When people pay a project, project tokens are minted. Token parameters dictate how those tokens work.
- Token balances are tracked in the Juicebox contracts by default. If desired, project owners can issue an ERC-20 on juicebox.money once their project is deployed. This ERC-20 can be claimed by community members.
- Project tokens are often used for voting in governance, gated access to a Discord server, an NFT mint, or something else.
- These rules can be updated over time.
|Initial mint rate|
The number of project tokens minted when 1 ETH is contributed.
Tokens are minted when people pay your project. Reserved tokens can be used to control where those tokens go.
The percentage your mint rate will decrease by every funding cycle. In other words: how much more expensive do project tokens become each funding cycle?
By default, tokens can be redeemed for a proportional amount of overflow.
The funds remaining in the treasury increase the proportional value of other tokens. The redemption rate mechanic rewards individuals who redeem their project tokens later rather than earlier.
A mint rate displayed on juicebox.money
Reserved tokens on juicebox.money
Token incentive information on juicebox.money