# MSP Example

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Consider the following tokens being accepted into a staking pool and their corresponding approximate yields:

ETH ~ 4% yield

LSTs ~ 3.5% yield

MATIC ~ 5.5% yield

ARITH ~ 15% yield

For this scenario, assume the quantities deposited of each token are equal. Therefore, the average yield of the pool is 7 %.

Consider that 100 users deposited into this pool and each deposits only 1 token. Pool size: 100 tokens After 12 months, with a 7% APR, the pool will contain 107 tokens. Therefore, 7 new tokens are being generated.

As described earlier, if there are 100 participants, following a division ratio of 1:4 gives us 20 eHST and 80 sHST holders.

sHST holders are guaranteed a return of 6%. In this case, this implies that 80 sHST holders receive ~ 5 tokens, meaning each sHST holder receives 0.0625 tokens on their 1 token deposit.

Therefore, the effective return rate earned by each sHST holder after 12 months is 6.25%

eHST holders, on the other hand, receive the remaining yield. This implies that 20 eHST holders receive 2 tokens, meaning each eHST holder receives 0.1 tokens on their 1 token deposit. Therefore, the effective return rate earned by each eHST holder after 12 months is 10%

It should also be noted that eHST holders receive any excess yield stored in the LEP over 12 months.