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What is the role of the CRR parameter given when creating your coin?
Since the basis of Minter is the idea of providing absolute and instant liquidity for any coin issued in the Minter network, to ensure this liquidity for each coin, there is a reserve in the base coin of the network (BIP in the main network, MNT in the test network), which is created during the release and can increase or decrease depending on coin operations. The CRR (Constant Reserve Ratio) indicator determines the degree of liquidity, that is, to what extent each coin in the total supply is backed with reserves. The higher the CRR, the greater the reserve and the less the volatility. For example, when creating a coin with a CRR of 100%, its value will always be constant. Examples of creating coins with different CRRs and a description of the mechanism for providing liquidity are available in this document — https://about.minter.network/Minter_PCO.pdf.
Also, the principle will be easier to understand by simulating the release and operations in https://calculator.beta.minter.network.