Compared to modern computers, the original IBM PC was a basic, yet well-engineered machine. The IBM PC NFT Experience reflects that simplicity in its Staking and Rewards program.
- Each sticker carries a staking power that is associated with its rarity.
- Stickers can be assembled into one of several Computer Rig configurations.
- When in a Computer Rig, staking power is doubled (2X).
- Computer Rigs built from Black Edition PC stickers will double staking power again (4X).
NOTE: Individual stickers can ONLY be staked in conjunction with a SilverBacked PC sticker, with one required per staking account. SilverBacked PC sticker is NOT required for full Computer Rigs.
All stickers (except for the two utility stickers – “NFT Stickers” and “SilverBacked PC”) may be staked for rewards. As the sticker rarity increases, typically so does its staking power (there are a few exceptions to this, just to make the staking math work out). Common Upgrade stickers are rarer than PC stickers, so they have a higher staking power. Likewise, Rare Upgrades are even rarer, followed by Elite Upgrades. Staking power is typically inversely correlated to rarity (adjusted to whole numbers to keep things simple).
Note that stickers are rated by rarity as: Common, Rare, Super Rare, and Elite. The rarity corresponds to the probability of getting the sticker from a pack. The staking power of the sticker is noted in its attributes, and may in some cases be different than the chart below.