Deep Dive Into New “All-In Rank” Metric

“TShare Lifespan in Years” is Better than “TShare Count [from Start]”

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Mati Allin


What is a TShare?

HEX is a blockchain-based certificate of deposit, offering features that enable users to earn yield on their cryptocurrency holdings in a way that mimics the traditional banking system’s time deposit. Within the HEX ecosystem, the concept of “TShares” (Trillion Shares) is central to understanding how yield accrues to stakers. TShares represent a share of the HEX yield created by the immutable smart contract, and the amount of HEX you earn from staking is proportional to the number of TShares you hold relative to the total TShares in existence.

Explained: TShare Lifespan in Years

A “TShare Lifespan Year” is a unit of measure in the HEX ecosystem that quantifies the earning potential of a stake in terms of both the quantity of TShares and the duration for which those shares are active. It combines the concept of TShares (the share of the yield in the system) with the time dimension, offering a more comprehensive view of a stake’s future earning capacity.

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Why “TShare Lifespan in Years” is a Crucial Metric

  1. Aging Out of Existence: TShares are not permanent; they have a lifespan determined by the stake’s length. Upon the completion of a stake, TShares “age out” or expire, necessitating a decision from the user: to restake or not. If a user decides to restake, they must do so at the current share rate, which is designed to increase over time. This mechanism ensures that longer commitments are rewarded more generously than shorter ones, even if they are compounded.
  2. Incentive for Longer Stakes: The increasing share rate makes it costlier to acquire the same amount of TShares in the future, thus incentivizing users to commit to longer stakes initially. By making longer stakes more appealing, the HEX model encourages a stable and long-term investment outlook among its community.
  3. Earning Potential over Time: “TShare Lifespan in Years” is a dynamic metric that provides insight into the remaining earning potential of a stake. It considers both the quantity of TShares and the remaining time these shares are active, offering a more accurate reflection of future yield earnings than simply counting TShares from the start. This metric allows users to better strategize their staking decisions based on the compounded yield they can expect to earn over the remaining lifespan of their TShares.

The Need for a Paradigm Shift

The HEX community’s traditional focus on “TShare Count from Start” overlooks the temporal dimension of TShares, which is critical for understanding a stake’s true earning potential. “TShare Lifespan in Years” offers a more nuanced and accurate metric by incorporating the aging nature of TShares and the ever-increasing share rate. By adopting this metric, HEX users can make more informed decisions that optimize their long-term earnings, aligning with the protocol’s incentive for longer-term staking commitments.

Example from 2021: TShare count can be misleading

Example from 2021 that illustrates how TShare Years are a better measure than TShare Count.

The OA and TheRealGodWhale Example:

The left side of the infographic shows the “TShare Count (from start)”, which is a static measure of how many TShares each entity started with. Here, TheRealGodWhale and The OA have nearly the same number of TShares, suggesting they began with a similar amount of HEX staked.

The right side, however, presents “TShare (Multiplied By) Years Left,” which is the concept we previously discussed. This metric takes into account not just the number of TShares but also the time left for those TShares to earn yield (their lifespan). In this representation, there’s a significant difference between TheRealGodWhale and The OA.

TheRealGodWhale has a higher value in “TShare Years Remaining” even though their initial TShare count is close to that of The OA. This indicates that TheRealGodWhale’s TShares have a longer remaining lifespan, meaning they can potentially earn compound yield for a more extended period compared to The OA’s TShares, which may have a shorter lifespan left.

The concept here is to illustrate that simply looking at the number of TShares (TShare Count) is not as informative as considering the TShare Lifespan in Years for predicting future compound yield earnings. The infographic suggests that TheRealGodWhale, despite a similar number of TShares, has a more advantageous position than The OA due to a longer TShare Lifespan in Years, which could lead to greater compound yield earnings over time.

The graph emphasizes that the TShare Lifespan in Years is a better metric for assessing the future earning potential of stakes in HEX, as it reflects both the quantity of shares and the remaining time they are effective.


In conclusion, “TShare Lifespan in Years” is a vital metric for HEX stakers, providing a clearer picture of the earning potential over time. It encourages a longer-term investment strategy by highlighting the benefits of extended stakes and helps users navigate the complexities of TShares’ temporal dynamics. Transitioning the community’s focus to this metric could enhance strategic staking practices, maximizing returns in the HEX ecosystem.

We are lucky to have TheRealGodWhale who supports the community, and The OA that hasn’t sold a single coin — unlike many other top founders (like ETH).

How to get TShare Years?

Use Coinbase to buy ETH, then send it to your own self-custody ( using a Trezor hardware wallet Swap ETH for HEX at or add network, use to bridge, then use to swap ETH for HEX. Staking longer gets you more TShare Lifespan Years: Write down your seed words in 2 safe places and NEVER share them with anyone, even if they impersonate me or support. View your TShare Years with using the “All-in Rank” panel: paste all address in, then find TShare Days, then divide by 365.25 to get TShare Years for both eHEX and HEX (PulseChain).

How to Claim COM from New or Ongoing Hex Stakes

When you stake HEX, don’t forget to free-claim your COM bonus, which is currently $6 per TShare: (Mati’s 1% ref link, you get 100%).

The steps are: 1) go to HexCommunity .com (no space), 2) connect any wallet with HEX stakes, 3) refresh page, 4) click “dashboard”, click “batch claim all start bonuses”, 5) click “stake 100%” (earns 5% COM APY & can withdrawal entire or partial amount any time), 6) click “yes claim”, 7) sign in wallet. Steps can be repeated on ETH (although value is currently 6x lower).

Earn more TShares to get a higher rank, but remember you might want to plan ahead for existing stakes that are aging even if your count isn’t going down yet.

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