Community Challenge: Identify Airdrop Farmers

Where can I submit it

Your first distribution proposal it look matured and it make sense, now that you include farmers it will be hard for you make it successful!!!

About how to judge a person as copycat

  • In his issue, a large number of addresses (accounting for one-fifth of his total) were added during a certain revision, and all these addresses have already appeared.
  • Two people have almost the same reason,
  • the difficult is to check the git history, it is so big job.

also we need to consider about these situations

  • If a person (Alice) submits 100 addresses, a n d it is judged as invalud/need more info. . Then bob copy 10 addresser from alice and check further, it is judged valid, did bob belong to copycat?
  • If a person (Alice) submits 20 addresses, and then bob also submits 15 addresses, they use the almost same reason, how to juedge this

Hope we could have a discussion

Many people who report witches get rewards ranging from thousands to tens of thousands. It is recommended to lock up these positions to prevent them from selling in large quantities, causing the price of the currency to plummet.

Can we apply for individual recondiseration.

I was part of initial sellection and have been deselected. I have been planning on dedicating machine and running long term node with stakes while getting more involved. Its been hard keeping on top of what is actually going on but it feel a bit rough just being cut off like this.

I’ve been trying to find ways to get more involved with project and felt this was perfect. One example of dedication to project is paraswap which Ive kept staked at a 98% lose. Selling off is not my intention.

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To be completely honest, your message and everything sounds relatively reasonable but then I look at the 3 accounts that have liked your post:

… and then I realize again that just as you like your post here yourself with multiple accounts, you probably also conduct sybil attacks on a large scale. So sorry, but no, I don’t think we should look into this. But feel free to comment on the particular GitHub issue that reported your addresses.

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Hey…

Those three ceated today were not even intended to be part of the converstation. I’ve just been coming back everytime I hear something new of the space. The three creastions were just me experimenting before I’d even noticed there had been changes.

Over the last couple of years I’ve attempted but been unable to create or activate for whatever the reason be and today i discovered the functional interface. None of which had been working prior.

Ive been offering whatever assistance i can to a few projects and been trying to get more involved in anny project that fits. One example is building nodes on docker to run a vpn type service on akash and instead of combing through spreadsheet I was testing out sorftware to run a dedicated machine from.
I understand the issues with campers but I would appreciate another reconsideration. I’ve been waiting for a long time due to extreme gas fees and catastrophic crashes if I remember correctly as my first attempt was mid 2020

cheers

If your addresses were disqualified for farming because you are alledged to owned many for farming purpose and in your efforts in defending the judgement meted out on you, you created 4 account, 1 main & 3 back ups to upvote you post(s)

The reason the team should stress themselves looking into your issue should be a priority for you at the moment. I hope you will put up a very good defense as I will like to follow up on your issue on GitHub

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Sorry,

I dont understand? 4 accounts? Upvotes?

I had one account and today I tried setting up and running multisig tasks. I have no idea what you mean.

I have no idea who these are ?? — All 3 (@lailelaodi, @gongzihu5 and @970839422)

Read this

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Thanks, I re-read through it again and made more sense of it…

Basically - I assumed he was taling about something else when I had no Idea what he actually meant.

As I said, I didn’t even know what he meant by upvoting and assumed Id done it by mistake…

All I know is I was on spreadsheet a couple of months ago and now I’m not and I dont have tem accounts.

I was planning to set up some hardware and checked today and couldn’t find address.

Question 1: Since it is a multi-signature wallet, it must be signed and guarded by multiple wallets together
Question 2: In the witch condition, it is normal to sign multiple wallets in >= 10 addresses. Considering the airdrop share, a plan can be made. Only 2 addresses are airdropped in 10 addresses. Peacefully resolve the witch war

I’m very confused, would rather 28 bounty hunters hunt thousands of multi-signature users why not consider intercepting only those witch addresses that create 100+ or 500 5000

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A large number of retail addresses are reported maliciously, mainly 2, 3 and 4 in cities
Air drop hunters with malicious reports
Request to recheck the reporting list
Re verify the rewards for the whistleblower, and suggest that the lock in whistleblower receive a 10-year reward.
For whistleblowers who report maliciously, their rewards for reporting will be canceled directly

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The community challenge to identify potential airdrop farmers was started on September 8 and ran for 10 days. We received more than 500 submissions which we diligently reviewed.

Some numbers on the results:

  • 12,168 Safe addresses have been removed from the user allocation.
  • Remaining 43,575 Safe addresses are eligible for the $SAFE user allocation.
  • 2.9M $SAFE have been saved, redistributing 75% to the community and 25% as a reward, all under the same terms as the regular user allocation.
  • 29 Safe addresses are eligible to receive rewards for valid reports.

The majority of removed Safe addresses have been created via Staker. After pre-provisioning a number of Safe addresses, they were handed over to the users via swapping owner addresses. Many of these Safes were never used afterwards. They were considered after lowering the criteria from the initial proposal based on community feedback. While this might not be typical airdrop farming, they aren’t technically users that have made at least 1 transaction and were therefore considered valid reports.

Thank you to everyone who contributed. We have learned a lot and I would encourage everyone to leverage the community for this or similar tasks in the future.

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Can you please release the final list :question:

The final list can be found in the GitHub safe-global repository (safe-global / safe-token / user-allocations / safes_tokens.csv)

Or a direct link: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/safe-global/safe-token/1e8661e4aba206f1b5c152591c177e4e1ad42b22/user-allocations/safes_tokens.csv

Just a reminder: Make sure you search for your Safe address, not your Safe Owner/Creator address. Only Safes are eligible (and can be found on this list), not the individual users behind those Safes.

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Thanks for this but it would be great to get a well arranged one not this raw file. If you have, please share

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Question 1: Since it is a multi-signature wallet, it must be signed and guarded by multiple wallets together
Question 2: In the witch condition, it is normal to sign multiple wallets in >= 10 addresses. Considering the airdrop share, a plan can be made. Only 2 addresses are airdropped in 10 addresses. Peacefully resolve the witch war

I’m very confused, would rather 28 bounty hunters hunt thousands of multi-signature users why not consider intercepting only those witch addresses that create 100+ or 500 5000

Since the emergence of community witch hunters, they have hunted down some vulnerable groups with multi-signature addresses, and were unscrupulously asked for 25% of the rewards.

They come from trying the security of multi-signature wallets and use new things like newborn cherry blossoms
Part of it comes from the multi-signature address of the programmer script that casts a lot of nets to win airdrops

Reward is one of DAO governance, but it would be cruel if the team would rather have 29 hunters to kill the vulnerable users among the 12168 by mistake.
‘Programmer scripts cast a large number of nets to win airdrops, except for multi-signature addresses’

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Since the emergence of community witch hunters, they have hunted down some vulnerable groups with multi-signature addresses, and were unscrupulously asked for 25% of the rewards.

They come from trying the security of multi-signature wallets and use new things like newborn cherry blossoms
Part of it comes from the multi-signature address of the programmer script that casts a lot of nets to win airdrops

Reward is one of DAO governance, but it would be cruel if the team would rather have 29 hunters to kill the vulnerable users among the 12168 by mistake.
‘Programmer scripts cast a large number of nets to win airdrops, except for multi-signature addresses’

Please share the extensive list of the 12,168 SAFE addresses that were disqualified seperating Farmers addresses from StakerApp addresses.

It is reasonable to think that the list will be helpful when a fellow web3 project launches same/similar exercise in the future just like how the Hop Exchange and Optimism Airdrop farmers list were helpful in the just concluded exercise.

Thanks!

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