DVLUP, Nokia's developer outreach program, has announced a new system to better incentivize and reward their most loyal, most successful app makers. Called DVLUP Status, it introduces three new, "highly coveted" badges — Specialist (bronze), Expert (silver), and Legend (gold). Earn them and you'll be rewarded with elite privileges galore. Here's the deal, according to the DVLUP blog:
- Specialist: 10% discount on select rewards and campaigns, and a one-time 1,000 XP Bonus.
- Expert: 25% discount on select rewards and campaigns, and a one-time 2,500 XP Bonus.
- Legend: 35% discount on select rewards and campaigns, and a one-time 5,000 XP Bonus.
Nokia says developers will start seeing the badges pop up in their feeds very soon. So, keep an eye out and let us know when you see yours, and what status you've won!
Source: DVLUP Blog
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