Jupiter Removes 90 Million JUP and 10 Million USDC Liquidity from Issuance Pool
DeFi platform Jupiter withdrew 90 million JUP tokens from initial circulation pool and plans to gradually remove USDC liquidity.
The decentralized finance (DeFi) platform Jupiter unveiled a series of community-driven initiatives and the establishment of a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO).
Regarding the launch pool updates, Jupiter has withdrawn 90 million JUP tokens from circulation, to ensure a stable and sustainable environment for participants. Additionally, plans are in place to withdraw USDC in $10 million batches, with the first batch already completed. This gradual withdrawal of USDC liquidity is expected to facilitate price discovery while reaffirming the team’s dedication to long-term liquidity management.
Under the banner of “J.U.P.: Jupiter United Planet,” the platform is gearing up to embark on a journey to Jupiter, metaphorically speaking, by introducing key initiatives and updates throughout February. These initiatives include the launch of the J.U.P. initiative, product updates, and the introduction of potential projects to the community.
According to company announcement on platform X, one of the aspects of this development is the establishment of the Jupiter DAO. To enhance the growth of Jupiter, Solana and the broader ecosystem, the DAO will be fueled by capital generated from various sources.
To incentivize participation in the DAO, Jupiter plans to allocate governance incentives from launchpad fees, while operational needs will be covered by fees generated from the Decentralized Liquidity Mining Mechanism (DLMM). This allocation of resources is aimed at community engagement and decentralization.
Jupiter Introduces LFG Initiative, Prioritizing Community in Next Phase
As per Jupiter, 75% of future launchpad fees from the Let’s Find Growth (LFG) initiative and DLMM launchpool fees will be allocated to the DAO, ensuring ample resources for pursuing essential initiatives.
As part of the community-driven ethos, Jupiter is actively engaging its community in the decision-making process for potential LFG launches. Three projects – Sanctum, Debridge, and SharkyFi – have been identified as potential candidates for the LFG initiative. The community will have the opportunity to evaluate these projects and collectively decide on the first LFG launch.
Moreover, Jupiter emphasizes inclusivity, welcoming other projects to apply for involvement in the LFG initiative.
As Jupiter prepares for the next phase of its journey, the platform emphasizes inclusivity and community participation. Channels for project applications and community involvement have been established, reflecting Jupiter’s commitment to fostering an open and collaborative ecosystem.
Jupiter’s announcement signals a step forward in its evolution, marked by community-driven initiatives and the establishment of a robust governance framework. With the stage set for further growth and development, Jupiter is poised to make a lasting impact within the crypto community and beyond.
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