Frequently Asked Questions
How was the Civilization project born?
Civilization was inspired by the vision of the great Ryoshi, who envisioned and demonstrated the power of a fully decentralized community with Shiba. That original experiment evolved into a decentralized community with a clear upfront purpose: to disrupt traditional finance and create a source of income for the community external to the ecosystem itself.
Who is the team behind Civilization?
Unlike traditional teams and funds, we are a 100% Decentralized (DEX) team, where there is no “them” doing this for “us”. Welcome to becoming part of “us”! It may be a puzzling concept at first, but powerful nevertheless. We are already ~30 active members, and our size continues to expand. Roles and responsibilities are based on each member of the community’s proof of work and proof of stake. The Civilization team is about “we”, not “me”.
How did the first idea emerge?
Civilization was started in a meeting among friends from different backgrounds and included community builders, crypto enthusiasts and traditional managers. Originally it was privately commissioned to build an automated source of income. However, the system was so interesting that the first friends later decided to donate it to the community entirely. In this way, it can also grow stronger, faster, better, and more sustainable in the long term. If you want to go fast, go alone. If you’re going to go far, go together.
How can I personally contribute to the growth of this project?
To contribute to the project’s growth, you can buy and hold CIV and support the project with diligent work. Bring friends and qualified investors. Share the project’s news through social channels and through your personal network.
What is the Civilization token?
It trades as CIV on Ethereum only, the only fully truly 100% decentralized blockchain. It started with a soft launch and zero marketing budget. It has a fixed supply of 300 million tokens minted and placed in a Uniswap v2 liquidity pool that was burnt forever against the risk of rug pulls. Buying the token is equivalent to getting equity in the fund, which means owning a part of the fund project.
What is the Token Contract number?
What is the difference between buying the token and investing in the fund?
Is CIV ERC20 only?
No, you can find CIV on Polygon too. No Binance Smart Chain nor others, Ethereum and Polygon only. Beware of fakes and scammers.
Contract ETH: 0x37fE0f067FA808fFBDd12891C0858532CFE7361d
Contract Polygon: 0x42F6bdCfd82547e89F1069Bf375aa60e6c6c063d
Bridge for CIV Polygon <-> ETH: https://wallet.polygon.technology/bridge
Where/How can I buy $CIV?
Instructions to buy: https://medium.com/@sator-settler/how-to-buy-dex-tokens-456523fff19
For larger trades, you can also try 1inch: https://app.1inch.io/#/1/swap/ETH/CIV
What are the recommended settings for trading?
Is it better to use Uniswap or Shibaswap?
Can I get bone by providing liquidity in Shibaswap?
When will the staking platform be live?
How does staking in the CIV platform differ from normal staking?
How will the $CIV Artificial Intelligence (AI) work?
What is the difference between staking and adding liquidity?
What is the target fund return?
The fund targets an initial 500% yearly return, which means 5x ETH staked for a whole year. Initially, its strategy performs at much higher levels, of 0.5%-2.0% per day. However there is no certainty that the strategy can continue to produce such returns for the long term.
Will I get x% a day return guaranteed?
Can I remove my stake at any time? Are my funds locked in when utilizing the staking platform?
Will my returns be sent to my wallet or added to my staked total?
What are the risks and how are they mitigated?
How are staking returns distributed?
What happens if the fund loses money?
Suppose you un-stake tokens when the fund’s value is lower than at entry. In that case, you will get a proportional share of your invested tokens without paying any commissions. Thus, your capital is at risk, but there is no commission due in case of negative performance.