EpiK Protocol
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EpiK Protocol


The Knowledge Mainland Application has grown in leaps and bounds since it was first introduced less THAN 3 months ago as both an earning and a learning platform as this can be attested to by users. The popularity of it can be seen in the number of countries it now supports and the general acceptance from EPKers.

The Knowledge Mainland Application differs a great deal from being just an ordinary gaming application. There have been constant updates on the application and about the application. These updates come in articles dropped periodically to help users have a better experience while using the Knowledge Mainland Application.

Users of the Knowledge Mainland Application know the importance, role and function of the credit scores and as such do not joke with it. To help users better understand the role of credit scores and also to ease new users into the system, the various activities which could cause a decrease in the number of credit scores a user has are identified and explained below. These outlined points can easily be avoided thereby contributing to an exciting time while using the application.


There are guidelines that guide each application with the Knowledge Mainland Application not being an exception. These guidelines are put in place to ensure users have a better gaming experience devoid of any form of issues whatsoever.

In a situation where users complain, it has always been revolving around the scores on the Application. Here, some of these concerns are attended to. Principally, users must note that the Knowledge Mainland Application has a reward and punishment system. Carrying out the daily tasks better and supplying the right answer will provide better data for the AI after such an answer has been verified by the Domain Experts.

Credit scores are an essential part of the Knowledge Mainland Application. The scores are what make up what a user will swap for EPK tokens. As each daily task goes, there are accrued credit scores for it. While correctly getting each question right increases a user’s credit scores, the effect of missing a question adversely affect the credit score base of a user as it reduces if questions are answered carelessly

The level of competition of the game coupled with the need to ensure the answers each user provides is correct makes room for each user to verify the answer of another. Where an answer from a user has been submitted as being right, another user can verify it and report it as wrong. When this happens, the scores of the user who submitted the wrong and now reported answer decreases.

To ensure fairness and to keep the level of competition high, users who answer questions randomly or use several devices to answer questions randomly could trigger the inbuilt anti-cheating system of the Knowledge Mainland Application. When this happens, the credit scores of the affected user will suffer for it as a penalty as it will decrease.

Credit score role cannot be downplayed in the role it plays for a user. The more the credit scores, the more a user stands a chance of sharing in the EPK rewards. That means, a user with less than 60 credit scores cannot share in the 30, 000 EPK rewards on offer. Such users will thus get nothing from exploration.

An account of a user can be titled on the Application. When this happens, it means such a user’s account has a ridiculous low credit score.

To create a level playing field, each user starts with a credit score of 80. As the answer for each question is provided and is accepted to be right by the domain experts, the credit scores will increase thereby qualifying the user to share in the EPK rewards. When the reverse happens, the effect is equally the opposite.




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