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WearX was launched in November 2022 and is currently sitting at 1,800 units. Soon, WearX will be usable in the PUML app to amplify rewards.
This impacts the available claim days for bonus PUML and relates to how often a user will need to charge the battery in order to continue claiming steps.
The battery trait is heavily bonus oriented and has been built to allow users to earn more PUML with the same amount of steps made.
Steps cannot be claimed once the battery has run out, or if no watch is owned. If a user does not have a charged battery, they can still continue earning PUML as usual in the App, but cannot claim additional bonuses.
The in-app only PUML token will be used to recharge a users battery with a consistent cost to apply to all trait rarities. However, a higher battery level will need to be charged less often compared to a lower battery level.
This impacts the lifespan of the watch from first claim date. The watch becomes unusable after a certain period of time.
The Damage Resistance bar can be seen by the user in-app and the full potential of a new buy on a secondary marketplace. Watches cannot be sold with depleted Damage Resistance and can only be listed on a secondary marketplace once it has been repaired using PUML token.
If damage resistance reaches 0 validity, the watch will become unusable even if the Battery is still working. Users will no longer be able to participate in challenges/classes that require the watch and they will no longer be earning bonus PUML rewards.
The in-app only PUML token will be used to repair a users damage with a consistent cost to apply to all trait rarities. However, a higher battery level will need to be charged less often compared to a lower battery level.
Each watch type has a maximum amount of steps that can be claimed per day. The following example gives an idea of how max claiming will work:
- Tracker; can claim up to 5,000 steps/day
- Sports Classic; can claim up to 6,500 steps/day
- Modern; can claim up to 8,000 steps/day
- Digital Classic; can claim up to 10,000 steps/day
- Calculator; can claim up to 15,000 steps/day
- Jewelled; can claim in excess of 20,000+ steps/day
The amount of steps that can be claimed per day relates to distance travelled by PUML users and is linked intrinsically to the watch type. Higher distance watch types may apply to avid exercisers/athletes/sports professionals whereas lower distance watch types may apply to casual PUML app users.
Each wearable will have a final utility trait that multiplies a users PUML earnings, giving them bonus rewards.
The multiplier will act as an average of backend values assigned to the Damage Resistance and Battery Utility Traits. Each Damage/Battery Utility trait will be given a level value of 1 - 10, with each level having a "hidden value" that's assigned in the smart contract. The basic idea is as follows:
- Level 1 = 0.20
- Level 2 = 0.40
- Level 3 = 0.60
- Level 4 - Level 10 = 0.80 - 2.00
A multiplier trait based on a random watch generation may look something like this:
"Example Watch" is assigned a Battery Level 2 and a Damage Resistance Level 5
- Battery Level 2 = 0.40
- Damage Resistance Level 5 = 1.00
- 0.40 + 1.00 = 1.40
- 1.40/2 = 0.70
Therefore, the "Example Watch" would have a bonus multiplier of 0.70 or 70%