The results of our last community proposal are in and the community overwhelmingly voted in favor of the proposed optimizations and changes to the Auto Cashout process, with more than 1 billion MONSTA used to vote! Thanks to everyone for participating in this important proposal and we are glad so many agree with our idea to make Cake Monster more efficient and rewarding!
To recap, the proposed changes include
The new optimizations have now been implemented and are live as of publishing of this article. If you have gone inactive and were subject to the iTax, you’ll find a new section in the Cake Monster App to claim your refund.
Check out the new detailed transaction flow in below graphic.
The implemented refund option will automate the prior manual process of refunding and will ensure a much faster process. Further benefits will see the attraction of new investors, the opening of new avenues for potential collaborations due to a higher liquidity and more stable price movement.
The burn impact on the MONSTA in the LP is subject to the newly implemented Liquidity Impact Threshold (LIT) of 5%. This means that the smart contract can never burn more than 5% of the current MONSTA liquidity in the LP.
- A wallet with 10M MONSTA gets iTaxed while 100M MONSTA reside in the LP
- A 70% equivalent amount (7M MONSTA) should be burned out of the LP
- As the burn impact on the LP would be 7%, the smart contract decides to burn a maximum of 5M MONSTA (5%) out of the LP
If your wallet became inactive and you were subject to the iTax (formerly Auto Cashout), you can visit the refund dashboard in the Cake Monster dAPP here. The process is entirely automated via a smart contract which will confirm your eligibility and transfer you the 25% refund amount.
Yes. Once the iTax has been applied, the inactive holder has a chance to prove activity again and receive a partial refund within 50 days, but if they fail to do this, they will be subject to the iTax a second time. This process repeats to a maximum of 3 times at which point the inactive holders remaining MONSTA funds will be burned out of the wallet.
Example (iTax 3rd Strike System)
- A wallet holding 1M MONSTA becomes inactive and gets taxed
- iTax uses 30% (300k MONSTA) of that MONSTA holdings to buy CAKE for the Gravity Vault
- iTax burns an equivalent of the remaining 70% out of the LP, but will never burn more than 5% of the total overall LP (due to the Liquidity Impact Threshold)
- If a user becomes inactive a second time in a row (after another 50 days), again 30% of the current MONSTA holdings (now 700K MONSTA) will be used to buy CAKE and an equivalent of 70% (490K MONSTA) of the remaining funds will be burned out of the LP. The refund from the first iTax application (strike one) will be forfeited, and a refund of 25% of the new amount can be claimed for the second strike within the next 50 days.
- If a user remains inactive for a third time in a row, all the remaining MONSTA funds will be burned out of their wallet (in this case 490K MONSTA)
The newly implemented iTax and discontinuation of the previous ACO methodology will add further value to the Gravity Vault, strengthen the Cake Monster protocol overall, and provide increased value for holders, foremost in terms of claimable CAKE rewards (Slice, Crumbs, DC NFT Dividends) and the soon to be released lottery system that aims to add value to all Diamond Claw NFTs.
We continue to monitor the progress of the first cycle and will propose further optimizations to the community as they are identified.
Cake Monster ($MONSTA) offers a multitude of great features aimed at building a flexible, multifaceted, and automated dividend yield and reward system for participants without compromising the sustainability or security of the protocol ecosystem, and combines this with smart design, creativity, and organic growth, resulting in a very vibrant and engaged community.