Token Stream
Morpheus' revenue comes from 3 streams: Morpheus’ NFT and item sales, users’ NFT sales, and transaction fees.

Morpheus’ NFT and Item Sale

Items and NFTs are created by the Morpheus company and sold directly to users. The revenue from this sale is allocated as follows.
  • 50% will be transferred to the Morpheus’ treasury pool with a lockup period of 6 months, which will be sold back to the market to use as the company overhead.
  • 50% will be transferred to the economy development pool with a lockup period of 6 months, which then will be used for rewards and funds to drive the Metaverse's economy.

Users’ NFT Sales

Every NFT sale in the Morpheus Metaverse will be charged with fees (similar to any other NFT marketplace). The fees will then be allocated as follows.
  • 50% will be transferred to the Morpheus’ treasury pool with a lockup period of 6 months, which then will be sold back to the market to use as the company overhead.
  • 50% will be transferred to economy development pool with a lockup period of 6 months, which then will be used for rewards and funds to drive the Metaverse's economy.

Transaction Fee

All transactions in the Morpheus Metaverse will be charged a 3% fee, which is allocated as follows.
  • 33.33% will be transferred to the economy development pool with a lockup period of 6 months, which then will be used for rewards and funds to drive the Metaverse economy.
  • 33.33% will be transferred to the staking pool, from which stakers can earn rewards as DEN token holders.
  • 33.33% will be transferred to the burn pool, from which coins in this pool will be burned to control inflation and to maintain the token value.
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Morpheus’ NFT and Item Sale
Users’ NFT Sales
Transaction Fee