[PROPOSAL] : Reward, in the opinion of community, should be divided into many parts, past and present activity on mainnet as well as testnet too via Several transactions via the starknet network on different days and weeks.
[OBJECTIVE] : Early users, who trust in a project way before a community is built around that project, testnet interactions have been always skipped by the different protocol despite its great contributions towards projects.
[SUMMARY] : Early STARKWARE users should be given more space than later users. Using testnet and dev should be a qualification multiplier rather than a must. To put it simply, the fundamental necessity is the use of STARKex goods. You ought to add some multiplier to StarkEx, testnet, devnet, and staking.
[CONCLUSION] : As a community we are not saying testnet interactions should be a CRITERIA , instead it should be a MULTIPLIER for those who interacted with project beside interacting with mainnet as well.
As a result, TESTNET+DEVNET+MAINNET should only be used as a multiplier and never as a qualification standard and both should be included for a better strong and transparent community.
Testnet interactions have always been missed and not counted by the alternative protocol despite its enormous contributions to projects. Early users who trust in a project before a community is developed around that project.
My opinion is, we can use testnet as a multiplier, but we should give testnet a more strict rule to find out the real users and filter out the fake users, for example, a longer peroid to take part in the testnet actively.
If starknet will provide tokens to more community than filtering those token will eventually come back to protocol creating more interaction and opportunities. Usually protocol doesnt get much interaction after airdrop because of selectively strict drops. bad actors gonna play cleverly anyways and usally protocol are filtering out potential real users because real users only interact when they wanna use protocol.
Different multipliers can be given according to the user’s activity, duration, quality and other factors on the test network, and the user’s performance and contribution on the main network should also be considered. This rewards true early adopters more fairly and also promotes the development of StarkNet.
I agree. Even though, participating in testnet can be used to identify early users but it should only be used as a multiplier, not the main criteria for the airdrop qualification. The qualification should focus on mainnet, especially on the frequency and consistently of the usage.