The primary business model behind Wisdomise is a hybrid Freemium model: select free features, together with premium features on a flat-fee subscription, and (later) an option to opt for profit-sharing instead of subscription for most of the features. Subscriptions and/or profit shares can be paid out in fiat, stables, and (soon) WSDM. As a multi-utility service token, WSDM turns Wisdomise into an evolving ecosystem (of partners) from its initial platform structure. Below table summarizes the key utilities of the WSDM token (and we keep listening to the voice of our community and adding to this list).

At the very heart of how we have designed WSDM tokenomics lies a virtuous cycle or self-reinforcing flywheel: the more and better features or use-cases Wisdomise or its ecosystem partners add to the platform, the more value it can potentially generate for the users, leading to more users joining the ecosystem. The more users joining the ecosystem, the more it becomes attractive and value-generating for new users to join (i.e. network effects due to the open, multi-sided platform structure of Wisdomise).


Staking Rewards

Instead of paying for Wisdomise’s subscriptions, token holders can opt to stake a minimum number of $WSDM tokens (depending on the subscription tier of interest) and enjoy free access for as long as they hold up their stake

Reduced Charges

Token holders benefit from reduced trading fees, API access fees, and other payable services (B2C and B2B) of the platform

Exclusive Access

With a minimum number of tokens, $WSDM holders enjoy early (and usually exclusive) access to new releases, advanced features, premium strategies, and specific components of the Wisdomise platform (and, potentially, its ecosystem partners)

Private Channels

With a minimum number of tokens, users and community members benefit from certain, privileged channels and events, such as private events, investment talks, pro newsletters including weekly market watch, and invite-only channels

Loss Protection

As an insurance mechanism, users can stake (and/or pay) a certain number of $WSDM tokens (in tiers) and enable some sort of (partial) loss recovery on their passive investments

Protocol Fees

When/if Wisdomise becomes an open protocol with third-party developers building (d)Apps on it, $WSDM will be used as the main (and potentially only) currency for the payment of the protocol fees

In return, the more users benefiting from the platform’s real-time value, the more they tend to buy and hold WSDM tokens not only to save on their immediate costs but also to participate in the future promises of the platform. The more users buy WSDM token either as an investment vehicle or service utility, the more valuable it becomes (due to its finite supply), making it even more attractive as an investment opportunity. The more platform features or ecosystem partners, the more interest to buy and hold WSDM tokens as well (and the other way round).

Last but not least, the more token holders, the higher the number of them trying out the Wisdomise platform and turning into active users over time. This is how the self-reinforcing flywheel kicks in: from active users (i.e. product adoption) to token holders (i.e. active wallets) and vice versa, from token holders to active users.

Tokenomics Chart

Below table explains the WSDM token distribution and vesting schedule.

*Includes all major marketing and community-building activities, but is not limited to engagement incentives, referral programs, affiliate programs, strategic airdrops, social engagements, and marketing campaigns.

**Includes allocation for the ecosystem partners and community- driven technical development, once the platform becomes an open protocol.

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