👊 A question receives ALL Validations (no Rejects), but turns out to be wrong on the final review by us.
This can happen if some smartypants group hijacks a validation pack and validates all questions without actually regarding if they are right or wrong. We call it throwing spaghetti against the wall. Something may stick.
And that’s why we have a final review stage, including the review by developers who integrated Free TON on CEX.IO. If the final review concludes that the question is wrong by the way it is asked – nobody gets a reward.
Result: no one gets a reward, neither a creator, nor validators.
👊 A question receives SOME Validations and SOME Rejects, but turns out to be wrong on the final review by us.
This can happen if some people in the mix are paying more attention than others. Some are doing it seriously and some, just for rewards.
Result: only those who rightfully rejected the question will get a reward. The creator does not get a reward.
👊 A question receives SOME Validations and SOME Rejects, and turns out to be right on the final review by us.
This scenario can take place for the same reasons as the one above. After all, nobody knows everything.
Result: only those who rightfully Validated the question and also answered it correctly (up to 3 validators) PLUS the creator will get the reward.
👊 A question receives ALL Rejects, but seems to be alright for us on the final review.
There can be merit in this, and we may be deeply confused 🤪. Or some validators decided to exploit the program by rejecting all questions at bulk (throwing a different kind of spaghetti).
Since we only want to reward the effort that looks reasonable, our developers, who integrated Free TON into the CEX.IO ecosystem, will have the final word.
Result: if the question is right – only the question creator gets the reward; if the question is wrong – those who rightfully reject it will get a reward.
Yea, all these scenarios to follow! But here’s the most scientifically designed table to keep them in mind and make it easy: