Regarding DW20 seed users Question

9. Starting from the 2nd round. If a new person who enters the seed user group through competition already has downline users that he has developed before (for example, he has attracted 9 people before), then should the number of these previously obtained downline users (existing users) be recorded? How about participating in his performance? Should he also receive the corresponding compensatory reward of DW20 tokens? Otherwise, would it be unfair to newcomers?

Answer: We hope to be fair, including a fair start. Since there is an information gap between new and old users, does the number of senior users count? The calculation is troublesome and controversial. Satoshi Nakamoto’s computing power is calculated per time and does not consider historical records. Randomness cannot guarantee absolute fairness.

9. Starting from the 2nd round. If a new person who enters the seed user group through competition already has downline users that he has developed before (for example, he has attracted 9 people before), then should the number of these previously obtained downline users (existing users) be recorded? How about participating in his performance? Should he also receive the corresponding compensatory reward of DW20 tokens? Otherwise, would it be unfair to newcomers? Read More »

8. In the first seed round stage, for newcomers other than the 50 seed users, will there be no reward of 1 million DW20 tokens? In this case, how can we encourage his enthusiasm? If he does not have the 1 million incentive DW20 tokens, will he be in a weak position in competition with the 50 seed users? In this case, is it unfair?

Answer: This is an excellent question. It turned out to be poorly thought out. We apply different standards to newcomers and seniors. The elimination mechanism for older people remains unchanged, with 15 people in each round, and the first 15 new people will enter. Make additional changes to the original standard.

8. In the first seed round stage, for newcomers other than the 50 seed users, will there be no reward of 1 million DW20 tokens? In this case, how can we encourage his enthusiasm? If he does not have the 1 million incentive DW20 tokens, will he be in a weak position in competition with the 50 seed users? In this case, is it unfair? Read More »

7. If a seed user distributes the 1 million DW20 tokens he received to his downline users, will his downline users get additional DW20 tokens in addition to the airdropped DW20 after regular registration?

Answer: Yes. It ensures that his users use his referral code.

7. If a seed user distributes the 1 million DW20 tokens he received to his downline users, will his downline users get additional DW20 tokens in addition to the airdropped DW20 after regular registration? Read More »

6. Why do seed users receive 2 million DW20 tokens in each round during the seed round? Does this mean that 1 million DW20 tokens are given to downline users by seed users while the other 1 million DW20 tokens are reserved for the seed users themselves?

Answer: Yes. Only the first round has deduction requirements.

6. Why do seed users receive 2 million DW20 tokens in each round during the seed round? Does this mean that 1 million DW20 tokens are given to downline users by seed users while the other 1 million DW20 tokens are reserved for the seed users themselves? Read More »

5. If the seed user fails to complete the task or is eliminated, will he not have 1 million tokens?

Answer: If the seed user fails at the end of the first round, that is, the number of downline users he develops does not reach 10, then for less than each person, he is missing 200,000 DW20 tokens. Based on this, he can calculate the number of DW20 tokens that can be obtained. This requirement

5. If the seed user fails to complete the task or is eliminated, will he not have 1 million tokens? Read More »

3. Do the distribution rights and usage rights of the 1 million DW20 tokens distributed to seed users in each round belong entirely to the seed users themselves?

Answer: The right to distribute and use the 1 million DW20 tokens belongs to the seed user. We recommend that seed users use these tokens to incentivize their developing users, which will help bring in more new users. Although we do not require that all 1 million DW20 be given away due to competition, there

3. Do the distribution rights and usage rights of the 1 million DW20 tokens distributed to seed users in each round belong entirely to the seed users themselves? Read More »

2. If the group leader fails to complete the task of developing new users (fails to pass) or is eliminated in the next round but participates in all system testing work, in this case, can the testing work he participated in be passed? Get extra rewards? How to reward?

Answer: Each round has different reward regulations. The airdrop and elimination mechanism of the seed round only applies to the seed round.

2. If the group leader fails to complete the task of developing new users (fails to pass) or is eliminated in the next round but participates in all system testing work, in this case, can the testing work he participated in be passed? Get extra rewards? How to reward? Read More »

1. After the seed round ends, do group owners still need to provide long-term consulting services to offline users? Are there any incentives for this kind of long-term service?

Answer: Yes. Our airdrop is the need to build a community and establish a long-term service system and community governance mechanism based on group owners. DW20 is just the transaction token of the chainless community system. In the chainless community, group owners are divided into 4 levels according to the users they serve, ranging from

1. After the seed round ends, do group owners still need to provide long-term consulting services to offline users? Are there any incentives for this kind of long-term service? Read More »

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