5. Three competing factions
All participants, regardless of their level, must choose the faction that best represents them. Factions compete with each other to take 15% extra investment in each operation. The rules of competition between factions will be part of the game.
  • Factions Nakamotos.
  • Factions Vuterins.
  • Factions Altcoiners.
Therefore, factions are intrinsic to the levels. Each faction is represented by a staking (TUT) and farming (TUT-WBTC) contract, and will have a certain liquidity (which we call Energy). Their holders will be able to get "extra energy" with certain actions, increasing the probability that they will be the winners of each IDO:
  • Cumulative staking/farming time.
  • Proportion of farming vs staking.
  • Getting new holders by referral system.
  • Getting TUTs for training actions.
  • Sharing in networks (social sharing).
  • Get associated NFTs.
  • Etc.
The faction with the most extra energy at the close of the IDO will get an additional 15% of the requested investment for all its participants. In table form,
With this model the investor will be interested in increasing his/her chances of getting a larger package of tokens, going to higher staking levels and taking actions to get more energy. Higher staking levels logically benefit the TUT, increasing buying pressure.
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