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The Biswap GameFi is here with new fantastic opportunities. Biswap is proud to announce the release of the Staff Game! It is the moment we have patiently waited for. So, have fun and collect grand BSW rewards!


What are the advantages?

🔥 Win-win game
🔥 Low entry cost
🔥 Up to 10 000% APR
🔥 Up to 270% ROI within 30 days
🔥 Receive rewards in progressive BSW token
🔥 Gamification of Staking

What is Staff Game & How does it work?

Staff Game — is a win-win game with a low entry cost. It requires fewer resources to play than the Main game. To participate in the game, a user needs to hire a Worker. Once the hiring period is over, a user will receive fixed rewards in BSW with up to 270% ROI within 30 days!

Requirements to participate

To begin playing, a user must complete the following steps:

  1. Stake 10 BSW in the Pool Holder
  2. Hire a worker

Workers price

The cost to hire one Worker is fixed — 25 BSW. Press Hire and get a Worker with random hiring time and ROI.

❗️Important: the amount of your investment, 25 BSW, will be returned to you at the end of hiring duration of your Worker along with a gained BSW reward.

Gamification of Staking

Enjoy earning vast rewards with up to 10 000% APR via Gamified Staking! Your profit depends on the ROI and amount of days of your Worker.

Probability of getting a certain number of days

Workers will have a random number of days, from 10 to 30, for a hiring duration. Take a look at the chances of getting a specific hiring period:

Chances of getting a specific ROI

Return on Investment, or ROI, measures the profitability or efficiency of a particular trade or investment. When hiring a Worker, the user will obtain a Worker with a random ROI from 15 to 270%. Let’s review the probability percentages:

Calculating APR

To calculate the APR is quite simple, divide ROI by the number of days and multiply the sum you got by 365 days.

Use this simple formula to calculate your APR:

Workers Limit Distribution

Each user can have a maximum of 2 active Workers. For example, a user has already hired 2 Workers. If one of them has run out of hiring period, the user can hire 1 additional Worker.

Furthermore, the number of Workers sold on a platform is also limited.
There is a sale limit of Workers per week which decreases gradually week by week after the Staff game launch. The limits will automatically be updated each Thursday at 12:00 AM UTC. After the 48th week, the sell of Workers will be completed:

Amount Per Block Needed to Run the Game

The game may not be played for 255 blocks from the ‘Hire’ transaction. If the Worker is played after the 255th block, the given numbers (ROI and Days) will be replayed and will change according to the information in the pop-up shown to the user at the Worker’s purchase. The player can launch the game manually by calling the function ‘selfclaim’ of the contract. To do that, please get in touch with Biswap Live Support.

Commission for an early withdrawal

The commission for an early withdrawal is 5%. For example, the user hired a Worker for 10 days but then decided to withdraw after 8 days had passed. In this case, the user will pay a 5% fee from the Worker’s price and accrued rewards.

Rewards Accrual

There are a few important aspects to consider when it comes to rewards accrual:

  • Rewards are accrued for each block and are in the BSW token.
  • Users can withdraw rewards without the commission after the hiring period of a Worker has run out.
  • 10 BSW must be staked in the Holder Pool at the withdrawal time to receive rewards.

To obtain the rewards, simply press the Claim button.

Note: Workers can be purchased, and rewards redeemed only in the BSW token.

Closing Thoughts

Biswap always aims to provide users with exceptional opportunities. Staff Game gives a chance to earn crypto with no risk!

Are you ready to earn free money?

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 by Twicsy in June 17, 2022

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