Understanding P100 Color Tiers

At the heart of P100 is an advanced reward system based on the P100 token (POT), which is an integral part of the Color Tiers mechanism. In this article, we will take a look at what Color Tiers are, how they work, and what benefits they provide.

What are Color Tiers?

Color Tiers is a way of ranking users based on their activity and POT earnings. There are four different tiers: Green, Blue, Red, and Black. Each tier represents a different level of user involvement and potential reward. This layered system ensures that the more activity and engagement P100 users have, the more benefits and rewards they can receive.

How Color Tiers Work?

Users begin their journey at the Green tier and can ascend to Blue, Red, or Black based on the number of POTs they accumulate weekly. The progression through these tiers is dynamic and depends on weekly activity:

  • Green to Blue: users need to earn at least 11 POTs in a week.
  • Blue to Red: requires earning at least 55 POTs in a week.
  • Red to Black: the requirements for this tier are specified on a per-case basis.

Weekly activities are tracked, and users' tiers are updated accordingly. The higher the tier, the more POTs users can earn and the greater the benefits they receive. More details on the color tier system, you can find in P100 Whitepaper.

The P100 Color Tiers system offers a fair and motivating structure for users to be rewarded for their activities and contributions. By engaging more and earning more POT, you can enjoy greater benefits and become more integrated into the dynamic P100 community.