The reward logic is designed to attract both an optimal amount of LP assets and LD TOKE and an optimal balance in both reactors and across the system in order to ensure efficient and safe operation.
The QTY of rewards paid out to LPs and LDs of Token Reactors and the Pair Reactors are based on the theoretically most efficient deployment of assets which can be derived from the deployment logic. In a second step the amount of rewards to be paid out to participants is then based on the actual distribution of assets and TOKE in the reactors.
This should encourage new liquidity directors to participate in providing liquidity for underrepresented base assets and, inversely, incentivize LPs to provide base assets to projects that are lacking in supply.
For example, if there are 1000 TOKE slated to be emitted during a given epoch to one specific Token Reactor, an optimal balance of TOKE and the base asset will equate to an equal distribution of TOKE rewards for both LPs and LDs. If there is a surplus of a base asset pair in a token reactor, the APY shifts to the advantage of the LDs to incentivize liquidity directors to participate in that Token Reactor's liquidity direction.

The quantity of rewards for the Pair and Token side of the reactors are based on the theoretically maximum deployable value as determined by the available reserve and pairable assets (deployment logic) – this should ensure that an efficient qty of assets is incentivized to be deposited into the LP side of both Token Reactors (project tokens) and the Pair Reactors (e.g. ETH).

The qty of TOKE rewards is determined by the optimal amount of TOKE staking as determined by the deployment logic.
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