🌏Cryptomonopoly Community System

The Cryptomonopoly community system is that when a game worth 10,000 Cp is completed, a 3 percent deduction is made when players transfer their prizes and this amount is added to the pool. 35 percent of this cut is distributed to transaction validators, and 25 percent is distributed to the top winners of the game on a weekly basis. Additionally, 30 percent are directed to rooms where people can play games without giving tokens. You can get the chance to open daily rooms by participating in games without token payment. Free rooms are determined by tokens from fees.

People who set up nodes for free rooms earn tokens by confirming transactions. This creates a staking mechanism and the APY of the staking mechanism depends entirely on the gaming ecosystem. The more the game is played, the number of free rooms increases. The amount of free rooms varies depending on the amount of tokens coming into the pool and can be adjusted constantly. Free rooms only have rooms for 4 people, but the gaming community may change this in the future.

Duties of Transaction Validators in the game "Cryptomonopoly"

  1. Adding Crypto Assets and Information:

    • Transaction Validators constantly add new crypto assets and their related information to increase the economic diversity of the game. For example, details such as the technological features of a cryptocurrency, mining algorithms or important dates are added. This information also provides an opportunity for players to improve themselves while playing.

  2. Community Approval:

    • Adds information about the community, crypto assets or in-game features. Transaction Validators verify this information added by the community and maintain the balance of the game.

  3. Ecosystem News and Updates:

    • Transaction Validators keep track of developments in the real-world crypto ecosystem and add important news regarding in-game crypto assets. For example, a recent protocol change in a blockchain network or news of an important partnership.

  4. Interactive Events:

    • Transaction Validators host special events that players can interact with in the ecosystem. For example, an event or competition that affects the value of a particular crypto asset over a certain period of time.

  5. Mining and Rewards:

    • They add information about mining activities in-game. For example, it adds rewards or mining difficulty levels obtained when mining a particular crypto asset to the game.

  6. Technological Developments:

    • Transaction Validators add information about technological developments and upgrades of cryptocurrencies. For example, when a blockchain network adopts a new consensus algorithm or a security protocol is updated.

Cryptomonopoly Ecosystem The Cryptomonopoly ecosystem is a dynamic structure that offers various opportunities to its participants beyond the game. The 3 percent deduction made when transferring the rewards earned by players is added to the pool created to ensure and improve the sustainability of the ecosystem. This pool is used to support different elements within the ecosystem.

  1. Incentive for Transaction Validators: 35 percent of the pool is directed to transaction validators. This promotes safe and fast transactions across the ecosystem.

  2. Distribution to Weekly Winners: The 25 percent share given to the players who win the game the most on a weekly basis provides motivation to the players by increasing competition.

  3. Investment in Free Rooms: The 30 percent share in the ecosystem is directed to rooms where participants can play games without paying tokens. In this way, the player base expands and community interaction increases.

  4. Staking Opportunity for Node Founders: Node founders earn additional income in return for confirming transactions and contributing to ecosystem security. The staking mechanism allows more tokens to circulate within the ecosystem.

  5. Community Management and Voting Rights: The community has the right to decide on changes to the ecosystem. Participants are given the power to vote and changes accepted by the community make the ecosystem more democratic.

  6. Special Tournaments and Events: Special tournaments and events held during certain periods offer players the opportunity to win additional rewards and increase the interaction of the community.

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