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PrideGaming
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August 13, 2017, 10:15:36 PM
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I am creating an ICO for my company, and I would like to award a small portion of monthly revenue to token holders.

My idea is to have them send in my tokens to a smart contract, then they would receive ETH in return (so, sort of the opposite of a traditional smart contract).

After the contract ends, I would send the tokens back to them.  

So, I could allocate a portion of my company's revenue based on how many tokens a user holds.

Is this possible using Ethereum smart contracts?

Thank you.
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