Frequently Asked Questions
- 1.What is an airdrop?An airdrop, in the cryptocurrency business, is a marketing stunt that involves sending coins or tokens to wallet addresses in order to promote awareness of a new virtual currency. Small amounts of the new virtual currency are sent to the wallets of active members of the blockchain community for free or in return for a small service, such as retweeting a post sent by the company issuing the currency.
- 2.When are the airdrops going to be?We will be reporting everything related to airdops on the "announcement" channel.
- 4.Where can I find all the information related to the project?We invite you to visit our official website: https://dchess.net/. There you will find our whitepaper, roadmap and all the information related to the project.
- 5.What is a whitepaper? Whitepapers explain the purpose and technology behind a project. They usually provide statistics, diagrams and facts to convince interested investors to purchase the cryptocurrency. Producing a whitepaper is key a step required for a crypto startup to be considered legitimate and professional, as it helps investors understand how a business is different from rivals in the space. Whitepapers differ from litepapers, which tend to be shorter, less technical and easier to understand.
- 6.What is the roadmap and what is it for? A roadmap is a plan with estimated completion dates that show what an organization wants to achieve in the long term. Looking at a roadmap gives you an understanding of what the organization wants to provide to its customers and what it wants to become. You can visit our roadmap on our official website as well as on our whitepaper.
- 7.How will cheating be avoided with engines like stockfish in pvp? Anti-cheating measures are a priority in DCHESS. Luckily our team can focus efforts on this section because, unlike other games, we don't have to worry about the titanic balancing work that drains so much time in other "Play to Earn" platforms. DCHESS is classic chess, it is not touched. We are aware that there are many tools to take advantage in chess games. To counteract this we will make a thorough analysis of each game and compare it with databases to determine suspicious users, games or moves. These will be finally evaluated by team members advised by chess specialists and will be terminated or suspended if cheating efforts are detected (as stated in www.dchess.net/tyc). The internal processes for carrying out this task involve DCHESS confidential information.