A: Many smart contracts that operate tokens will store within the smart contract a balance of tokens for each address that holds the token. Then when a wallet, DEX, or any other system needs to understand that balance, the smart contract will look up the amount of tokens held by that address. However, ACYC’s contract operates differently. When the smart contract was deployed, the developer team created an impossibly large number (think the amount of atoms in the universe to the power of the amount of atoms in the universe), which is called the “total reflections”. When someone purchases $ACYC, our smart contract does not store the amount of tokens they purchased as many smart contracts do. Our smart contract stores the total tokens purchased multiplied by the ratio of the total tokens in circulation to the impossibly large number (which we call “total reflections”).