Funding parameters dictate how your project distributes funds. This section also dictates the behaviour of your project's funding cycle. A project's funding cycle determines how its time-locked rules operate. These details can be updated over time.
|Automate funding cycles|
Projects are expressed in terms of funding cycles.
When automated funding cycles are turned on, the project owner must choose a cycle duration. A shorter funding cycle provides more flexibility, but greater percieved risk. A longer funding cycle will do the opposite.
Automated funding cycles are particularly useful for projects with regular costs or payouts.
Payouts dictate how funds leave a treasury.
Funds not needed for a project's payouts are considered overflow. Community members can redeem their tokens for a portion of overflow funds, if enabled by the project owner. Overflow also serves as a project's runway. Projects using percentages payouts do not have any overflow.
Funding cycle information on juicebox.money
A project with ETH payout amounts on juicebox.money