On the one hand, original portfolios are created from scratch and display a specifically chosen strategy.
On the other, copied portfolios are copies of originals that enable people who do not know much about cryptocurrencies to look for successful originals and copy them in order to benefit from the strategies at play.
The allocation percentage that each of these tokens/assets take within that same portfolio
Now, if this particular portfolio turns out successful with record high profits, it might attract other users who – unable to come up with a successful strategy of their own – may decide to copy that original portfolio.
The portfolio created from scratch is the original portfolio.
The portfolio that is copied by a user is the copied portfolio
To be clear:
The creator of the original portfolio owns that portfolio – unless he decides to sell it.
The user who copies that portfolio owns the copy, NOT the original.
Now let us say that a third user goes onto the profile of the user who copied the original portfolio –and that third user wishes to copy the copied portfolio:
This third user will be prompted to the profile of the original creator to copy the original.
YOU CANNOT COPY A COPY
YOU CAN ONLY COPY AN ORIGINAL
That original portfolio was created from scratch SO:
It is indeed the creator of that portfolio who will benefit from all the royalties generated at each copy – NOT the user who copied the original portfolio.