A common question that comes to every investor's mind: What'll happen when the market drops and you've just staked in AUDCoins? You may assume that the value of your AUDCoins will go down from something you started initially. Let's answer your questions to help you understand how staking works and why it's an ideal investment instrument even in a bear market.
Whenever you stake AUDCoins, you'll do that on the dollar value. Here's an example. Suppose you staked 10,000 AUDCoins when the value of every coin is worth USD.01. That means you'd be staking coins worth USD 1,000. And imagine the stake limit, which you'd set, was 120 days. After the period, you'll get AUDCoins worth USD 1,400. And the value won't diminish, no matter what's the market value at that period. To cut a long story short, you'll get 10% of the staked dollar value after every 30 days—and this value or gain won't be subject to market change.
Here's one other interesting thing. Staking may not be an HYIP, but many smart investors get Bitcoin for the lowest possible price so that they can get more out of their dollar. So, whenever you buy AUDCoins for the purpose of staking them, the price won't matter because eventually you're using the assets as stakes.
That's why it makes sense to think about staking AUDCoins whenever you see the price of Bitcoin falling. The fact is, AUDCoin's staking program is meant for the bear market.