Bot investment opportunity up to 10k Mana total!! Resolves to the percentage of profit made + 50.
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5k Mana remaining!!

Send me Mana, based on the profits made over the period until end of April, I will return your Mana +/- profits.

To be exact, for every Mana I make, if your initial investment was 'y' Mana, and my current net worth during the profit is 'x' Mana, you are entitled to (y/x)/2 of it. So suppose you invested 1 Mana and I have 50 Mana net worth when I make 'z' profit, then you are entitled to '(1/50)/2 * z' profit. This applies for any loss as well.

The amount that will be returned then will be your initial investment +/- the profit/loss made.

Profit isn't guaranteed, nor return of any Mana. This is solely based on trust which I can break (I won't tho).

This question resolves to 50 % + percentage of profit made on average.

The question resolution and the return of investments will be at the end of April. And I will be accepting investments only on March.

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1000 Mana from @Joshua received. Stake at the time of investment: (1000/18126)/2 = ~3%.

4000 Mana from @SavioMak received. Stake at the time of investment: (4000/18246)/2 = ~11%.

@spacedroplet Oh you are counting it that way? Thats dumb. I would have dumped it in increments of 500 to maximize the percentage then.

@SavioMak The percentage is recomputed whenever net worth changes.

@SavioMak In other words for every Mana, made you get a portion of it based on the current net worth at the time. This is the most accurate way to give investors the stake they would earn if it was their bot divided by two so that I have profit also.

It is more accurate, but also not how I understood the text you wrote.

To be exact, for every Mana I make, if your investment at that time was 'y' Mana, and my current net worth is 'x' Mana, you are entitled to (y/x)/2 of it. So suppose you invested 1 Mana and I have 200 Mana net worth, then you get 1 % of the profits + Mana invested. This applies for any loss as well.

I understood current net worth as the net worth before I invested, and I thought this is an incentive for early investors. Your example is also wrong btw (regardless of either understanding).

In this case I would like to reduce my investment from 4000 to 2000.

@spacedroplet @patrik Can you just refund me 2000 and adjust the percentage?

@SavioMak Sure! Thanks for the feedback, I've corrected the mistake in the description. I'll try make the description more precise.

@spacedroplet (4000/14424)/2= ~13.9%

1000 Mana from @fwbt received. Stake at the time of investment: (1000/13000)/2 = ~4%.

1000 Mana from @Arky received. Stake at the time of investment: (1000/13000)/2 = ~4%.

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Good opportunity if you have Mana lying around!