I don’t think airdropping to testnet is a good idea. Because testnet has no cost, witches can do whatever they want, but there are fewer real users.
The topic is acutally not only about early, but about real users, or loyal users. I think that the loyal users should and will be rewarded in the end.
the cost in testnet is relative small, how to avoid bot or farmers should be considered if the team wanna give testnet users. In youtube, there are many people teaching how to use code farming testnet work. its reall not so fair to normal users or testors.
I also think that early users should be rewarded, but the OP model also brings the sustainable development of the community as a template
We are all real early users that’s nothing with airdrops
Sorry,I can’t agree,the time make a little sence in my thoughts,for we are all the early sipporters before the main net released ,the most important is contributions,what you have done for the project.
Do you think so,ser?
BTW,this topic related to this one:
- The high probability that those who participate in the community forum and have a member role are early real users.
- The number of interactions from L1 to L2 does not exclude airdrop hunters. Do not underestimate the airdrop hunters, they are very professional, more professional than we think.
- users who participate in the test network should not be given airdrops. the test network of Aptos requires users to deploy servers, which requires certain costs. The situation is different.
- Don’t think about trying to filter out all airdrop hunters, it is not shown and simply impossible. The focus should be on filtering airdrop hunters with a large number of wallet addresses (tens, hundreds or even thousands of wallets).
My opnion is, loyal uses are more important than early users
Let’s focus on the real and loyal users, not the early users
I think airdrop should be given according to governance participation : people gets to participate freely into governance and we reward users using products and actively participating with real governance $stark later.
How come I can NOT vote in the snapshot, when I am clearly an early user?
Some weight should be given to those who first used the bridge experience
We dont have STRK yet but soon we will!!! and we will be active voter.
should provide airdrop for test users. they are the first to test the product.
yes,To build decentralization you gotta improve distribution mechanism instead of making filtering users mechanism.
At this stage, airdropping to users should not be considered. The reason is that the current network is very slow, and those who can tolerate multiple transactions are not real users.
I agree with the vast majority of opinions, with the exception of the test network. Because there is a lot of worthless network activity here
I do not recommend airdrops on the testnet, but I suggest airdrops to dapp project parties, so that the project parties can redistribute to users.
agreed with most of your points… everyone should have their fair share according to their participation in the network. some “early users” should also think about the growth of network instead of greed…
should learn from the rules of optimism and consider various situations to exclude non-real users as much as possible