Example Scenario 1: There are 3 Participants in the GCGC Ecosystem, Alan, Betty and Charles. Alan owns 3 tokens; Betty owns 2 tokens; and Charles own 1. As there is only one pool of mines at the moment, all of them decide to stake their tokens in the Common Pool, which is essentially just Pool A (Argentina, Chile, Zimbabwe, D.R. Congo).
From mining operations and production, enough profit is generated to vault 2.4g of gold per day. Therefore, 1,200 GC$ tokens are minted. Eighty percent of the GC$ tokens minted (960 GC$) are distributed back to the participants based on the number of tokens staked. Therefore, Alan receives 480 GC$, Betty receives 320 GC$, and Charles receives 160 GC$.