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Win Big with Decimal Pool: Guess the BTC/USD Price Decimals
Decimal Pool is a product under Decimal Box, where players are given the opportunity to guess the decimal points of the BTC/USD price in three different games. It's important to keep in mind that these are the maximum rewards and the actual prize pool will depend on how much BBOX token is added by the players. Additionally, in the case of multiple winners, the prize will be shared equally among them.
The ticket value is fixed at $5 USDT
Total Pool Amount = (Number of Tickets Sold * Ticket Price) * (1 - Fee Rate)
Payout Ratio = Total Pool Amount / (Number of Correct Tickets * (Ticket Price * (1 - Fee Rate)))
Suppose Price Feed : BTC/USD price is $35,000.32109
In the 2-decimal game, players are required to guess the last two decimal points of the BTC/USD price. For example, if the BTC/USD price is $35,000.75, the correct answer for this game would be 75.
In the 3-decimal game, players need to guess the last three decimal points of the BTC/USD price. For example, if the BTC/USD price is $35,000.753, the correct answer for this game would be 753.
In the 4-decimal game, players must guess the last four decimal points of the BTC/USD price. For example, if the BTC/USD price is $35,000.7532, the correct answer for this game would be 7532.
- let's say there were 100 tickets sold at $10 per ticket, so the total pool amount would be $1000. After deducting the 5% fee, the pool amount would be $950.If there was only one winner with the correct decimal, the payout ratio would be:Payout Ratio = $950 / (1 * ($10 * (1 - 0.05)) Payout Ratio = 100x
How to play
Choose your game.
Select a 5-digit number or go random, then click "Add."
Check your ticket with the chosen number sequence like "32109" and click "Buy." (To customize your new tickets, please press 'Delete' or choose the number of tickets you want to buy.)
Confirm your ticket to enter the Decimal Pool and stand a chance to win big!
The rewards in the Decimal Pool are distributed based on the number of players who win in each game. If there are multiple winners in a game, the prize pool will be divided equally among them. If there are no winners in a particular game, the prize pool for that game will carry over to the next game.