WebWise Pad lottery and ticket distribution mechanics

The description of the mechanics of how the WebWise Pad works is a handy guide to how the lottery and ticket distribution works on our site. In this section, we will describe this process using clear examples.

Let's imagine that a new project called TEST has appeared on the WebWise Pad launchpad and has a token of the same name. We know the following about the TEST project:

  • The project allocation is $10,000

  • Number of winning tickets – 100

  • Number of tickets available for payment – 50

  • One winning ticket gives the right to buy an allocation for $200.

  • There are three users: A, B and C.

  • WebWise Telegram Wallet balances of participating users:

A – 10 000 USDT

B – 2 500 USDT

C – 170 USDT


In the Subscription phase, all three users fulfill the conditions of having a minimum number* of USDT in their WebWise Telegram Wallet.

* For this example, the minimum number of USDT on your WebWise Telegram Wallet to participate in the TEST project on the WebWise Pad Launchpad is 100 USDT.


During the Hold phase, each user maintained the existing balance on their WebWise Telegram Wallet, so the average balance turned out to be equal.

At the Ticket Distribution stage, users received:

A – 100 tickets

B – 25 tickets

C – 1 ticket


At the beginning of the Lottery stage, it is necessary to remember that certain multipliers affect the chance of a regular ticket becoming a winning one:

  • from a minimum number of USDT to participate, the success multiplier gives + 10%

  • from 1 000 USDT, the success multiplier gives + 20%

  • from 2 500 USDT, the success multiplier gives + 30%

  • over 5 000 USDT, the success multiplier gives + 40% + 1 guaranteed winning ticket

Because users with significant balances have a higher success multiplier, there was initially a high probability that such users would pick up most of the winning tickets. This, in turn, would prevent other users from participating and purchasing an allocation.

Because of this, it was decided to make a cyclic determination of the winning tickets among all users:

  • The algorithm starts the analysis from the largest holder to the minor holders (with the minimum USDT holding amount on the WebWise Telegram Wallet).

  • From the beginning, the algorithm analyzes users with a balance of 5 000 USDT or more.

  • As soon as the user gets one winning ticket, the algorithm switches to the following user and repeats itself.

When the analysis of all users holding 5 000 USDT or more in their WebWise Telegram Wallet is complete, users with balances of 2 500 USDT or more are checked. Then the algorithm repeats the above-described scheme and moves on to users with balances higher than 1 000 USDT.

Thus, eventually, the algorithm begins analyzing users whose balance is higher than the minimum amount required by the project.


The next step starts a cycle where the algorithm repeats all the above steps. The algorithm begins to reanalyze all users' tickets holding 5 000 USDT or more, except for tickets already won from users.

The algorithm then moves on to the subsequent users by balance spread and repeats the process until the number of winning tickets previously defined for the project is reached.

Here's an example:

User A received 100 tickets and is guaranteed 1 winning ticket among all their tickets. Accordingly, in the next step of determining the winning ticket, the algorithm will choose from only 99 tickets.

Next, the algorithm moves on to user B. They have 25 tickets, which is quite a large number, and the success multiplier is 30%. With such a large number of tickets, the probability of the user not getting the winning tickets is small, but it is still there. Suppose the user receives one winning ticket. For the next round, there are 24 left.

Let's move on to user C. The user has only one ticket and a small success multiplier. The user still has a chance of getting a ticket, but for example, we will assume that their only ticket lost the lottery draw. At this point, the user did not get the winning ticket. But they still have that same ticket for the next cycle.

The cycle then repeats until the maximum number of winning tickets is accumulated. Tickets are determined randomly, so we can also assume by chance that users received the following number of winning tickets (with 40 cycles of selecting winners):

A – 33 winning tickets

B – 16 winning tickets

C – 1 winning ticket


A short formula for determining the probability of an regular ticket becoming a winning ticket:

For 5 000 USDT and higher:

IS_WINNING_TICKET = random([[True, 40], [False, 60]])

*40 - the probability that the ticket will be the winning one

**60 - the probability that the ticket will not win

For 2 500 USDT and higher:

IS_WINNING_TICKET = random([[True, 30], [False, 70]])

For 1 000 USDT and higher:

IS_WINNING_TICKET = random([[True, 20], [False, 80]])

From minimum USDT balance and above:

IS_WINNING_TICKET = random([[True, 10], [False, 90]])


The WebWise Pad Lottery is one of our launchpad's mechanics that allows multiplying your capital by withholding a certain amount of USDT. Purchase tickets, compete for an allocation, and win!

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