Understanding Value Pools and Allocation

We employ Tiers and Distribution Models as strategic tools for enriching each tier with curated value. This begins with a specific allocation for each tier, determined by the number of watches planned for inclusion, according to the Distribution Model in action. Our aim is to allocate watches across tiers in a manner that closely mirrors the designated initial value pool for each. For instance, when 10 watches are allocated to a tier, we calculate their average total value. This average then guides the equitable and appealing distribution of watches within the tier's value range.

Distribution Allocation Notes:

In events where fewer than the maximum number of NFTs are minted, DWC employs a flexible approach to ensure fair and proportional distribution of luxury watches across the tiers. This means the actual number of watches allocated per tier may adjust to reflect the total mints. For example, if only 5 NFTs are minted in a model planned for 100, the distribution and tier allocation are recalibrated to maintain the integrity of the value collected, ensuring that every participant still receives a watch commensurate with the tier system. This adaptive strategy guarantees that regardless of the total number of mints, the value and distribution fairness remain consistent, embodying DWC’s dedication to transparency and equity in every minting event.

DWC's Commitment:

DWC reserves the right to make these adjustments as necessary, ensuring that the value pool within each tier remains as consistent and rewarding as possible.

Through this nuanced understanding of value pools and allocation, DWC aims to provide a transparent experience for buyers, reinforcing our dedication to quality.

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