To understand the staking pools, it will be easiest to use an example:
Assume the launchpad project ACME wants to collect 100 000 USDC.
We could provide 3 different staking pools which are getting 33,300 USDC worth of $ACME tokens allocated per pool.
Neither pool has a limit for the number of users allowed to stake or a total limit on $LTX being staked in the pool.
There will only be a $LTX limit per user depending on the respective staking pool.
Staking pools may look like this:
Pool A: Max staking amount per user = 2500 LTX
Pool B: Max staking amount per user = 10000 LTX
Pool C: Max staking amount per user = No Limit
The allocation would then be proportional to your percentage ownership of the staking pool.
Let’s say you stake only into Pool A and own 10% of it. This would mean you can fund the project with 3,300 USDC.
You could also stake in multiple pools:
Let’s say you stake in Pool A and own 10% of it, then you stake in Pool B and also own 10% of it. This would mean you can fund the project with 6,600 USDC.
Allocation will be weighted for the LTX amount being staked plus a time bonus which is decided by the Launchpad project.