participate and provide liquidity. This design is to increase the demand for Zetos Cash (ZEC) and ensure that its price can rise.
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