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Compensate token holders with rewards and dividends
The Rewards app is used to compensate token holders with dividends, which can either occur on a one-time or recurring basis.


The Overview tab is composed of two components: a set of metrics on all the rewards in your organization, and a table with more contextual information per reward. On the metrics, you can see the average claimed reward, as well as a monthly average and the annual total of how much rewards have been disbursed since the start of the year.
In the All Rewards table, you can see your rewards' description, type, frequency and total amount to be disbursed at the next payout date.

My Rewards

In the My Rewards tab are some metrics specific to rewards related to your address, as well as a table to keep track of the rewards that you can claim over time. In the metrics component, you can see if you have any unclaimed rewards, as well as how much funds you've obtained throughout the past year and all-time.
In the table, you can see a list of your rewards, including a description, the disbursement date, the reward status, and how much you're being rewarded.
To claim the reward or to view more information, you can click on the context menu on the right and select the action.

New Reward

To create a new reward, click on "New reward" in the top-right area, and in the panel, give your reward a description, specify the reference asset and define the type of reward you want to create. If your reference asset is a custom token, remember that it has to be an ERC-20 clonable token (MiniMe). For more information on each type of reward, click on the Help icon next to "Type".
Note: All reference dates must take place prior to the reference asset's creation date in order to be valid.

One-time dividend

If your dividend is a one-time dividend, you have to specify a total amount and a reference date. The reference date is the date where the reference asset must have been held by a token holder to be eligible for the reward. Remember to keep the total amount of your reward under your available funds.

Recurring dividend

If your reward is a recurring dividend, you have to define an amount per disbursement, the start and end date for when you want your reward to be active, and how often you want the reward to be disbursed.

One-time merit

If your reward is a one-time merit, you have to specify the total amount for your reward, and a start and end date for when the reference asset is being evaluated.
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