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Bruce wrote: Personally Paddy, I think we should look at a yield better than the banks give. If we went for 6%, making the value of the crypto 2GBP, would that increase the funding through the sale of those 5 million? That value would bring in 10 million GBP to us
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Paddy Delaney wrote: Per our model, 20% of all Ledger fees (as and when receipted) is shared with all FregaCrypto units ... we know that the number of FregaCrypto units are fixed at 10 million we know that 20% of the Frega Ledger fees is the money shared every day with FregCrypto units ...it is therefore easy to track the weighted daily average of Ledger fees x 20% = Y amount and then x this by 365 to get a feel what the total will be in the next 12 months then divide this by 10 000 000 FregsCrypto units to get an projected annual distribution per FregaCrypto unit.
Armed with this annual projected return if it comes out to be a projected return of say 12 pennies and we know that the current cost of a FregaCrypto unit is £1-00 this means the yield (return) is 12% on the purchase price of £1-00. This is very good and far better than anything that can be earned if £1-00 was deposited in a savings account.
Knowing that the weighted daily average on Ledger fees is increasing (daily when we have an increasing number of transactions) we have to say that the right projected yield should say 3%, in which case divide the 12 pennies / 3% = £4-00 becomes the new value of the FregaCrypto unit as anyone buying this unit from you new can expect a return of 3% (minimum) in the next 12 months....
So the question is what yield (%) should we use to have the indicated value...
Naturally, as we have more metrics and the trend points to an increasing rate of increase in the number of transactions (which will be the case) we will need to adjust the yield down (increasing the value of the FregaCrypto unit).
It is possible (over time) to refine the 'yield' we use to establish an indicative value to accommodate the rate of increase in the pool of money being shared.
This indicative FregaCrypto value ...as it increases ...will have the impact of accelerating the rate at which Pledgees sign up for the plan, the rate at which donated items are made and accepted and rate at which Number positions are changed in the Plan... as every FregCrypto unit will be substantially more than the £25-00/donation and £5-00 paid ....
It is important that we get these tables and numbers working as quickly as possible as the placement of the £5m in FregaCrypto units in the crowdfunding campaign then becomes a 'must have' and having now secured £5m capital (with no dilution of Frega shares and no dilution of RS shares in Frega) we will see 20 teams working on different projects/ applications/upgrades at the same time. This will see one new Application released every 24 hours along with substantial enhancements and when Appfest takes over we will see thousands of Third Party Developers releasing their Applications and bringing their subscribers into the fold ...
This also inceases the number of Frega Accounts, the number of transactions and the value of the distributed pool of money shared with 10 000 000 FregaCrypto units ...again reducing the projected yield % and increasing the indicative value of FregaCrypto units ....
Welcome to the flywheel...
So back to the question ...what yield should we use at the start to determine the indicative value
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Angela wrote: Thank you Paddy, I am not a frigures person so you lost me at "y" but the bottom line I understood is that we will all be better off subscribing to our own apps and Fregacrypto than trying to salt away money in our banks hoping for a small return at the end of the year.
If we adjust our thinking for a while and think of buying crypto or into any of the syndicated apps as a deposit in a savings bank, to be left there for 12 months, then with that attitude, we will happily await for our annual return on our money, which of course will be monumental compared with the Bank's 3 or at most 5% return. How can we go wrong with that?
If anyone is nervous try putting SOME of your eggs into the Frega basket and spreading your risk. Every transaction will help show any investors looking in that we mean business and are actually using Frega and wanting it.
Angela - when you do some basic sums it is even better then that. Consider this Buy 1000 Frega now and get 1000 FregaCrypto @1BPD so you have now potentially the return on FregaCrypto of say 50p (500 BPD 1st year) and the return on Frega shares. The value of Frega shares will be up and the Fregacrypto should be more than 16 BPD based on the 50p return. So you are so right - this is an opportunity of a lifetime especially compared with the interest returns from banks.
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Angela wrote: Thank you Paddy, I am not a frigures person so you lost me at "y" but the bottom line I understood is that we will all be better off subscribing to our own apps and Fregacrypto than trying to salt away money in our banks hoping for a small return at the end of the year.
If we adjust our thinking for a while and think of buying crypto or into any of the syndicated apps as a deposit in a savings bank, to be left there for 12 months, then with that attitude, we will happily await for our annual return on our money, which of course will be monumental compared with the Bank's 3 or at most 5% return. How can we go wrong with that?
If anyone is nervous try putting SOME of your eggs into the Frega basket and spreading your risk. Every transaction will help show any investors looking in that we mean business and are actually using Frega and wanting it.
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