In order to buy TPT, interested wipers must register and take the Ply Count Quiz, which will determine the amount of TPT they are entitled to purchase through the use of the Ply Count algorithm. The quiz questions will range from the number of members of your household to the existence of preexisting gastrointestinal issues.
Once you get your allocation of TPT, you can redeem the tokens for toilet paper. When you have used all of your tokens, our patented Ply Count algorithm will allocate the amount of tokens you are able to purchase to restock
An Introduction to Toilet Paper
The evolution of modern day toilet paper has come a long way. Before the invention of the double, triple-ply squares, human civilizations used a wide range of objects that could be sharp and even dangerous to their anatomy. Throughout the years, rocks, corn cobs and pieces of wood were utilized, while softer solutions, like communal sponges were used by the ancient Romans. The wealthy preferred fabrics like wool or lace that posed less of a threat to the body’s vulnerable parts.
The modern-day concept of toilet paper was conceived in China in the 6th century. When paper became mass produced, newspapers were widely distributed and reused as toilet paper. Commercial toilet paper made a splash on the scene in 1857. Marketed as a medical product that prevented hemorrhoids, they were priced at a modern equivalent of $12 for 500 sheets.
Although modern industrialization has been able to successfully produce toilet paper for decades, the alarms sounded by the COVID-19 pandemic have made toilet paper a commodity of extremely high demand — so high, in fact, that it was out of stock in stores worldwide and caused societal unrest among customers. In November 2019, toilet paper consumption was at about 10 billion rolls per month worldwide, with an average of two rolls purchased per month for personal use. Due to corona, rates have increased by one roll per person on average (monthly), with quarantine and stay at home notices by the government that subsequently have forced citizens to purchase more toilet paper for home use. By late February 2020, roll usage skyrocketed to 15 billion rolls globally.
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