Aria Smart Contract

Sell and Buy fees

Here are the main fees that will go in any buy order

uint256 public USDCRewardsFee = 5; // 5min - 10maxuint256 public liquidityFee = 2;   // 1min - 5maxuint256 public treasuryFee = 2;    // 1min - 5maxuint256 public marketingFee = 3;   // 1min - 5maxuint256 public totalConfigFees = USDCRewardsFee.add(liquidityFee).add(marketingFee).add(treasuryFee);
uint256 public _maxTotalFee = 15;uint256 public _minMintBurnFee = 0;uint256 public _maxMintBurnFee = 3;uint256 public _minUSDCRewardsFee = 5;uint256 public _maxUSDCRewardsFee = 10;uint256 public _minLiquidityTreasuryDevMarketingFee = 1;uint256 public _maxLiquidityTreasuryDevMarketingFee = 5;function setFees(uint256 reward, uint256 liq, uint256 treas, uint256 devMark) external onlyOwner {uint256 tempTotalConfigFees = reward.add(liq).add(treas).add(devMark);require(tempTotalConfigFees <= 15, "Aria: Configurable fees cannot be greater than 15");require(reward >= _minUSDCRewardsFee && reward <= _maxUSDCRewardsFee, "Aria: Reward fee has to be between 5 and 10");require(treas >= _minLiquidityTreasuryDevMarketingFee && treas <= _maxLiquidityTreasuryDevMarketingFee, "Aria: Treasury fee has to be between 1 and 5");require(liq >= _minLiquidityTreasuryDevMarketingFee && liq <= _maxLiquidityTreasuryDevMarketingFee, "Aria: Liquidity fee has to be between 1 and 5");require(devMark >= _minLiquidityTreasuryDevMarketingFee && devMark <= _maxLiquidityTreasuryDevMarketingFee, "Aria: Dev/Marketing fee has to be between 1 and 5");USDCRewardsFee = reward;liquidityFee = liq;treasuryFee = treas;marketingFee = devMark;totalConfigFees = USDCRewardsFee.add(liquidityFee).add(marketingFee).add(treasuryFee);}
if(automatedMarketMakerPairs[to]){   fees += amount.mul(3).div(100);
}

Distribute rewards

The distribution of rewards is what we have been testing of late. We have also had many discussions with community members over this as our token is not using rebase it is actually converting our native $ARIA token into USDC and then this USDC is transferred to all token holders. The issue comes up when we starting going up in token holders, lets say 1000, 2000, 5000, or 10000 plus. How much gas will this cost? While we were hoping to implement a reward system of 30 minutes and use covering the cost it would not become sustainable. Instead what we will do is implement a self server dashboard where you will be able to see all your rewards and at any time each individual will be able to claim his or her rewards. While this shifts the gas fees over onto our holders it will save tons of BNB for everyone in the long run on transaction fees as you will be able to withdraw the rewards whenever you feel is right this could be multiple times per day or it could be once per week or once per month.

Multisig

From the very beginning of this project we have been looking into what we can do to earn the trust of the community and to keep everyones rewards safe. We have added many restrains on the contract itself however certain functions need to remain in place in case something does go wrong like the ability to change the treasury wallet or the dev/marketing wallet. So how do you secure those? Well the answer is a Multisig wallet, and how do you make sure the Multisig wallet is secure? Well by including a third party outside of the $ARIA token team. When we did the The House of Obsidian verification we choose the options where they will be part of our multisig wallet. So the $Aria Token Contract will be owned by the multisig wallet and the Treasury will be owned by the multisig wallet and will require everyone to sign of on those transactions. Any of these transactions will be communicated well ahead of time and reasons will be provided for a more transparent approach to our entire project.

KYC (Know Your Customer) and Audit

We have been in communication with Solidity.Finance to conduct our Audit. Once we have completed all testing and verification on our end we will be sending the contract out for them to review it. Once it is submitted for review we will update the community on it and keep you in the loop on recommendations from the audit and timeline for addressing any found issues. Another thing that everyone at this point should be aware of is that we have been verified by the Obsidian Council this is another step that we have taken to insure our community on how serious we are about this project

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