Game Theory

Etherice gives its users unlimited creativity when it comes to buying and staking strategies.

Utilizing the daily auction system, users are able to see on a day by day basis whether this is the best day to enter or not. Our robust staking system then encourages our users to create multiple stakes of different time lengths to benefit from the platform.
Though there is no guaranteed winning strategy, through examining strategies that analysts have cultivated - we can determine some of the best options within that system.

Buying Strategies

The Day 1 Ape Strategy

Buying ETR tokens on Day 1 gives users the opportunity to stake immediately, enabling the fastest reception of ETH dividends. The ‘Ape Strategy’ involves buying as large of a share of ETR tokens as you can for the biggest immediate dividend payments, stake your tokens, then ‘forget’ until your staking period unlocks. This strategy has proved popular in similar past platforms.
The Day 1 ape also helps support the project, with more funds being allocated to buy backs & development.

The DCA Strategy

The more ETR you have staked, the greater share of ETH dividends you’ll receive.
As such - our auctions can be approached in a tactical manner.
Buying ETR tokens on busy auction days means that there are more buyers to divide the auctioned tokens between, inversely this means quieter auctions divide a greater share of ETR tokens between less buyers for a lower cost, allowing you to accumulate more ETR for less.
This is the equivalent to ‘buying the dip’ or ‘Dollar cost averaging’.
Since tokens are sold every day and dividend rewards are distributed over up-to 30 days, there is never a bad day to buy in terms of gaining more share rate. Utilizing dips will keep you competitive within the platform and keep you earning high % returns for months to come.

Staking Strategies

There is unlimited flexibility when it comes to staking, with the emphasis being on users choice, however there is one proven key strategy:

The Multiple Stake Route

Having multiple stakes of differing lengths is advisable. For example:
  • One long stake up to the cap of staking days (60 days) for profit taking.
  • One medium length stake for profit taking and DCA'ing dividends back into the auction.
  • One Short length stake for pure DCA'ing.
This strategy allows the user to remain competitive within the auction and share rate, whilst also having sizeable dividend paydays available via the medium and long stakes!