Examples of proposals that a STRT holder vote could determine include:
  • New supported assets to be added to the protocol. The SolStreet protocol will launch with an initial core group of assets. This group will be selected based on liquidity, availability, and time in force. Future asset additions can be proposed and voted on by STRT token holders.
  • Voting on improvement proposals. The protocol’s future development will be driven by proposals voted on by the community.
  • Approving an operational budget.
  • Compensating protocol improvements. Compensating parties who have contributed meaningfully to the SolStreet protocol, even though it was not anticipated in the current roadmap, budget or governance approvals.
  • Voting to alter tokenomic parameterization, including but not limited to:
    • Voting on changes to the Performance Mining ranking algorithm.
    • Determining the protocol fee.
    • Determining allocations to new development efforts.
The right to vote is restricted solely to voting on features of SolStreet; it does not entitle STRT holders to vote on the operation and management of the Company, its affiliates, or their assets or the disposition of such assets to token holders, or select the board of directors of these entities, or determine the development direction of these entities, nor does STRT constitute any equity interest in “STRT staking” - the arrangement is not intended to be any form of joint venture or partnership.