Revenue Sharing πŸ’Έ

Node AI introduces a unique and equitable Revenue Sharing model, designed to distribute financial gains back to its community of users and contributors. This feature ensures that participants in the Node AI ecosystem are not just users, but also beneficiaries of the platform's success.

How It Works:

  1. Staking $GPU Tokens: To participate in the Revenue Sharing program, users must stake $GPU, the native token of Node AI. Staking involves locking up a certain amount of your tokens in the platform, demonstrating your commitment and support to the ecosystem.

  2. Revenue Generation: The Node AI platform generates revenue through various channels, including fees from renting AI nodes, charges for using on-demand GPU resources, and earnings from providing AI API endpoints to enterprises and developers.

  3. Distribution of Profits: A portion of the revenue generated by Node AI is set aside to be distributed among all participants in the Revenue Sharing program. The distribution is proportional to the amount of $GPU tokens each user has staked, ensuring a fair and equitable return for all.

Key Benefits:

  • Passive Income: By staking $GPU tokens, users can earn passive income, receiving a share of the profits generated by Node AI’s operations.

  • Community Empowerment: The Revenue Sharing model empowers the Node AI community, giving users a direct financial stake in the platform’s success.

  • Enhanced Security: Staking tokens for Revenue Sharing also contributes to the overall security and stability of the Node AI ecosystem, as it encourages users to maintain a long-term investment in the platform.

  • Transparency and Trust: The decentralized nature of Node AI ensures transparency in how revenues are generated and distributed, building trust within the community.

  • Incentivized Participation: The potential for earning through Revenue Sharing incentivizes more users to participate and contribute to the Node AI ecosystem, creating a positive feedback loop that benefits all.

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