The exact pricing structure of Kagami features is yet to be determined however revenue may be generated from:
- 1.Fees for provision of SaaS product on per wallet basis
- 2.Fees for certain features
- 3.Fee per transaction
It is anticipated (3) will be the largest driver of revenue. The term AuM does not suit Kagami and so we introduce a new term. Assets to which Kagami policies apply are termed RmA (risk managed assets). A fee per transaction will apply only to the portion of RmA traded daily. For example if a wallet contained 100ETH but only 1ETH was traded then transaction fees are only levied on 1ETH.
Internal modeling shows Kagami can be self sustainable with a market share of less than 1% of all DEFI transactions assuming a transaction fee of 0.1% (much lower than centralised custodians).