Tokenomics & Governance

What is $SEN?

$SEN, otherwise known as SEN, is the native governance token of our project. By holding this token and staking as part of our governance mechanisms, users can directly take part in the decision-making process. To get your hands on the token, head to one of the many liquidity pools or exchanges on the KAIDEX .

Inbuilt within the tokenomics of the platform are mechanisms to bring its deflationary nature. This rewards early supporters and has the aim of creating highly incentivized token holders to contribute to the project. After an initial distribution period of around two months, 900,000 tokens were supplied to the community with 100,000 locked for the founding team.

Token holders of $SEN have a right to create and vote on proposals to the platform as part of its governance system. Tokens can be staked in the governance pool to gain rewards also in wKAI. A portion of the fees paid by our yield farming vault users is then distributed to holders of the $SEN token staked in the pool.

Users do not need to un-stake their tokens to participate in the voting process. This incentivizes much more voter participation as it means users don’t need to default their rewards to vote.

SEN can also be staked in the SEN max vault, which pays out rewards in $SEN. wKAI from vault fees are used to purchase $SEN from the open market as the token is non-inflationary and will no longer mint any more tokens. These purchased tokens are then distributed to anyone who has staked in the SEN max vault.

How is the protocol revenue distributed?

All revenue generated on the platform from vault fees is sent to and handled by the RewardPool smart contract in form of wKAI. Anyone who stakes their $SEN in either the RewardPool or SEN Maxi vault receives their proportionate share.

What’s the SEN Maxi vault?

The SEN Maxi vault allows users to stake their $SEN much like in the RewardPool, but receive instead their rewards in $SEN. By staking their $SEN, each participant converts and compounds their share of the protocol’s revenue into more SEN tokens. As no more SEN tokens are to be minted, these are provided to stakers by buying SEN from the open market with wKAI.

This Vault is for users that want to convert and compound their share of the protocol's revenue in more SEN tokens. As SEN has no inflation, the strategy market buys SEN with wKAI rewards.

Where can I buy $SEN?

$SEN can currently be found in several decentralized exchanges including Kaidex. Buying $SEN usually involves exchanging it for another crypto-coin or token through a liquidity pool.

How do I take part in governance?

By simply holding $SEN, even if staked in the governance pool or SEN Maxi vault, a user earns the right to create proposals and vote in them. Voting sway and power are derived from the $SEN holdings of the participant. The reasoning behind this follows that those holding more $SEN are more invested in the project, and therefore have a larger incentive for the platform itself to succeed and prosper. You can see proposals and vote on them yourself by heading to

How do I vote?

Voting requires you to hold $SEN, which can either simply be held in your wallet or staked in the governance pool or SEN Maxi vault. You do not need to remove your stake either to vote. Voting power is based directly on the amount of $SEN each voter holds.

How do I create a proposal?

Proposals can be created by anyone, regardless of if they are a $SEN holder or not. Simply visit and click New Proposal.

Each proposal is made up of a question to pose to the community, along with the option of choices that others can vote on in response to your question. Simply set a start and end date for your proposal and publish it.

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