STAKES GAMEPLAY

HOW TO PLAY

All you need to do is make predictions and wager on your friends’ predictions! It’s simple:

  • To make a prediction, tap the purple    icon in the bottom-right corner and select “Create A Question” 
  • To make a regular post without any wagers, select “Create A Post”
  • To wager on someone else’s prediction, just tap on the option you want to choose, pick how many coins you want to wager, and you’re in business!

GAME INFORMATION

Coins

Coins are the currency of the Stakes app. Right now, they’re only used for wagering on predictions, but you’ll be able to do much more with them soon. Users are automatically given 10 coins per day, but they can be earned in several other ways, including:

  • Correctly making a prediction
  • Placing in the top three on the weekly leaderboard
  • Logging into Stakes each day
  • Inviting a friend to play Stakes
  • Leaving a five-star review — send a screenshot to info@playwithstakes.com!

Wagers and Payouts

This isn’t quite like your everyday sports betting — the amount you win depends on how much you wager, how many people wager, and how many people wager correctly. When a prediction is resolved, the pot is split between the winners proportional to how much they wagered. The more you wager, the more you win!

'CALLED IT' MOMENTS AND NFTS

HOW TO WIN

SIGNATURE 'CALLED IT' NFTS

Ever wish you had a trophy for winning a sports bet? Called It Moments are special NFTs awarded to users who wager correctly on certain predictions made for the designated Stakes Featured Game of the Day. NFTs may also be awarded at the discretion of Stakes content managers for successful predictions deemed rare and difficult — or just plain cool!

NFT FAQ

Each Called It NFT falls into one of three rarity tiers: Common, Rare, and Legendary. The NFT’s rarity is determined by how many players answer correctly. A Called It Moment is:

1-star (common) if 20% to 10.1% wagered correctly

2-stars (rare) if 10% to 5.1% wagered correctly

3-stars (legendary) if 5% or fewer are wagered correctly

We’re thrilled to be working on partnerships with several notable sports influencers for a series of unique NFTs available to win for their fans and other Stakes players. Stay tuned for more details coming soon!

When you win a Stakes NFT, it can be viewed in the Trophy Case section of your profile. They will be safely held in the Stakes crypto-wallet on OpenSea until you choose to claim them. To transfer your Stakes NFTs to your own personal crypto-wallet:

 

  1. navigate to your profile
  2. Go to ‘Trophies’
  3. Tap on the NFT you wish to withdraw
  4. Tap ‘Withdraw’ and complete the following steps. 

The Token ID is the number that identifies your NFT among the other editions minted.

The transaction ID is a confirmation that the NFT is minted on the blockchain. Each time the same NFT is transferred or sold to a new wallet, a different transaction ID is created as a proof of transaction.

“Total minted” is the number of editions of this unique NFT that appear on the blockchain. The number of NFTs minted corresponds with the number of users who were awarded the associated Called It Moment.

Like any other NFT, the value of any NFT is determined by its popularity and rarity. Therefore there is no fixed value on any NFT and the value can fluctuate based on the communities interest.

OTHER FAQs

Check the “Results” tab in the middle of the bar at the bottom of the screen in the app. What else can you find in the Results tab?

 

Pending shows all the predictions you’ve wagered on that have yet to be resolved.

Settled is where you can find the predictions you’ve wagered on that have already been decided and paid out.

My Questions displays all of your predictions that have yet to be resolved.

Settled Questions displays all of your settled, past predictions.

A post can be any form of content such as a message, an image, a video, a link etc. Think of posts as Tweets. You can not wager on Posts.

 

Questions are any form of content that other Stakes users can wager on. 

Applications for verification are not currently open, though they will be in the near future.

Yes. Visit the profile of the user you’d like to block and click the three dots under their bio. There you’ll find the option to block them.

Have additional questions? Hit us up on our Discord server and we'll answer your questions ASAP

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