# Probability of Allocation

Whenever DEGO initiates a launchpad, there is a specific purchase quota. Simultaneously, the corresponding level varies due to the different amounts of DEGO staked.

The correlation between the amount of DEGO staked and the allocation ratio is as follows:

Level | DEGO Stake Amount | Allocation Ratio |
---|---|---|

V1 | 200 â¤ V1 < 500 | 5% |

V2 | 500 â¤ V2 < 1000 | 10% |

V3 | 1000 â¤ V3 < 2000 | 15% |

V4 | 2000 â¤ V4 < 5000 | 20% |

V5 | âĨ 5000 | 50% |

Launchpad Staking Requirement: Minimum 200 $DEGO tokens.

### Example

Assume the DEGO Launchpad has 100 shares available, with the V5 level receiving 50 shares, V4 getting 20 shares, V3 allocated 15 shares, V2 receiving 10 shares, and V1 getting 5 shares.

If there are 60 participants at the V5 level (exceeding 50 participants), then the odds of allotment for V5 level participants is 50/60 â 83%. (This does not encroach on the V4 level's allocation.)

If the number of participants at the V5 level is 40 (less than 50 participants), then the odds of allotment for V5 level participants is 50/40 = 100% (guaranteed allocation). The surplus 10 shares will be transferred to the V4 level.

## Notes

It's typically done on a per-EVM address basis when calculating on-chain statistics. For example, if person A has placed 500 DEGO on Ethereum and 700 DEGO on the Binance Smart Chain, the total count within the scope of V3 would be 1200 DEGO.

Last updated