Hello guys, RFnoob here ,
In the last few days a whale has been selling a good amount of DXD: Address 0x3d96a409b46d945d2802330b968b1de917ce597f | Etherscan
This is good in some ways (more DXD in the hands of more people, likely better decentralisation), but it also bad in a way.
- The whale is currently selling DXD at around 1DXD = 0.12 ETH.
Now, considering that there are ~49k DXD in circulation and 17,886 ETH in the treasury (i.e., about 0.36 ETH for each DXD) means that the whale is selling at -66% on the price of the ETH treasury alone (let alone other assets in the treasury)
- This of course causes a drop in the value of DXD, to the point that (e.g., this was mentioned during last call), we start to feel uncomfortable paying vested DXD to future workers because we consider DXD to be undervalued.
My personal interpretation for (1) is that the whale feels like it doesn’t really own his share of the treasury, and it’s better to exit till there is time. This does not deliver a good marketing message. And it is also kind of unfair (imho) to the whale who likely did put more money in the table (in ETH) that what they are getting out.
So below is a sketch of a proposal, basically to implement a semi-permanent buyback mechanism.
PROPOSAL: Fix a discount number
P (e.g. 0.85 or 85%). Let
Fair_price = ETH_in_Treasury / Circulating_Supply.
Allow, at any point anybody to sell their DXD back to DxDAO at the fixed price of
1 DXD = P * Fair_Price
What this proposal achieves?
- It establishes a very transparent and ‘algorithmic’ price bottom expressed in ETH.
- It provides DxDAO a very convenient (better than they buyback mechanism, since the discount factor P<1) way to do buy-backs.
- It allows DXD holders to sell at a decent (still very very undervalued! but still…) price in case of quick need.
All in all I think such mechanism would communicate to DXD holders:
You own a piece of DXdao, and therefore also of the treasury! If you are in a hurry to cash out, you can, but at a discounted (by the
What do you think?