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MFI is a rebase token with no taxes. MFI tokens can only be minted by the treasury and only for the following purposes:

  1. To pay a MFI Multiplier rebase for staked tokens,

  2. When a purchaser mints an NFT or buys MFI tokens on the MetFi platform and the treasury doesn’t buy the MFI tokens from the liquidity provider (currently PancakeSwap) but rather mints them in exchange for the purchaser BUSD. The received BUSD goes to the treasury,

  3. To provide additional liquidity to the liquidity provider.

All these functions have strict rules and can only be called from within the system. They are defined in smart contracts. Only the treasury can mint new tokens.