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The New Challenges Structure
The way the Zoop challenges branch out now has changed, and we now have them categorized into different classes: Standard challenges, Unlockable challenges, and Seasonal challenges.
Standard challenges are those that you automatically gain access to participate in as soon as you create your Zoop account. These challenges include completing profile set-up, first deposit, first referral, first edition purchase, and collecting to connect. Meeting these challenges will earn users reward points and badges.
The second class of challenges is Unlockable challenges. They are locked and unavailable until you reach certain milestones. That includes attaining a specific number of points or gaining a particular badge. Only then will you be able to participate in these challenges. An example is the 10,000 reward points and above challenge hub, which only becomes available after a user gathers 10,000 reward points.
Lastly, there are Seasonal challenges. Just as the name suggests, the challenge is seasonal and only available for a specific period for specific events. A reality tv-show challenge is tied to the reality show; a sports challenge is tied and only available during that event.
Complete Challenges to Earn Badges
For every challenge completed, you get a badge. As part of the evolution of the Zoop platform, badges for each challenge have grades that participants must complete. For example, the collect-to-connect challenge has eight grades, requiring users to collect a specific number of editions. That means that users need to collect five editions to earn the grade 1 badge. The grade 2 badge will require collecting ten editions. This will continue until the eighth and final grade of the badge for that challenge is reached.
Think of grades as ranks that each user has to attain in their strive to complete the Zoop challenges. Other users can see each badge grade achieved by each user in the profile section.
Users with high engagement on the Zoop platform will have more badges to display on their profiles.
There are communities for badge earners that come with perks and benefits. Let's say a particular challenge is created for a celebrity, for example, the ‘John Smith Collect to Connect’ challenge. Users participating in this challenge must collect John’s editions to gain a badge. Earning that badge will give users access to the super-fan community, among other perks. In summary, only the John’s challenge badge earner will be able to access and engage with the John badge community.
Let’s break down the corresponding rewards for some of the challenges. For the refer friends challenge, your first referral earns you 2000 reward points and your first badge. The next grade of this challenge will earn you 4000 reward points after you have reached five referrals. By the time you get 15 referrals, you will earn 12,000 reward points.
Another example is the login streak challenge. Once you log in the first time, you earn 50 reward points and the grade 1 badge. A seven-day log-in streak will make the user 300 reward points and another badge. It goes on to the next until you reach a 365 log-in streak, earning you 7000 reward points and the final grade badge.
The daily trade streak challenge also starts with the 1-day streak that earns users 100 reward points and a grade 1 badge and ends with the 365 days trade streak. That is the last level of the challenge that makes users the most reward points and the top grade badge.
In an effort to provide more fun, the Zoop trading cards game has come up with a way of engaging the platform through its exciting challenges and appealing emblems. In addition, users get to interact with their favorite celebrities and other super-fans from around the world.