So there’s two different approaches - what you’re thinking of are the “launch pools” that some other platforms have implemented. This might also become a feature later on but IDOs are different.
In an IDO, you’re trading your CUB-BUSD LP tokens for the IDO token. If the IDO is exactly 100% committed (or less), then you don’t get any CUB-BUSD back. Instead, you’ve used your Cub-BUSD to buy into the new IDO token.
In the case of an overflow (an IDO that raises past the 100% mark), you will receive a proportional share of the IDO tokens based on the total $$ committed and then you’ll receive any leftover CUB-BUSD LP tokens back to your wallet.
Hope this helps!
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