A card for newbies I'll keep updating this AMA about Sola (maybe mostly about SOL)
Votes are not directly proportional to how much SOL your content earns. Every user, with their every action, creates some economic value for the service. This defines the amount of SOL that the user will distribute with their vote. With their votes, users define the proportion of SOL distribution.
Post something that will interest other users and get involved in the discussions. If other users like your content then chances are that they will vote for your content. With more votes, the card spreads to more users. This raises the chances for content to earn more SOL. If you keep on making quality content and get more involved in healthy discussions, other users may also prioritise you.
Again, votes are not directly proportional to how much SOL you earn. You can have hundreds of users on this platform vote your content and you'd be still earning very less SOL. Take a look at anyone's profile. You can see how much votes they have received and how much SOL they have earned.
Write an email to email@example.com and mention your sola account details and the account details of the person you referred.
No. You can vote any card between 1-100 votes and any comment between 1-10 votes. Voting doesn't cost SOL.
Just go through https://sola.ai/docs/termsofservice.html and read them and follow. Basically, no spam, no porn, no insults, etc. etc.
The reading shows an estimate of how much SOL you will earn from that post. The SOL earned from a card is added to your Sola in-app wallet when the card expires (after 7 days of posting it).
Withdrawal request is usually processed in two days. Before processing the withdrawal, the user receives a confirmation email to ensure that the user has made a withdrawal request. If you haven't made the withdrawal request, you can stop the withdrawal from being processed.
When the withdrawal is processed, the user receives another email confirming that the requested amount of SOL is transferred to the specified wallet.
SOL is an ERC-20 token. The app you're using should support ERC-20 tokens in order for you to view SOLs. You can visit etherscan.io and enter your wallet address there to view SOLs transferred into your wallet. Open the drop-down menu and select SOL from the list.
Challenges are pre-moderated. If your challenge is accepted, it will appear in your profile under 'Your Challenges'. If it is rejected, the SOL charged for the challenge will be reverted to your wallet.
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