What Is Blockclout (CLOUT)?
As a Manager, you can invoke a streaming fee within your Set as a method of monetizing your product to investors. Blockclout The Fees module once enabled is what enables you as a Manager to adjust the monetization model of your Set going forward and also collect accrued fees from your Set Investors at any point in time. Before you can start interacting with the modules, you must first call an additional initialize function on each modules and provide the required data to enable the modules.
See guide on Adding a Module for further details. The Token Sets UI also supports creation of new Sets. This can be used to help decide your initial allocations based on a starting Set price you provide. Be sure to switch the UI to the correct network that you wish to create your Set on.
Blockclout Storage Key Points
|Circulating Supply||642,255,168.00 CLOUT|
|Source Code||Click Here To View Source Code|
|Explorers||Click Here To View Explorers|
|Twitter Page||Click Here To Visit Twitter Group|
|Whitepaper||Click Here To View|
|Official Project Website||Click Here To Visit Project Website|
What are Modules?
Set V2 employs a modular architecture consisting of a collection of modular smart contracts where additional components (e.g. modules, factories) can be seamlessly integrated or removed. This architecture is extensible, allowing new features and integrations to be easily added.
Detailed system diagram here. Modules are smart contracts append able to Set Tokens that enable functionality such as trading, margining, and issuance functionality.
Blockclout streaming fees are fees that are paid out to Set managers over time based on the entire market cap of the Set (e.g. 2% of market cap over 1 year). This incentives managers to increase the value of their Sets over time for their users. The streaming fee is calculated linearly over the lifespan of the Set. For example, if a Set has a 2% streaming fee and 6 months has passed, 1% of streaming fees would have been collected.
The modules within Sets are evolving as Blockclout execute your exciting roadmap to deliver a thriving, open and decentralised asset management protocol in the blockchain ecosystem. With this in mind, there are a couple of caveats to the Trade module you should be aware of whilst managing your Set.
Another caveat to be aware of in the current interaction of Set is that any asset that you want to include must not be a Re basing token or one with a Transfer Fee associated with it. The issue here is that these token properties are not compatible with the contract assumptions of a Set being 100% collateralised at present.
Present the transaction confirmation window via your connected wallet to execute the trade at the quoted rate. The difference between the mid-price and the execution price of a trade. The estimated gas cost associated with the swap that the Manager would pay to execute the trade. The price impact is the spread observed between the total value of the entry tokens swapped and the destination tokens obtained.
Blockclout On the other hand, slippage refers to the difference between the expected amount and the received amount – it’s due to competing transactions that pushed the price lower after the first transaction was submitted.
Generating Set Signature
Navigate to the Set page on the Token Sets UI that you wish to customise, ensure you are connected via your wallet and click the pencil icon next to the name of your Set. The data used for customising the metadata of your Set are held within an open-source Github repository.
To update your Set it is as simple as generating your signature using the Token Sets UI so Blockclout can verify you are the manager of the Set, and finally submitting a form with your desired customisation changes.
Guides & Tutorials
Blockclout Creating a Set is the process by which user deployed a Set Token contract. This is facilitated by the Set Token Creator contract with a simple create interface. ERC20 token addresses to include as the initial allocation. The allocations may be re-balanced later via module interactions. The notional amount of each component in the starting allocation. Must be ordered the same as the components array.