Zugacom Token Project and Agreement

Zugacom Token Project

Zugacom Token (ZCT) is a ground-breaking token based on the Binance Smart Chain. The ZCT will be a decentralized, safe, and trustless asset that offers users discounts, prizes, airdrops, gifts, voting, and staking. It will be used to facilitate transactions amongst Zuga community, as well as to show appreciation, provide access to services and rewards, discounts, awards, airdrops, presents, voting, and staking.

Tokenomics and Fund Allocation

The Zugacom Token has a total supply of 10 Million tokens. The supply is designed to be deflationary, with a maximum of 9 million tokens available for sale, and a maximum of 1 million tokens reserved for the founders and early investors. The tokens are distributed to the Zugacoin holders through airdrops, staking rewards, and other rewards and incentives.
The funds raised from the sale of the tokens are allocated to the development and maintenance of the Zugacoin platform, community growth and marketing, and research and development of new features. The funds will also be used to reward Zugacoin holders for their loyalty to the Zugacoin community.

Zugacom Minimal Budget

1. Design of the Zugacom Token Reward Claiming System: $20
2. Development of the Smart Contracts on the Binance Smart Chain Network: $20
3. Integration of the Token Reward Claiming System with the Binance Smart Chain Network: $ 30
4. Development of a Website User Interface for Claiming Token Rewards: $30

Minimum Starting Budget: $100 (Smart Contract) Maximum Starting Budget: $250 (Website Development)

Zugacom Founders

The founders of the Zugacom Token remain anonymous. The team behind the project consists of experienced professionals from the field of blockchain technology and cryptocurrency. They are committed to the development and growth of the Zugacoin platform, and to providing the best possible experience for Zugacoin holders.

Zugacom Founders Agreement

50/50 Percentage Share of gain from zugacom project

The two founders of the Zugacom Token Project will share a 50/50 equal percentage of the gains from the project. This means that both of the founders will have an equal stake in the success of the project. Depending on the legal agreement between the two founders, they may also be able to negotiate a different percentage split or have other provisions in place to ensure that their interests are appropriately represented.
one of the founder will be in charge of marketing and paying for the development of the project while the other founder will be in charge of the website and blockchain development. This could also be split up in different proportions depending on the agreement between the two founders.
Since each founder will have an equal stake in the success of the project, they will also be responsible for making sure that the project is successful. This means that both founders will have to work together to ensure that all aspects of the project are running smoothly and that the project is reaching its goals. It also means that both founders will be responsible for the project’s financial success, including any profits or losses incurred.
It is important that both founders sign a legally binding agreement that outlines the terms of their agreement. This agreement should include a clear description of the responsibilities of each founder, how profits and losses will be distributed, and any other provisions related to the project’s success. This agreement should be reviewed by a lawyer to make sure that it is legally sound and that it adequately protects the interests of both parties.
This document serves as a legally binding agreement between the two founders of the Zugacom Token Project. Both founders agree to share a 50/50 equal percentage of the gains from the project and to be equally responsible for the project’s success. This document is subject to all applicable laws and regulations and is considered legally binding upon both parties.
Signed Founder 1 ____________________
Signed Founder 2 ____________________

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