Roam NFT Overview

Every purchase of a Roam NFT supports the deployment of a Roam router, which provides access to a global WiFi OpenRoaming network. In return for their support, the NFT gives users ongoing rewards via three Web3 utilities: cloud mining, NFT staking, and OG community status.

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Cloud Mining

Each Roam Genesis NFT secures the rights to the point yields generated by a Roam router. Each router verifies on-chain web credentials in a mining process to provide access to Roam’s OpenRoaming WiFi network. The size of point yields depends on the number of verifications the given router executes, so to maximize returns, NFT-pegged routers are located in areas with high WiFi traffic. Roam Points from NFT cloud mining will become stakeable for the Roam Token after Roam’s IDO.

The Roam miners pegged to the NFTs are fully maintained and powered by Roam, so NFT holders don’t accrue any of the operating costs associated with mining. After the initial investment in the NFT, users will earn Roam Points as a form of reward. However, after the token, IDO NFTs will be stakeable directly for the Roam tokens.

NFT Staking

The Genesis NFT can also be staked for rewards. This involves simply depositing the NFT into Roam’s staking pool, where it remains inaccessible to the holder until they choose to withdraw it from staking.

When a pool is open, holders stake their NFT on the Roam staking site, and will receive Roam Points for each day their NFT is staked. Holders can withdraw their NFT from the pool at any time, but need to wait until it closes to obtain their staking rewards. This article explains how to stake your Roam NFT.

OG Community Membership Pass

The Genesis NFT is also proof of OG membership status in the Roam community, which comes with the following benefits:

-VIP status at special events held by Roam and its partners

-Special airdrops from GameFi partners

-Boosted mining incomes from defi partners

-Discounted price for using Roam WiFi network for business

-Stronger voting rights in community governance

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