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GeocachinGo's revenue model is designed to ensure the sustainability and growth of the platform while benefiting both the project and its community. Our diverse revenue sources align with our mission
1. Genesis NFT Sale of Wishbones:
- GeocachinGo offers an exclusive opportunity for investors through the sale of Genesis NFTs, notably the Wishbone.
2. NFT Marketplace Transaction Fees:
- Our NFT Marketplace facilitates the trading, selling, and purchasing of in-game assets. The platform strategically collects a small percentage fee from each transaction, contributing to the project's revenue generation.
3. In-Game Store for User Engagement:
- GeocachinGo enhances the user experience through an in-game store, allowing in-app purchases. Users can access a wide range of seasonal cosmetic items, clothing, and more. These transactions supplement the project's overall revenue stream.
4. Monetizing Noise Pollution Data:
- GeocachinGo actively collects and provides noise pollution data. This valuable, hyperlocal information is sold to industries and organizations interested in understanding and mitigating noise pollution. This initiative generates additional revenue for the platform, while contributors can earn a passive income from their data.
Ways Noise Pollution Data Will Be Monetized:
- Real Estate Industry: Property developers, agents, and buyers leverage noise pollution data to make informed decisions about property investments, taking into account noise levels in specific areas.
- Gastronomy and Hotel Industry: Restaurants, bars, and hotels use the data to identify quieter locations or implement soundproofing solutions, attracting customers seeking a peaceful environment.
- Well-being Industry: Companies in the well-being sector use the data to target customers in areas with high noise pollution, aiding their marketing efforts.
- Insurance Industry: Insurance companies assess the risk of health issues related to noise pollution, potentially influencing insurance premiums for individuals and businesses in noisier areas.
- Government and City Planning: Authorities use the data to identify areas with high noise pollution levels and develop targeted mitigation strategies, enhancing urban environments.
- Academic Institutions: Researchers and educational institutions use the data to study the effects of noise pollution on public health, urban planning, and other relevant fields, advancing knowledge in these areas.