Pixels Unveils Reputation System
The Reputation system gives every Pixels player a score that can be increased or decreased depending on certain actions, with those who have a high score getting the ability to withdraw more currency to a hot wallet, and more.
What Is the Reputation System?
This system aims to reward the best and most dedicated players by giving everyone a reputation score. Increasing this score can be done in a couple of different ways, including by doing quests, buying VIP, holding Land, connecting your Twitter, Discord, and phone number to your account, and more. If you however, get too many reports, get muted, trade with lots of low-reputation players, or do anything similar that can be deemed negative, your score will decrease.
By having a high reputation score, you unlock the ability to withdraw more currency to a hot wallet, have higher in-game trade limits, and more.
The system is live as of November 13th, and scores should become visible soon or might already be by the time you read this. In the weeks ahead, the team will look to further on this system in order to continue providing a better experience.
Next to this system, a few other changes have been made with the latest update.
From now on, the player who originally placed the items on land will have them returned when they’re removed, while minting pet coupons now requires waiting 24 hours. This is so that the team can review every mint before giving out the NFT to the minter.
Server improvements have also been made, which the developers say they “think this is THE update” that should increase scalability and stability.
Interested in playing Pixels? Be sure to check out our guide on how to play this blockchain farming sim.