When rolling in the queue, the snowball will become bigger and bigger. The snowball's weight grows in the following rules.

The Base Snowball Weight Formula

$Snowballweight_{base}= log _N^{{dif}_{now}}*p*r$

$dif_{now}$ indicates the current difference between the largest ID and the user's kernel ID

$dif_{now} =ID_{all}-ID_{user}+1.1$

$ID_{all}$: The current largest ID

$ID_{user}$: The ID of this kernel

$N$ is the early participants' incentive parameter

$N=1.1+0.1*⌊ID_{user}/100⌋$

$p$ is rolling time rewarding parameter, the details are shown in the following table.

When the rolling hour of a kernel is less than the number shown in the first column, p takes the corresponding value in the last column. For example, when a snowball rolls for 20 hours, p=4.

The longer the snowballs roll in the queue, the heavier the snowballs will be.

The rolling terms shown in bald black font are the 'doubling terms', meaning the rewarding parameter would double once the rolling time reaches this term.

The terms shown in italic blue font are the 'increasing terms', and the rewarding parameter would only increase a little bit.

Rolling hours (t)

Rolling term (x)

Rewarding parameter(p)

8

1

1

16

2

2

32

4

4

64

8

8

128

16

16

192

24

20

256

32

32

320

40

36

384

48

42

448

56

50

512

64

64

576

72

68

640

80

74

704

88

82

768

96

92

792

99

128

$r$ is the modifier parameter

$r=1.15$

Staking Bonus

Users can stake 10 $AA for 33 days for each kernel and get a 30% extra bonus weight.