2.2 How does sliding tax work?

The sliding tax model functions in the following manner:

Time tiers: 0 - 6.9 days - 50% tax 7 - 13.9 days - 40% tax 14 - 20.9 days - 30% tax 21 - 27.9 days - 20% tax

28+ days (after 28 days is where each node tier is exposed to a different tax rate): BUKE - 5% tax MONONOFU - 8% tax MUSHA- 10% tax

You can view individual tax rates on each of your nodes within the Samurai dApp. When you click on “CLAIM ALL”, the relevant tax rates are applied to each of the node, it is not averaged.

e.g. If you have 2 nodes: Node #1 with 50% tax rate and Node #2 with 20% tax rate, the protocol will not take an average of 35% tax, rather it will apply 50% tax on Node #1's accumulated rewards and 20% tax on Node #2's rewards.


The sliding tax mechanism is a deviation from the previous fixed claims tax mechanism that the protocol previously relied on. All taxes (cashout fees) collected by the protocol are a part of the core team's allocation (see section 1.3 and section 1.10 for additional details about the protocol's smart contract functionality, tokenomics and the core team allocations)

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