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Concentrator is an autocompounder that automatically harvests rewards from Convex vaults, swaps them into cvxCRV, and stakes those on Convex (auto-compounding). Since compounding cvxCRV on Convex currently returns around 50% APY, the overall result is base Convex yields increase by that much, and they do so by holding the cvxCRV token and retaining price exposure to the Convex and Curve ecosystem.

Concentrator’s token (CTR) is designed for cash flow power. 50% of all platform revenue (denominated in auto-compounding aCRV) will be directed based on voting by locked CTR holders, while the rest will accrue to the treasury to cover costs and support long term growth. Locked CTR holders will decide how to divvy up the platform revenue, splitting high-value aCRV denominated revenues between themselves, public goods support, and potentially other options.

CTR tokenomics work the same way as Curve’s ve tokenomics. CTR holders will be able to lock their tokens for up to 4 years to get veCTR, and the ve power will be determined by the amount locked and the remaining lock time. veCTR bestows governance rights including the allocation of 50% of all Concentrator’s revenues, and depending on the outcome of the community vote, will likely earn most of that revenue. Concentrator’s revenue is denominated in aCRV, our auto-compounding cvxCRV token: representing real yield from fair fees paid by real users. After the IFO, Concentrator’s fee structure will be rebalanced to ensure that the protocol will sustain itself, that veCTR token allocations are attractive, and that users continue earning much more by using Concentrator