TAG26 Type Tokens

This type of unique Token, generates a random set of 26 variables, with the alphabet letters denoting a value from between 1 and 10, and each number represented by a color. The total sum is all the numbers added together, so in the wallet the data array might look like this:

A3,B9,C2,D1,E3,F4,G5,H6,I7,J10,K8,L1,M8,N3,
O10,P1,Q10,R1,S5,T9,U6,V4,W9,X10,Y1,Z5 with total sum 141

This data is written to the blockchain as part of the NFT creation, along with a unique serial ID. The highest possible total sum would be 260, the lowest would be 26, each of which would be very rare.  

how data is represented in the graphic
how the graphic looks online

Now you may ask, what is the purpose of this?...Well, say a developer is creating a game where characters have certain traits - For example Family, Strength, Agility, Speed, Defense, and so on. Each of the letters could correspond to one of the traits and used in the game as the developer decides. Different games would use different data sets, and could even combine different tokens to form teams.

Another example would be for card games, since there are 26 letter variables, and 52 cards in a card pack, I am sure someone could create a game around that idea.

We have created the color graphic to give an instant idea of a NFT value, and rare NFTs could create certain patterns, like this - not only a high score but a unique graphical representation of it

A very rare NFT with a total value of 249

We originally had the idea that we would use a random generator running as centralised code, but that is not provably fair, so now we use a hash table lookup, and the blockchain hash of any blocks ending in 00 or 50 (ie: a TAG26 NFT created every 50 blocks, or approximately every 4 minutes). The first 26 pairs of the hash represent A to Z and the last 6 pairs are added together to give a WILD value. This is the hash table for lookup to give the value of 1 to 10

Hash key pairScore
00 to 331
34 to 66 2
67 to 993
(0-3)+(a-f) (eg: 3f)4
(4-6)+(a-f)5
(7-9)+(a-f)6
(a-c)+(0-9)7
(d-f)+(0-9)8
(a-c)+(a-f) 9
(d-f)+(a-f) 10

So for example

4a 29 de 6a 11 f1 0a e2 27 25 4d fd 6f eb 4e 75 17 a0 c7 51 69 6e 36 bc 6a 99             8c 0c 7d 06 a7 0e

would give a sum of 129 for A to Z, with an extra 28 for the WILD, for a total score of 157. The max score would be 320 (260 from 26 characters A to Z, plus a max of 60 generated from the last 6 pairs.

The first use case of this NFT type would be for the Tagwild game we are creating that combines geoTAGs for geofenced locations in the real world with a possible prize if you visit them, with "Portals" that enable a user to "jump" from one geoTAG to another instead of actually walking to it. The Portals in this instance are any TAG26 NFTs where the A value is 1, and the distance a user can jump is set in the Z value (1 to 10 km). The higher the value of Z, the more valuable that NFT is and since there won't be many produced, they will go up in price as the demand rises for them. Any other game created could use the same A and Z variables, and it would further increase the value of those NFTs, but really it is up to the game developers to decide which values they would use to represent items in their game.