Maximizing accessibility in the MoveZ ecosystem
MoveZ is designed to be as open and accessible as possible. This means we've carefully considered how to ensure that everybody can fairly participate in the move-to-earn economy without diluting rewards or causing excess NFT burden.
To help accomplish this, MoveZ will provide several access routes to participants:
We anticipate that, at least initially, a large proportion of users participating in the MoveZ ecosystem will own and stake their NFTs directly. These will be accessible but still somewhat scarce, ensuring that rewards cannot be monopolized by just a small proportion of users.
To help make MoveZ more accessible to users with limited disposable income, MoveZ will include a powerful NFT marketplace, which will include a simplified lending system that allows NFT holders to easily and securely lend out their NFTs to other users in return for an agreed proportion of the rewards it can be used to generate. This lending system will be similar to delegation, ensuring ownership remains with the initial holder, while its utility is delegated to the borrower.
MoveZ will provide a powerful sub-account feature that will allow corporations, working groups, community groups, and more to easily onboard, incentivize and coordinate their participants. This will allow a single (or multiple) top-level account/s to purchase and hold NFTs while delegating their utility to one or more sub-accounts (group members). This will ensure firms, gyms, hobbyist groups, and more can work to improve the fitness of their members while simplifying their on-boarding process.
In a later version of the application, users will be able to pay a small one-time fee to fractionalize their NFT. These fractional NFTs can then be sold, traded, or loaned to other users to divide up the earning potential of NFTS — further reducing barriers to entry. This system will ensure MoveZ remains accessible given that the NFT supply will always be limited.
The MoveZ application will be available on a global basis. However, users in the United States, Albania, Barbados, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Haiti, Iran, Jamaica, Morocco, Myanmar (Burma), Nicaragua, Pakistan, Panama, Philippines, Senegal, South Sudan, Syria, Thailand, Uganda, and Yemen, Zimbabwe. will be restricted to simple fitness tracking functionality. Move-to-earn features will be unavailable in these regions.