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Staking & IDO FAQ

- If you enter with all your 8 tickets and win an allocation, you are left with 4 tickets
- If you enter with 6 tickets and win an allocation, you are left with 5 tickets because only the tickets used to enter the whitelist are reduced by half. In this case, you entered only with 6 tickets which will become 3. But you have 2 tickets left which you did not use, so the total will be 5 tickets, which you can use for the next IDO
- Please note that there is ZERO benefit to participating in an IDO with lesser number of tickets than you hold. So we always recommend you to enter with all your tickets. You will maximise your chances of winning an allocation and if you don't win, you retain all your tickets.
- If you enter with odd number of tickets, the remaining tickets are rounded off to the next higher integer value. If your remaining tickets (after reduction) comes out to be 2.5, they will be rounded off to 3 tickets.

- Wallets in the Mighty Oak tier can win upto as many allocations as the tickets submitted (capped at 8). For example, if you submitted 8 tickets, you can win upto 8 allocations. If you submitted 4, you can win upto 4 allocations.
- Wallets in Tree can win upto a maximum of half the number of tickets submitted. For example, if you submitted 8 tickets, you can win upto 4 allocations. If you submitted 4, you can win upto 2 allocations.
- Wallets in Sapling can win upto a maximum of 1/4th the number of tickets submitted. For example, if you submitted 8 tickets, you can win upto 2 allocations. If you submitted 4, you can win only 1 allocation.
- Wallets in Seed and Soil are only allowed to win a maximum of 1 allocation irrespective of the tickets submitted. However, chances of winning is higher if you enter with more tickets as there is going to be a lot of competition in these tiers.

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