Agilely Dynamic Interest

The Agilely Dynamic Interest (ADI) is an innovative system designed to stabilize the price of USDA.
  • In situations where there is an oversupply of USDA and its price falls below the desired level, borrowers will be subject to higher interest rates, and users will be encouraged to deposit USDA in the safety vault to earn attractive interest rewards. This incentivizes users to acquire USDA from the market, which raises its price.
  • Conversely, when there is a high demand for USDA and its price exceeds the desired level, borrowers will be charged lower interest rates, and users will be prompted to deposit fewer USDA in the safety vault. This motivates users to sell USDA in the market, which lowers its price.
In essence, the Agilely Dynamic Interest (ADI) mechanism dynamically adjusts interest rates to stimulate actions that align the price of USDA with the desired level, either by increasing or decreasing its supply in the market.
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