2.0 Allocation Model
SuperLauncher is an investment DAO that breaks boundaries for investors looking to seed projects across blockchains.

Summary of 2.0 Allocation Model

  1. 1.
    Hold svLAUNCH to get whitelisted for sale
  2. 2.
    Snapshot will be taken 48 hours before the sale
  3. 3.
    Subscription Period will last 20 hours
  4. 4.
    Sales Format: Guaranteed -> Lottery -> FCFS
  5. 5.
    Allocations for each sale are determined by spreading the raise amount across entire svLAUNCH holdings
  6. 6.
    Lower and Upper Limit is then determined (LL -> 40 svLAUNCH | UL -> 10,000 svLAUNCH) to establish minimum svLAUNCH required to participate and maximum allocation for the upper limit.
  7. 7.
    A minimum allocation is predetermined ($50)
  8. 8.
    Guaranteed Allocation for those allocated $50 or more
  9. 9.
    Lottery Allocation for those allocated less than $50
  10. 10.
    Both Guaranteed and Lottery participants can burn EGGs to earn higher allocations
  11. 11.
    Unused EGGs will be returned
  12. 12.
    FCFS for any leftover allocations.

Guaranteed Allocation Estimates

Based on current svLAUNCH holders: Metabase Private Sale - $100K Raise
10k svLAUNCH --> ~$290 Guaranteed, $1000 OverSubscribe 1700 svLAUNCH--> ~$50 Guaranteed, $1000 OverSubscribe
Note: The minimum svLAUNCH required for Guaranteed Allocations may be higher or lower. This is just a guide for the Metabase Private Sale based on current staking numbers
Disclaimer: These numbers will vary based on number of stakers
  • Increase allocations by burning Super Eggs.
  • The more EGGs you burn, the higher your allocation and chances of fill
  • Depending on the raise, one could get up to 100% extra allocation
Lottery Round
  • Lottery is imposed if the allocation assigned to you is less than the min. amount of $50
Any allocation still not filled in these rounds would then flow over to FCFS, where either whitelisted, or non-whitelisted addresses can participate with a minimum allocation of $25 up to a maximum allocation of $50.
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