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Investments Masternode Coin with Buy Back

Arnesta is an ICO Investment firm that invests in Private Presale through their syndicate network. Limited Supply. Earn rewards by Securing a Masternodes. Coin buy back from the profits.

Arnesta will partner with syndicates that organize deals in private presale right before the crowdsale. Based on the research Arnesta will decide to contribute to ICOs corresponding to projects and invest the amount that are feasible to get higher returns. The profit generated from the investments will be use to buyback and burn the coins repurchased from exchanges. The Fund will not invest in projects that already have a listed token.

Coin Burn and Buyback

A Coin burn is a common occurrence, and some crypto companies may decide to burn some of their tokens from the circulating supply for more reasons. This is known as coin burning, and it has been conducted by various token developers as a tool to increase demand. Coin burns are, to some extent, similar to share buybacks used in the traditional corporate world. Simply put, listed companies buy back their shares from the market, which in most cases results in the shares’ price appreciation as those shares are removed from the circulating supply. The share buyback scheme is a way to reward shareholders.

Total Supply – 21 million

Block Time – 60 seconds

POS Block Start – 201

POW Blocks – 1-200

Premine – 1%

MN Stake/Rewards – 70/30, 80/20, 90/10

40% profit generated from the ICO will be used for Buyback

4% Maintenance and Management fees

66% Reinvested into New ICOs



A masternode is a full node or computer wallet that keeps the full copy of the blockchain in real-time. A masternode is considerably different than a normal node, because it performs several other functions apart from just keeping the full blockchain and relaying blocks/transactions as a full node does.

Node holders will get paid a reward daily and consistently.


Uses peer-to-peer technology to operate with no central authority or banks.
After talks with Arnesta Team and information from Open Source.