The Adirize protocol has created a reserve cryptocurrency called ADI. However, ADI should not be confused with Tether or USDC, which are both stablecoins. Consider the Adiri system to be analogous to the gold standard in that it issues and backs ADI tokens with a reserve of precious assets.
Users who purchase $ADI have three options:
When compared to holding any other token, users who simply hold it will see no benefits. Users who stake ADI will receive sADI in exchange, which is always 1:1. The protocol distributes 90% of ADI to stakers and 10% to the DAO when it mints it.
Adirize is DAO-governed. All decisions are formed by community members on the forum and made by token holders through voting. $ADI token is utilized to control the decentralized Adiri protocol in addition to being a treasury-backed reserve currency.
The governance token in ADIRIZE DAO is ADI. Only ADI on the Ethereum chain can be used to vote at this moment
ADI isn't a semi-centralized stablecoin like USDT or USDC. Instead, ADI intends to be a decentralized algorithmic reserve currency. Like the gold standard, ADI gives free-floating value to its users that they can always rely on, thanks to the fractional reserves from which it derives its inherent value.
ADI’s protocol-managed treasury, protocol-owned liquidity (POL), bond mechanism, and staking rewards are all geared to regulate supply expansion to a high degree. The protocol makes money from bond sales, and the treasury uses the print to mint ADI and distributes them to stakers. The protocol can accumulate its liquidity by using liquidity bonds.