Vote for Your Preferred ViteX Economic Model
We are glad to notice that a lot of constructive feedbacks have been raised from our communities since we released the details of ViteX economic model on Mar. 26. Many suggestions focus on the transaction fee and concern this level of fee may discourage the most users from trading in ViteX.

Active feedbacks show that a growing number of people are participating in the constructions of VITE ecosystem and offering their expertise, which is exactly what we would like to see.

Therefore, we have some items revised, mostly regarding transaction fee, after widely consulting with communities and re-discussing. Here we bring this revised plan for voting. Vite Labs shall adjust the economic model according to the voting result.

1. Two Levels of Transaction Fee
Users who choose the higher fee level shall be eligible for VX mining. The received VX will eliminate the additional transaction cost and enable holders to enjoy future growth of ViteX.
Users who choose the lower fee level shall be exempted from VX mining but will be subject to similar or less transaction fee compared to most exchanges.
Switching between two levels is allowed at anytime.

2. VIP trader
In the meantime, users can also choose to stake a certain amount of VITE and lease the quotas acquired to ViteX for exchanging lower transaction fee.

Users will be entitled as ViteX VIP and enjoy an additional 0.1% deduction of transaction fee based on the two above levels. For example, from 0.5% to 0.4%, or from 0.25% to 0.15%.

Users can withdraw staked VITE at anytime after the staking period expires. In consequence, the VIP qualification will be cancelled immediately.


Make sure your voice heard!
So join and vote for your preferred economic model, in terms of transaction fee, ViteX VIP qualification and staking duration.
Levels of Transaction Fees
How many VITE do you suggest to stake for obtaining ViteX VIP qualification (additional 0.1% fee deduction)?
In terms of becoming ViteX VIP, how long do you recommend the staking duration should be?
Please vote and share. Effective voting period
Apr. 03 - Apr. 09
ViteX Brief Introduction:
What is ViteX?
ViteX is developed on the Vite public chain and features absolute decentralizations, higher security of digital assets and robust economic models for both sending/receiving transactions and confirming transactions.
Transaction Fees
See the above plans. Transaction fees will be denominated in “basic currencies,” such as VITE, ETH, BTC, and a stablecoin.
How to get VX?
You can get VX in three ways. The first way is to trade on ViteX (“Trading is Mining”); the second way is to stake VITE and help ViteX receive quota for its operations (“Staking is Mining”); the third way is listing trading pairs (“Listing is Mining”)



Trading is Mining: 60% of daily released VX will be distributed to traders according to the proportion of their transaction fee on ViteX (token issuers also take a share in this transaction fee pool, as explained below); Currently there will be four markets: BTC market, ETH market, VITE market, and a stablecoin market. Each market will equally share 15% of the daily distribution.

Staking is Mining: 30% of daily released VX will be distributed to users who participate in staking VITE for the benefit of ViteX. That is, to receive VX, these users must stake VITE and set ViteX’s smart contract address as the quota beneficiary. The VX distributed to each staker is in proportion to the amount staked.

Listing is Mining: A user (“token issuer”) that lists a new trading pair will receive VX. As mentioned earlier, the token issuer receives VX by participating in the same pool as traders, with his share calculated as if he executed a trade involving a transaction fee of 1,000 VITE. A listing fee is required for the DEX: For a token issued on Vite chain, the listing fee is 10,000 VITE. Otherwise, a cross-chain gateway will be involved in the listing, and a related fee may be added.
Updates
ViteX currently is under internal testing and its beta version will be released this month. Please stay tuned.
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