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How to Count Your Tickets

There are 3 types of positions that will be counted in the Lottery, with 3 different formulas each.
  • Longest Position
  • Other Positions
  • Liquidated Positions
Longest Position
Other Positions
Liquidated Position
The longest position is any position that was opened at any time during the lottery duration.
ℹ️ Note: The longest position can be a closed position. However, it cannot be liquidated for it to be counted as the longest position. Your ticket count might change depending if:
  • Your position has been liquidated or;
  • You have only one position during the lottery duration and that position has been liquidated. In that case, your tickets will be calculated under the Liquidated Position formula.
These positions are positions that have been opened during the lottery period and are not the longest position. These positions can be closed positions, but not liquidated positions.
ℹ️ Note: Other positions can be closed positions. However, it cannot be liquidated for it to be counted in this formula. Your ticket count might change depending if:
  • Your position has been liquidated or;
  • You have only one position during the lottery duration and that position has been liquidated. In that case, your tickets will be calculated under the Liquidated Position formula.