The 50% Rule: How Does It Work?

50% Rule
WEWE 50% Rule

 

The 50% rule is fundamental to the WEWE referral scheme and Kryptohodlers community believes that every user must know it to do the best in their business and get the highest rewards. How does it work; And what if the rule doesn’t exist?

 

WEWE has a bonus program that contains many bonuses:

  • Instant bonus
  • Infinity bonus
  • Matching bonuses
  • Global Pool Bonus
  • Bonus rewards
  • Car program bonus

+ Quick Start Bonus, which is a temporary promotional bonus.

50% Rule
50% Rule – Bonus Rewards

 

If an IWA wants to qualify for Career Ranking and Monthly Commissioner Ranking, they must respect the 50% rule.

 

What could happen without the 50% rule?

The purpose of the 50% rule is to incentivize users to have more legs/lines, rather than focusing on just one leg. Additionally, it prevents a user who is no longer working from receiving rewards from a person in their network who is, instead, performing a great activity.

Stanley starts his referral business at WEWE. He has no remarkable results, but one day he signs Kelly to his network, who turns out to be a master of referral marketing and becomes his best leg (highest turnover leg/line).

Kelly signs up a lot of people who make hundreds of purchases and Stanley enjoys it too because he gets network commissions.

Stanley realizes that he had a large fortune thanks to her and decides to relax and not look for other immediate people for his team. Indeed, he just stops following Kelly to work, but she continues regardless.

Stanley is no longer working and lives on income from Kelly’s job.

Is this fair? No. A sponsor should deserve the rewards and not live off the work of others. The 50% rule prevents situations like Stanley and Kelly’s.

 

How does 50% rule work for infinite bonus and reward bonus?

In these two bonuses, there is a turnover target.

→ In short, the 50% rule is: the best leg can contribute up to 50% of the goal.

 

Here is an example of an IWA targeting the 5 Star Monthly Director Ranking:

Monthly 5 Star Director Ranking is 25,000 WEWE network turnover. Regan has 4 direct members and below them deeper levels. This means Regan has 4 legs on her team.

  • The first leg has a total turnover of 40,000 WEWE.
  • The second leg has a total turnover of 10,000 WEWE.
  • The third leg has a total turnover of 20,000 WEWE.
  • The fourth leg has a total turnover of 3,000 WEWE.
  • The best leg is the one with 40,000 WEWE turnover.

The best leg can only contribute 50% to the Monthly Commission Ranking goal. In this case, the goal is 25,000 WEWE for a 5-Star Director: 50% of 25,000 is 12,500, so the 40,000 best leg only counts for 12,500 WEWE.

The other branches are considered as having their turnover.

So what is the total turnover? Did Regan hit his Monthly Commissionable Rank Director 5 Stars goal?

  • 12,500 + 10,000 + 20,000 + 3,000 = 45,500 WEWE

Yes, Regan reached and exceeded his 25,000 WEWE goal!

 

What happens if the Monthly Commissioner Rank is not reached?

Next month, Regan is still a 5-Star Career Rank Manager, and then aims to reach a 5-Star Monthly Manager Rank, 25,000 turnover on the WEWE network.

Her team worked badly this month, the results are:

  • The first leg has a total turnover of 40,000 WEWE.
  • The second leg has a total turnover of 3,500 WEWE.
  • The third leg has a total turnover of 2,000 WEWE.
  • The fourth leg has a total turnover of 1,000 WEWE.
  • The best leg is the one with 40,000 WEWE turnover.

The platform system calculates whether Regan has met the Monthly Commissionable Rank Director 5 Stars requirements. For Director 5 Stars, the goal is 25,000 WEWE, 50% of 25,000 is 12,500, so the 40,000 best leg will only count for 12,500 WEWE.

  • 12,500 + 3,500 + 2,000 + 1,000 = 19,000 WEWE

No, Regan did not reach his goal of 25,000 WEWE. what is happening now

The system is recalculated with the 4 Star Manager Monthly Ranking target. If Regan has not been able to meet the requirements for the desired rank, she may have reached the lower rank.

With the recalculation, it should be taken into account that the Monthly Commissioner Ranking target has changed: for Director 4 Stars it is 10,000 WEWE turnover network.

In the recalculation, then the total of 50% of the best leg changes: for Director 4 Stars 50% of 10,000 WEWE is 5,000 WEWE. If the IWA did not meet the conditions, the system checks whether the turnover is sufficient for minor ranks and so on and the 50% rule applies every time.

 

So the calculation for Director 4 Stars would be:

The best leg is the one with 40,000 WEWE turnover and the maximum for the 50% rule for Director 4 Stars is 5,000.

  • 5,000 + 3,500 + 2,000 + 1,000 = 11,500 WEWE

The monthly rank goal for Director 4 Stars has been reached!

What if Regan didn’t even reach his Director 4 Stars goal? The system would have recalculated for Director 3 Stars, and therefore with a new and lower maximum best leg turnover.

 

50% rule for fast start bonus

For the Quick Start Bonus, IWA must make a minimum of 1000 WEWE turnover to receive the bonus. Other than the minimum, there is no fixed target, so the 50% rule applies differently to how it works with the Infinity Bonus and Reward Bonus.

→ In short, the highest turnover, which can be the best leg or the sum of the other legs, is reduced to the lowest amount, which can be the best leg or the sum of the other legs.

 

Let’s look at some examples:

2 Legs

Yannis has two direct legs. One direct has a turnover of 8,000 WEWE and the other 5,000 WEWE.

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The calculation with the 50% rule is applied as follows:

  • 5,000 + 8000 5,000 = 10,000 WEWE total turnover

This is because the best leg of 8,000 is reduced to the lowest value of the other leg, 5,000.

More than 2 legs:

Jamie has 4 legs in his net.

  • The first leg has a total turnover of 5,000 WEWE.
  • The second leg has a total turnover of 2,000 WEWE.
  • The third leg has a total turnover of 1,000 WEWE.
  • The fourth leg has a total turnover of 1,000 WEWE.

The best leg is 5,000 and the sum of the other legs is 4,000. The best leg has the highest value, so it reduces to 4,000 as the sum of the other legs.

The calculation with the 50% rule applied is:

  • 4,000 + 4,000 = 8,000 WEWE of the total turnover.

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Yannis has 4 legs in his net:

  • The first leg has a total turnover of 5,000 WEWE.
  • The second leg has a total turnover of 3,000 WEWE.
  • The third leg has a total turnover of 4,000 WEWE.
  • The fourth leg has a total turnover of 2,000 WEWE.

The best leg is 5,000 and the sum of the other legs is 9,000. The best leg has the lowest value, so it is the value of the sum of the other legs that drops to the best leg amount. 9,000 will be counted as 5,000.

The calculation with the 50% rule applied is:

  • 5,000 + 5,000 = 10,000 WEWE of the total turnover.

Now that you know how the WEWE 50% rule works, share this expertise with your team!

 

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