I would like to give you a calculation for the AGS and BTS.See below quote to get the background
Do AGS 1:1 map to BTS? For example, if one investor has 100 AGS, can he claim 100 BTS by 100 AGS? Or only 10%=10BTS? If only 10%, I do not think this is a good idea. Please clarify.
If Investor has X AGS out of T total AGS issued then they get X/T * 2000000 BTC out of a total of 4M BTC.
The T should equal to 200M from the beginning of this thread, or still changing?
T = 20,000 today, grows by 10,000 per day.
If one investor has X AGS, how many BTS will he claim in the futhure?Assumption:
The total AGS issued is T.Solution:
Let say the investor will get Y BTS eventually. Y=X/T*2000000 BTS
Take Jan 1st, 2014 for example, the investor who donate 500 PTS for AGS, then how many BTS will he get finally?Solution
As bytemaster mentioned, T=20000 on Jan 1st, 2014. And the total PTS received in foundation PTS address are approximately 2270 PTS on Jan 1st, 2014. So the answer is simple:X=500/2270*5000 AGS=1101.32 AGS
Then,Y=X/T*2000000 BTS=1101.32/20000*2000000 BTS=110132 BTSWhat amazing calculation! But is it true???a) If III company only issue 20000 AGS, above calculation is correct and fantastic.
b) If III company issue 2000000 AGS eventually, then Y=1101.32 BTS.
c) If III company issue AGS more than 20000 and less than 2000000 eventually, what do you think? Let say issue 1000000 AGS finally, then Y=1101.32/1000000*2000000 BTS=2202.64 BTS.So the investor throw 500 PTS and get 1101.32 BTS even far more than 1101.32 BTS paid back, what do you think?
In a word, the first day is a big deal for investors whatever how many AGS will issue finally.How many AGS did you get on first day?Wish BTS a great success in 2014!!!