Revenue flows to each Virtual

The distribution of revenue among different VIRTUALs is directly proportional to the amount of $VIRTUAL staked in each VIRTUAL. To illustrate this, let's consider a scenario with two VIRTUALs, VIRTUAL A and VIRTUAL B, and a total distributable revenue of 90 $VIRTUAL.

  • Staking in VIRTUAL A: VIRTUAL A has 90,000 $VIRTUAL staked.

  • Staking in VIRTUAL B: VIRTUAL B has 10,000 $VIRTUAL staked.

Given these staking amounts, the 90 $VIRTUAL revenue is distributed in the same ratio as the staking:

  1. Revenue for VIRTUAL A: As VIRTUAL A holds 90% of the total stake (90,000 out of 100,000 $VIRTUAL), it receives 90% of the 100 $VIRTUAL revenue. This equates to 81 $VIRTUAL.

  2. Revenue for VIRTUAL B: Conversely, with 10% of the total stake (10,000 out of 100,000 $VIRTUAL), VIRTUAL B receives 10% of the 100 $VIRTUAL revenue, amounting to 9 $VIRTUAL.

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