GOGA Whitepaper

Battery Cycle System

GOGA NFT will need a positive Battery in order to receive a reward of $GGT. When Battery = 0, you still can learn but will not receive reward tokens.
GOGA NFT is a robot therefore its battery will be reduced after every Learn and Earn (L&E) activity. Before the battery drop to 0%, you can recharge it to optimize your Earning
Each time you recharge, Battery will back to 100%. When your NFT reaches Maximum Battery Cycle (the maximum times your battery can be recharged), you can not recharge the battery anymore.
Why is there a Maximum Battery Cycle?
  • Require learners to optimize their English learning journey within the allowable limit to reach their goals, yet flexible.
  • Help GOGA's economy be more sustainable in the long term.
The Battery Cycle limit will allow learners to schedule their own learning plan which suits them. Maximum Battery Cycle is designed generously enough for you to learn and experience thousands of lessons in the GOGA app daily.
Based on our learner's data in the last 5 years. The group of learners with a continuous learning routine has higher results in our End of Course Tests and it’s still working at your own pace.
The limited lifespan of GOGA's Battery also helps to stabilize GOGA’s Economy in the long term. The Maximum Battery Cycle Count can help all stakeholders forecast and manage the amount of time and reward in their Learning Journey.
How it works
When a new GOGA is minted, its battery is at 100%. This percentage will decrease after each successful L&E activity. Battery drain will vary depending on the quality of GOGA. This means the higher the GOGA quality, the less battery drain, and vice versa. When the battery is low, the player can charge the battery at any time and it will be counted as 1 charge. Each GOGA will only have a limit of “N times” recharge.
(except the Genesis GOGA series which will have an unlimited number of recharges)