beFITTER Reveals Changes to $FIU Dropping Mechanism
The beFITTER team has made various changes to the $FIU dropping mechanism, adding in 2 new factors that affect the chances of the token dropping as well as the amount received, while introducing new ways to spend the token.
The developers of move-to-earn app beFITTER have revealed new changes to the dropping mechanism of the $FIU token. This means that the token’s utility has been altered, as new changes in regards to earning and spending the token are being introduced.
The new earning mechanism in place features 2 factors that shape it: Luck and Range. Luck has an effect on the chances of $FIU dropping while you’re running, and if you do get a drop, then the Range factor comes into play, determining the number of tokens you should earn. The higher both of these stats are, the higher the chances of getting $FIU dropped to you, and the bigger the chance of earning a larger sum.
Next to introducing these new factors, the team has decided to remove the maximum earning limit “to increase the value of rewards for our users.”
When it comes to spending the cryptocurrency, additional utility on that front has been introduced. Whenever you want to withdraw your NFTs, you’ll now need to use $FIU instead of $HEE tokens in order to successfully do so. Users who trade NFTs inside the app will now also need to use $FIU tokens instead.
As for Pet Races, the fee for them is now also paid in $FIU and not $HEE tokens, and the rewards have also been changed to include $FIU in place of $HEE. The same change has been made for the idle earning mode of Pet Earnings.
More details on additional utility changes can be found in the article linked in the tweet down below.