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Poodle is the first Flare dog coin for FLR/SGB community, 50% of the total supply will be airdropped to the Flare/Songbird community. We had enough of "Wen Flare"? & wanted to make a fun memecoin to celebrate flare launch. Poodle Paper.

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POODLE COIN is made for the people.

Once again, it is memecoin "FOR THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE". 50% of the total supply will be airdropped to the Songbird/Flare Community. While waiting for the Flare, the Poodle contributors were tired of "Wen Flare" question & wanted to make a fun memecoin where everyone gets a fair chance.

We are aiming to celerate flare launch and bring liquidity to newly flare dexes.

The 50% Airdrop will be as follow:

-> 20% to Top SONGBIRD NFT Collections, including over 10+ NFT projects.

-> 15% to Songbird & Flare delegators.

-> 10% to all FLARE addresses.

-> 5% giveaways on our twitter.

*** Every transfer will burn 1% automatically. ***

Total Supply(100 Trillion) & Supply Distribution.

Total Supply & Distribution

Some of you may confuse the concept of deflation in traditional finance with the concept of deflation in cryptocurrency. While deflation is a negative term in traditional finance, it is a plus in cryptocurrency. Deflation is a term used in crypto finance to describe a drop in the value of an asset due to factors such as over-minting.

The market supply of a deflationary cryptocurrency reduces with time. This means that users or the project’s team will engage in activities that reduce the coin’s quantity on the blockchain. Burning tokens is a typical approach to attaining this goal.

It’s worth remembering that cryptocurrencies with a finite supply are by definition deflationary. They reach this status because the supply of the currency decreases as long as investors buy and retain it. Bitcoin, the king coin in the crypto market with the biggest dominance to date, is an amazing illustration.

Many crypto enthusiasts believe that deflationary tokens will outsmart DeFi. Some of us may remain cautious about this factor, despite DeFi’s ability to help construct web 3.0 in the future. However, the use of deflationary token mechanisms by projects like Ethereum begs the issue of why all the hoopla. Let’s have a look at how to answer that question first.

Burning mechanisms used by platforms include buyback and burn, and transaction burning. The buyback mechanism is self-explanatory since it entails the platform purchasing tokens from holders and storing them in an inaccessible address; a platform may utilize a portion of its revenues to carry out this transaction.

When it comes to transaction fees, a platform uses a smart contract that burns a portion of the fees automatically. The quantity of transactions on a platform strongly influences this mechanism; the more transactions, the more tokens the platform burns, and vice versa.

Deflationary Tokens: What They Are and How They Work

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Deflationary Tokens: What They Are and How They Work

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