Abbey supplies the initial seed of 100,000 PUBCO-1% tokens as Uniswap liquidity. Abbey also creates another 100,000 tokens for the public company to hold as a liquid asset on its balance sheet, outside of Uniswap.
Every quarter, the company’s CFO may mark-to-market the value of the 100,000 PUBCO-1% tokens based on the current, publicly available price on Uniswap.
DeFi speculators will obviously be concerned with token dilution inside Uniswap. To alleviate these concerns, the Abbey PUBCO-1% contracts are programmed to create (aka mint) only 200,000 tokens, and no more. 100,000 go to the Uniswap liquidity pool along with ETH 5.0 and the other 100,000 are held by the public company in treasury.
To prevent the company from “dumping” it’s 100,000 tokens into Uniswap, thereby removing speculators ETH, the Abbey smart contract forces the company to notify the speculator community of its intent to sell some of its treasury PUBCO-1% tokens, typically 4 months in advance. This “announcement” gives speculators plenty of time to withdraw ETH from Uniswap should they deem such a company sale to not be in their interest.
It should be noted that the 100,000 Uniswap tokens held by company may never be transferred to another wallet, exchange etc. except for the sole destination wallet address representing the Uniswap trading pair. So, again, no “exit scam”!