The exact pricing structure of Kagami features is yet to be determined however revenue may be generated from:
  1. 1.
    Fees for provision of SaaS product on per wallet basis
  2. 2.
    Fees for certain features
  3. 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).