Profit-sharing model of only one beneficiary - RSV Official Announcement
Profit sharing model of only one beneficiary RSV Official Announcement

Example 3

Chart for the Example 3

[Conditions for Example 3]
The case in which there is no beneficiary on the date one day prior to the end of the calculation date for profit return and there is only one person who receives 100 RSV at the end

Expected profits: $30000
Start of allocation: January 1, 2020
End of calculation period of profit return: December 31, 2020
Total days of application(number of days from the date of allocation until the End of the calculation of profit return): 366 days

As a conclusion, if there is only one person who should be the beneficiary of profit return, such single person will receive all the profit return. In other words, in the RSV solution, all the profits will go to the person allocating coins which is the subject of the profits.

As we have explained from early on, different coins and allocation period would result in different profit return for each person. This concept is to reflect different level of participation by different users and 100% of the profits from property will be allocated to users who are a subject of profit return. Therefore if there is only one person who is a subject of profit return, regardless of allocated coins and the period of allocation, such single person will receive all the profit return.

It is expected that there may be users who may stop coin allocation during the period after the release of the RSV Solution.

  • “I want to sell my coins as the price of the RSV coins went up”
  • “I want to change my allocation ratio to each property as I want to allocate my coins to other properties”
  • “I want to sell my RSV coins as I want to invest in other projects”

As a result, there may be a smaller number of users who are a subject of profit returns.

In the Chart of the Example 3, we see the User A and the User B have allocated their coins halfway during the period and there is calculation of profit return. On the other hand, the User C only allocates 100 RSV for just one day on the last day of calculation. If one use simple days calculation, then the User A and B who stopped allocation halfway should be receiving more profit return than the User C.

However as we have explained in our 11 basic concepts (rules) of RSV Solution, in RSV Solutions, if you stop allocation halfway, you will not receive the profit return of the period in which you have allocated before your withdrawal. Furthermore in the Example of this post, no allocation was made after the withdrawal, resulting in the situation identical to the one in which no allocation was made from the beginning.

The User C allocated very small amount of coins for the very short period of allocation but as there is no other people beneficiary to profit return, all the profits from properties go to him.

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