WARNING: You must contact the Service Team of Crowdholding to assist you on setting up a competition challenge. The evaluation board is designed only for the project admin to vote, and this function can only be enabled by the Service Team.

Introduction

A competition challenge often consist with more than one tasks. Each task has different difficulties, hence each task has different amount of reward. Usually, a competition challenge is often formed by problem-solving tasks.

In a competition challenge, for participants who completed all tasks with the most votes will be awarded with extra reward.

Structures

An example of a 3 in 1 competition challenge can be illustrated below:

Task 1: The easy task.
(Everybody can vote, default setting)
It often contains easy questions which most people from the public can answer.
The reward of this task is the lowest.

Task 2: The medium task.
(Everybody can vote, default setting)
It often contains questions which requires answers from people who has experienced the industry.
The reward of this task is the medium.

Task 3: The hard task.
(Everybody can vote, default setting)
It often requires answers from experts of the industry.
The reward of this task is the highest.

Task 4: The evaluation board.
(Only admin can vote, contact the Service team to enable this function)
This is designed to award the Crowdholder who has completed all task with the most votes.

Example:

The best example is the Project Whalesburg's competition challenge.

  1. Whalesburg Competiton - Mining QNR Tier One 1/3 ( EASY )
  2. Whalesburg Competiton - Mining QNR Tier Two 2/3 ( MEDIUM )
  3. Whalesburg Competiton - Mining QNR Tier Three 3/3 ( HARD )
  4. Whalesburg Mining QNR Competition Task: Final Evaluation

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