ndau’s unique and adaptive monetary policy includes price stability mechanisms that trigger during moments of negative market pressure. ndau is subject to Stabilization Incentive Burn (SIB), a dynamic fee that is activated whenever the market price is more than 5% below the most recent issued price, to dissuade further sell-off. If selling pressure escalates, the SIB becomes more costly.
If market price falls to a published floor price, the foundation is obligated to buy back and burn ndau from the open market using endowment funds to decrease supply, thus driving the floor price upwards, to stimulate demand and further stabilize ndau’s price.
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