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PRESTIGE RANK

How does Ujuj ensure fairness? First, our voting algorithm discards extreme votes on both ends of the bell curve.

Secondly, Ujuj recognizes the value of our Global Court members and has created a recognition system for our frequent Global Court members.

The top rank, Supreme Court Judge, actually gets paid $50 daily!

Global Court members with higher ranks (based on voting experience and accuracy) count for more votes than less experienced members. These higher ranking members have demonstrated their ability to understand the nuances of a dispute and to cast their votes toward a fair settlement.

The recognition system includes 6 levels that can be attained.

Juror

Level 1

Everyone starts at this level when they register for Global Court membership

1 vote cast counts for 1 votes

Juror Foreman

Level 2
Have voted on at least 10 cases
Votes average within +/- 15% of actual case outcomes
Shared at least 5 cases
1 vote cast counts as 2 votes

OR
Claimant/Respondent to a Case

District Attorney

Level 3
Have voted on at least 30 cases
Votes average within +/- 10% of actual case outcomes
Shared at least 15 cases
1 vote cast counts as 3 votes

District Court Judge

Level 4
Have voted on at least 50 cases
Votes average within +/- 7.5% of actual cases outcomes
Shared at least 25 cases
1 vote cast counts as 4 votes

Appellate Court Judge

Level 5
Have voted on at least 100 cases
Votes average within +/- 6% of actual case outcomes
Shared at least 50 cases
1 vote cast counts as 5 votes

Supreme Court

Level 6
Attain Appellate Court Judge level
Top 12* member accuracy score
Supreme Court Judges are paid $50 USD per day
1 vote cast counts as 10 votes

*Calculated daily: Supreme Court members will lose Supreme Court status if not in the Top 12.