Parcels are the most critical NFTs in Heavenland; Parcel Buckets describe the state when the Parcel owner merges two or more adjacent Parcels to create a larger, continuous block. Parcel Bucket should impart the individual Parcels with superior qualities, including supporting more prominent buildings (in height, depth and area) and increasing staking opportunities.
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Parcel Bucket NFTs are described by ten attributes. Nine of these are derived from Parcel NFT attributes; one extra attribute defines what Parcels the Parcel Bucket consists of.
Since all Parcels in the Parcel Bucket must be from the same Cluster, values of Zone and Sub-Zone attributes of Parcel Bucket are the same as those of all of its Parcels.
The High-Traffic attribute in Parcel Bucket shows how many Parcels in Parcel Bucket are marked as High-Traffic.
The Coordinate attribute of Parcel Bucket is the arithmetical average of the coordinates in the centre of each Parcel in the Parcel Bucket.
Max Height of the Parcel Bucket is the maximum of Max Heights of all of its Parcels. Merging a Parcel with a Parcel with a bigger Max Height increases the Parcel’s Max Height. In addition to this bonus, the Parcel Bucket receives a percentage bonus to the Max Height depending on the number of Parcels it contains. The bonus is summarized in the table below. When adding the bonus to Parcel’s Max Height, the resulting Height in meters is always rounded up to whole meters.
In addition, if Parcel Bucket forms a whole Parcel block (i.e. there is no chance to add another parcel to the Parcel Bucket), Parcel Bucket receives an additional 10% bonus.
Max Depth works the same way. Note that Max Height and Max Depth define the limits for the amount of HTO that can be staked on the Parcel, so how these values increase during merge is crucial for the economy.
|2-3||1% per parcel|
|4-5||1.5% per parcel|
|6-8||2% per parcel|
|9-13||2.5% per parcel|
|14+||3% per parcel max 50%|
The Drill Through attribute in Parcel Bucket shows how many Parcels in Parcel Bucket are marked as Drill Through.
This attribute shows how many Parcel the Parcel Bucket contains and unambiguously defines those Parcels by their IDs and cartesian coordinates.
Merging and Dividing system is possible through Heavenland’s dapp. After connecting your wallet, the dapp shows you possible actions you can perform. Each action comes with its price and takes some time to execute since many things happen in the backend.
Heavenland defines treasury address for merging and dividing, which collects all the Parcels included in any Parcel Bucket. If you perform a merge operation with a Parcel, you send the Parcel to the treasury. If you perform a divide operation with a Parcel, you receive the Parcel from the treasury.
All merging and dividing operations create or destroy the Parcel Bucket, which happens automatically. The operation comes with a cost comprised of flat and margin parts. The flat part is to cover expenses for the related blockchain transactions, margin part to underscore the increase in the Parcel Bucket value compared to the values of Parcels it contains. Everything that is paid goes to Heavenland's Treasury Pool.
Flat and margin fees are subject to change in the future, and all the changes will be announced in advance so everyone can act accordingly before any change comes into force.
This operation takes two adjacent Parcels and merges them into a single Parcel Bucket. Both Parcels are sent to the treasury, and a new Parcel Bucket is created. Fee for this opperation is derived from Parcel’s avgHeight (their average Max Height) and avgDepth (their average Max Depth)
Fee: 50 HTO + 5 HTO * (avgHeight + avgDepth)
This operation takes a Parcel adjacent to a Parcel Bucket to include it in the Bucket. Both Parcel and Parcel Bucket are sent to treasury, and a new Parcel Bucket is created. The fee for this operation is derived from avgHeight (average Max Height of all parcels engaged), avgDepth (average Max Depth of all parcels engaged) and M (number of parcels in the Parcel Bucket)
Fee: 50 HTO + 5 HTO * M * (avgHeight + avgDepth)
This operation takes two adjacent Parcel Buckets and merges them into a single Parcel Bucket. Both Parcel Buckets are sent to the treasury, and a new Parcel Bucket is created. The fee for this operation is derived from avgHeight (average Max Height of all parcels engaged), avgDepth (average Max Depth of all parcels engaged), M (number of parcels in the first Parcel Bucket) and N (number of parcels in the second Parcel Bucket).
Fee: 50 HTO + 5 HTO * M * N * (avgHeight + avgDepth)