# Revenue Sharing Matrix

#### Example Distribution of Holders:

To distribute $20,000 in advertising revenue where Gravitron Network retains 20% and the rest is redistributed among 1000 staked holders across various tiers, we will follow these steps:

Let's assume a hypothetical distribution of 1000 holders across the tiers, with more holders in the lower tiers and fewer in the higher tiers.

Tier 1: 300 holders

Tier 2: 200 holders

Tier 3: 150 holders

Tier 4: 100 holders

Tier 5: 80 holders

Tier 6: 70 holders

Tier 7: 50 holders

Tier 8: 30 holders

Tier 9: 15 holders

Tier 10: 5 holders

We'll calculate the payouts for each tier, assuming a random distribution of staking terms among holders in each tier. For simplicity, we'll use the average of the revenue shares across all terms for each tier.

Let's proceed with these calculations.

Here is the breakdown of the payouts to each tier based on the advertising revenue of $20,000, with Gravitron Network retaining 20%, and the remaining 80% redistributed among 1000 staked holders across various tiers:

**Explanation:**

**Total Payout:**This column shows the total amount paid out to each tier, based on the number of holders in that tier.**Average Payout Per Holder:**Represents the average amount each holder in a particular tier receives.**Holders:**The number of holders in each tier, with more holders in the lower tiers (Tier 1) and fewer in the higher tiers (Tier 10).

#### Gravitron Network's Earnings:

**Total Revenue:**$20,000**Gravitron Network's Share (20%):**$4,000**Community Pool (80%):**$16,000 (distributed among holders)

The distribution model ensures that higher tiers receive proportionately more revenue per holder due to the quadratic distribution of shares, incentivizing larger and longer-term stakes. Lower tiers, while having more holders, receive smaller individual payouts.

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