Overview
The currency system allows users to earn money when posting and creating topics. Users can collect interest on their money and even donate it to other members. There is also a transaction log so you can keep track of what's happening with your money.

General Settings
Admins can change the name of the currency being used, for example to "USD" or "Gold". The currency symbol can also be modified, so you are able to use the pound sign (£) or dollar sign ($), or of course anything you want!

Admins can also edit everyone's money via the Dynamo Admin CP or by clicking the user's money next to their post.
Money-per-post
The amount of money earned by posting can be set by Admins and varied between different groups. For example, Moderators can earn a different amount of money than ordinary members. The amount earned can also be set to a random amount, for instance a post could earn between $2 and $5.
Interest
Admins can set the interest rate for different user groups, and also set the period for which one must wait before being able to collect interest again. For example, Moderators could collect 2% interest on their balance every day, and ordinary members could earn just 1% interest.
Donations
Users can donate money between each other with limitations which can be set by Admins, such as how much money can be transferred per day or how many donations can be made per day.
Transaction History
Users can keep track of all of their transactions, including donations and when they collect interest using the User CP.
Premium Exclusive Features
Interest Cap Set a cap for the interest that can be collected. For example, if your balance is $100 and you collect interest at a rate of 5% with a cap of $4, you would only earn $4 instead of $5 (which is 5%).

Donation Delay Set a restriction that stops newly registered members from being able to donate.

Reason for Edit Admins can leave a note when editing a user's money to keep track of changes. The note can be seen in the user's transaction history.

Transaction History Admins can view any user's transaction history via the ACP.

Statistics
Popular Percentage of forums which have installed this feature: 60%
Overview
This modification allows all users to earn experience whilst posting, and upon earning enough experience, level up.

General Settings
Admins can change the name of "Level" and "Experience", for example to "Rank" and "Points".

Admins can also set what the maximum level is and how much experience is required to reach that level. The experience required for the other levels are calculated automatically!
Progression
There are three different progression settings for levelling up, and this can be set by an Admin to satisfy their specific needs. For example, the simplest progression is "Linear" where the amount of experience to level up does not increase with your level. There are two other options, namely 'Quadratic' and 'Cubic'. Many RPGs, including 'Pokémon' use a cubic levelling system, making it really easy to level up the first few times, and increasingly harder as your level gets higher.

If you don't understand any of it, just set it to whatever you want and see if it suits your needs. If it doesn't, it's just a couple of clicks to change it!
Experience-per-post
The amount of experience earned by posting can be set by Admins and varied between different groups. For example, Moderators can earn a different amount of experience than ordinary members. The amount earned can also be set to a random amount, for instance a post could earn between 300 and 500 experience.
Profile Display
Your level & experience can be shown in your profile and mini-profile (next to posts). Admins can set whether they want to show the user's level, experience, level & experience, or neither. The experience can also be shown as either a number or a percentage bar, to indicate how close you are to levelling up.
Notifications
Users receive a notification to let them know when they level up.

Statistics
Percentage of forums which have installed this feature: 5%
Overview
This gives you the ability to create lotteries, where users are able to buy tickets in the hope of winning more money than they spent.

Lottery Mechanics
Users are able to buy tickets at a set price which is then added to the total pot. The total pot can be viewed by all users along with the jackpot, which is the maximum amount you can win if you match all numbers.

When an admin draws the lottery, each user who matches at least 1 number on a ticket will win money, based on how many numbers they matched (at an exponentially increasing rate).

In the event that there is still money left over in the pot at the end of the lottery, there is the option to 'roll it over' into the next lottery.
Lottery History
Users can view all previous lotteries, seeing a breakdown of prizes and also who the winners were.
Notifications
All winners are sent a notification to let them know how much they have won.

Statistics
Popular Percentage of forums which have installed this feature: 36%
Overview
Tag other members in your posts and topics, sending them a notification that you tagged them with a link to your post. Your members will never miss a comment about them again!

Instant Notification
The tagged user will receive a notification instantly alerting them of their tag with a direct link to your post.
Variable BBCode
Admins can change the BBCode/ tagging mechanism. By default, [mention=Viral] will tag the user called Viral, but you can change this to virtually whatever you want. For example, you could change it to @Viral if you wanted to!
Premium Exclusive Features
Multiple Tags Allow up to 15 tags to be sent per post. Basic accounts can only send up to 2.

Statistics
Percentage of forums which have installed this feature: 34%
Overview
Show the members who have been online recently on the index page. This is commonly used to show which members have been on in the past 24 hours and gives guests a better idea of how active your forum is!

Preview
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Settings
Admins can edit the title of the section (by default it is x Members Online Today) and also the image that appears to the left of the usernames. Admins can also change the period for which to show users who have been online recently, and the default value for this is the last 24 hours.

For example, Admins can choose to change the title to Members Online This Week and change the period to the last 7 days.
Premium Exclusive Features
Infinite Users No limit on how many users are shown as being recently online. Basic accounts will be limited to showing the first 50 usernames (the remaining will be replaced with a ..., but the title will still show the correct number).

Longer Period The recently online period can be extended up to 1 month long. Basic accounts can show users who have been online up to 24 hours in the past.

Statistics
Percentage of forums which have installed this feature: 27%
Overview
Allow your users to battle it out in posting competitions. Earn points for posting and making topics, and take the top of the leaderboard. The competitiveness is increased to the maximum as users receive notifications when they are overtaken on the leaderboard, and also when they pass someone else.

Leaderboard
Users can see their own ranking and also the 5 users with the most points at any time via the User CP.
Profile Display
Each user's point count and their current position in the competition is listed in their mini profile next to their posts, and also in their full profile.
Competitive Notifications
Users receive a notification when they pass or get passed by another user on the leaderboard.

Statistics
Percentage of forums which have installed this feature: 14%
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