Today we’re glad to unveil a brand new feature on Pianity: the Leaderboards. You’ll find a new page on the website ranking the best collectors in real-time: in number of NFTs collectors, the top buyers, or top bidders. The TOP3 in each category receives a reward in $PIA!
Each week, you can earn up to 10,000 $PIA!
Become a Pianity Leader and earn $PIA.
As we’re building a community-driven music platform, the Leaderboards represent a keystone in our mission. The Leaderboards reward the most active users over the week, each Sunday at midnight CEST, the Top-3 leaders in the different categories will respectively receive:
1st : 2000 $PIA
2nd: 1000 $PIA
3rd: 500 $PIA
The $PIA will be automatically credited to your wallet on Monday.
5 ways to be a leader:
1 — Top Collectors: who buys the most NFTs
The first ranking rewards the best collectors on the number of NFTs purchased during the week on the primary market. The leaderboard calculates in real-time who has the most extensive collection of NFTs, no matter their worth. It’s only how many NFTs you have in your collection that will make you a leader!
2— Top Secondary Collectors: who buys the most NFTs
The first ranking rewards the best collectors on the number of NFTs purchased during the week on the secondary market.
3 — Top buyers: who spends the most
Another way to be ranked as a leader is having the highest collection value. You may have only a few NFTs, but their worth can take you up to the first stage of the podium. At the end of the week, what matters is how much you’re supporting musicians and investing in their music.
4 — Top Bidders: who bids the most often
The top 3 who bids the most often on the auctions will be ranked in our leaderboards. What counts is the number of bids made over the week, not the value of them.
5- Top moderator: who successfully reports the most songs on Pianity
But to make it safe both for artists and collectors, we enabled members to report a track that doesn’t commit to our guidelines, and we implemented a new leaderboard to reward the most active Moderators. Each time a you report a track that is subsequently deleted from Pianity, you get 1 point. On the other hand, if a you report a track that isn’t supposed to be removed, you lose a point.