Collector Score

  • A Piggo “Collector Score” is the accumulation of Collectible Points associated with the ownership of CryptoPiggos NFT collectibles and Corn Bonus Points earned in the previous month.

  • A user’s Collector Score will serve as a differentiator between Piggos collectors.

  • Piggo Team may reference Collector Scores to reward certain users for their loyalty to CryptoPiggos project.

  • While we can’t yet make any promises about how Collector Scores will be used, some potential reward benefits of a user’s Collector Score may include (but are not limited to):

    • Eligibility to participate in future NFT drops that are only available to users with a Collector Score above a certain threshold

    • Preferential access to future NFT drops before they are made available to the general public

    • Appearance on future Piggo “Leaderboards,” which may be overall, and/or at the collection, icon partner, and individual challenge level

    • Potential physical merchandise, digital experiences, and exclusive events for users within a certain “Leadership Board” threshold (e.g. the users with the top X% of “Collector Scores” on the “Leaderboard” might qualify)

How it is calculated?

On every 1st of the month, the collector score will verify your collection, your corn earned in the previous month, and calculate the score based on the following assigned points:

For example, if you own 1 Piggo with Rarity 1, and 10 Piggos with Rarity 10. If you earned 200 corn from the previous month, your collector score would be:

Collector Score = (1 x 100) + (10 x 10) + (200) = 400.

if you own 1 Piggo with Rarity 1, 5 Piggos with rarity 9, and 20 Piggos with Rarity 10. If you earned 10 corn from the previous month, your collector score would be:

Collector Score = (1 x 100) + (5 x 20) + (20 x 10) + (10) = 410.

 

How to find out my collector score?

You can find out your collector score in 🐖-verified-owner-chat channel in Discord.

Type /score. The option will appear. Click on /Score and press Enter.

 

 

 

 

 

See the Example below:

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