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Why do we need God DAO in the first place?#

Dollar-pegged stablecoins have become an essential part of crypto due to their lack of volatility as compared to tokens such as Bitcoin and Ether. Users are comfortable with transacting using stablecoins knowing that they hold the same amount of purchasing power today vs. tomorrow. But this is a fallacy. The dollar is controlled by the US government and the Federal Reserve. This means a depreciation of dollar also means a depreciation of these stablecoins. God DAO aims to solve this by creating a non-pegged stablecoin called $God. By focusing on supply growth rather than price appreciation, God DAO hopes that $God can function as a currency that is able to hold its purchasing power regardless of market volatility.

Is $God a stablecoin?#

No, $God is not a stablecoin. Rather, $God aspires to become an algorithmic reserve currency backed by other decentralized assets. Similar to the idea of the gold standard, $God provides free-floating value its users can always fall back on, simply because of the fractional treasury reserves $God draws its intrinsic value from.

What is MIxture Money (MIX)?#

Mixture Money (MIX) is a stablecoin backed by interest bearing tokens issued by! 1 MIX is equal to 1 USDC MIX is native of the Solana Ecosystem! The place with the highest liquidity to buy MIX on Solana Network is on Atrix using the USDC-MIX Pair! The MIX address on Solana is 4oZyezadeP4KdskT3oDXWFR6Nsado4rGanaH6p6wNR3P. Find out more about MIX at

$God is backed, not pegged.#

Each $God is backed by 1 MIX, not pegged to it. Because the treasury backs every $God with at least 1 MIX, the protocol would buy back and burn $God when it trades below 1 MIX. This has the effect of pushing $God price back up to 1 MIX. $God could always trade above 1 MIX because there is no upper limit imposed by the protocol. Think pegged == 1, while backed >= 1. You might say that the $God floor price or intrinsic value is 1 MIX. We believe that the actual price will always be 1 MIX + premium, but in the end that is up to the market to decide.

How does it work?#

At a high level, God DAO consists of its protocol managed treasury, protocol owned liquidity, bond mechanism (minting), and high staking rewards that are designed to control supply expansion. Bonding in the "Bond" page generates profit for the protocol, and the treasury uses the profit to mint $God and distribute them to stakers. With LP bond, the protocol is able to accumulate liquidity to ensure the system stability.

What is the deal with (⚑, ⚑) and (πŸ‘‘, πŸ‘‘)?#

(⚑, ⚑) is the idea that, if everyone cooperated in God DAO, it would generate the greatest gain for everyone (from a game theory standpoint). Currently, there are three actions a user can take:

  • Staking
  • Bonding
  • Selling

Staking and bonding(minting) are considered beneficiary to the protocol, while selling is considered detrimental. Staking and selling will also cause a price move, while bonding (minting) does not (we consider buying $God from the market as a prerequisite of staking, thus causing a price move). If both actions are beneficiary, the actor who moves price also gets half of the benefit (+πŸ‘‘). If both actions are contradictory, the bad actor who moves price gets half of the benefit (+πŸ‘‘), while the good actor who moves price gets half of the downside (β…©). If both actions are detrimental, which implies both actors are selling, they both get the worst possible outcome (❌)!

Thus, given two actors, all scenarios of what they could do and the effect on the protocol are shown here:

Stake⚑, βš‘πŸ‘‘, ⚑X, πŸ‘‘
Bond⚑ ,πŸ‘‘,πŸ‘‘, πŸ‘‘X, πŸ‘‘
  • If we both stake (⚑, ⚑), it is the best thing for both of us and the protocol (both users gets the The Mad Hatter's hat).
  • If one of us stakes and the other one bonds, it is also great because staking takes $God off the market and put it into the protocol, while bonding provides liquidity and MIX for the treasury!
  • When one of us sells, it diminishes effort of the other one who stakes or bonds.
  • When we both sell, it creates the worst outcome for both of us and the protocol (❌, ❌)

Why is PCV important?#

As the protocol controls the funds in its treasury, $God can only be minted or burned by the protocol. This also guarantees that the protocol can always back 1 $God with 1 MIX. You can easily define the risk of your investment because you can be confident that the protocol will indefinitely buy $God below 1 MIX with the treasury assets until no one is left to sell. You can't trust the FED but you can trust the code.

As the protocol accumulates more PCV, more runway is guaranteed for the stakers. This means the stakers can be confident that the current staking APY can be sustained for a longer term because more funds are available in the treasury.

Why is the market price of $God so volatile?#

It is extremely important to understand how early in development the God DAO protocol is. A large amount of discussion has centered around the current price and expected a stable value moving forward. The reality is that these characteristics are not yet determined. The network is currently tuned for expansion of $God supply, which when paired with the staking, minting, and yield mechanics of God DAO, result in a fair amount of volatility. $God could trade at a very high price because the market is ready to pay a hefty premium to capture a percentage of the current market capitalization. However, the price of $God could also drop to a large degree if the market sentiment turns bearish. We would expect significant price volatility during our growth phase so please do your own research whether this project suits your goals.

What is the point of buying it now when $God trades at a very high premium?#

When you buy and stake $God, you capture a percentage of the supply (market cap) which will remain close to a constant. This is because your staked $God balance also increases along with the circulating supply. The implication is that if you buy $God when the market cap is low, you would be capturing a larger percentage of the market cap.

What is a rebase?#

Rebase is a mechanism by which your staked $God balance increases automatically. When new $God are minted by the protocol, a large portion of it goes to the stakers. Because stakers only see staked $God balance instead of $God the protocol utilizes the rebase mechanism to increase the staked $God balance so that 1 staked $God is always redeemable for 1 $God.

What is reward yield?#

Reward yield is the percentage by which your staked $God balance increases on the next epoch. It is also known as rebase rate. You can find this number on the God DAO staking page.

What is APY?#

APY stands for annual percentage yield. It measures the real rate of return on your principal by taking into account the effect of compounding interest. In the case of God DAO, your staked $God represents your principal, and the compound interest is added periodically on every epoch (8 hours) thanks to the rebase mechanism.

One interesting fact about APY is that your balance will grow not linearly but exponentially over $God! Assuming a daily compound interest of 2%, if you start with a balance of 1 $God on day 1, after a year, your balance will grow to about 1377.

How is the APY calculated?#

The APY is calculated from the reward yield (a.k.a rebase rate) using the following equation:


It raises to the power of 1095 because a rebase happens 3 $Gods daily. Consider there are 365 days in a year, this would give a rebase frequency of 365 * 3 = 1095. Reward yield is determined by the following equation:


The number of $God distributed to the staking contract is calculated from $God total supply using the following equation:


Note that the reward rate is subject to change by the protocol.

Why does the price of $God become irrelevant in long term?#

As illustrated above, your $God balance will grow exponentially over $God thanks to the power of compounding. Let's say you buy a $God for $400 now and the market decides that in 1 year $God, the intrinsic value of $God will be $2. Assuming a daily compound interest rate of 2%, your balance would grow to about 1377 $God by the end of the year, which is worth around $2754. That is a cool $2354 profit! By now, you should understand that you are paying a premium for $God now in exchange for a long-term benefit. Thus, you should have a long $God horizon to allow your $God balance to grow exponentially and make this a worthwhile investment.

What will be $God intrinsic value in the future?#

There is no clear answer for this, but the intrinsic value can be determined by the treasury performance. For example, if the treasury could guarantee to back every $God with 100 MIX, the intrinsic value will be 100 MIX. It can also be decided by the future DAO. For example, if the DAO decides to raise the price floor of $God, its intrinsic value will rise accordingly.

How does the protocol manage to maintain the high staking APY?#

Let’s say the protocol targets an APY of 100,000%. This would translate to a rebase rate of about 0.6328%, or a daily growth of about 2%. Please refer to the equation above to learn how APY is calculated from the rebase rate. If there are 100,000 $God tokens staked right now, the protocol would need to mint an additional 2000 $God to achieve this daily growth. This is achievable if the protocol can bring in at least 2000 MIX daily from bond sales. If the protocol fails to achieve this, the APY of 100,000% cannot be guaranteed.

Do I have to unstake and stake $God on every epoch to get my rebase rewards?#

No. Once you have staked $God with God DAO, your staked $God balance will auto-compound on every epoch. That increase in balance represents your rebase rewards.