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Read about the mechanics of Stronghands 3D, and how it works.
For ease of understanding, the following refers to PLS and PLS3D (the Pulsechain deployment of Stronghands 3D) - generally, the same theory applies across all the chains supported by the protocol.
Every deposit and withdrawal incurs a 10% fee, which is distributed between all 3D holders, proportionate to the percentage of 3D supply held. For example, if a user holds 10% of the supply, they can expect 10% of the fees generated from deposits.
Depositing to and withdrawing from a 3D contract uses a 'bonding curve algorithm', which means supply of 3D is increased on deposits, and reduced on withdrawals. The result is an elastic-supply contract which responds directly to demand. As more deposits occur, the price of the next 3D unit increases, and inversely so, every withdrawal reduces the price / fetched value of the next unit.
Whenever fees are distributed, 3D holders will see their earnings build up in the top-middle section of the page. Users can 'compound' (roll) their earnings into more 3D - this is in its simplest essence, a single transaction carrying out a 'Claim earnings and buy more 3D', as opposed to a user performing two transactions to achieve the same result. Compounds also incur a 10% fee (already calculated in the UI), as both Deposits and Compounds call the internal 'purchaseTokens' method of the 3D contract.
Whenever earnings are accrued from holding 3D, users also have the option to claim their earnings to their wallet. Harvests do not incur any additional fees.