something should be done. I think it’s not fair when someone creates 1000 accounts and steals a share from real users. I hope the team will find a way to fight against sybil
Complicated question. On the one hand they definitely put a lot of time and effort showing interest in the project. On the other hand it is not fair to those who also help develop the project but only from one account
When someone makes 2-3 accounts, there is probably nothing to worry about, but when people with software make 100 or more, this is already a problem and of course they slow down the entire infrastructure
I mistakenly disconnected my discord from my galxe profile and I have been trying to connect it since without being successful. any ideas or help please ?
look into liquidity pools and use stricter criteria, but do not use KYC, giving away a token is marketing, it should give good feedback, modern KYC services have proven themselves from the worst side, there are a lot of restrictions on countries and regions, they constantly lose data, and their it is easy to cheat, using such services you will get a huge amount of FUD, this is clearly not the result you are waiting for.
Most likely everyone has very few transactions. Firstly, all transactions are of the same type (the same amount and all that), and secondly, such people most likely have a connection with all wallets and it is not so difficult to track them. If we look at the analytics that Dune provides, we can see that there are probably several important qualities how to determine a multi-account from an ordinary person, these are such qualities as: How many weeks and months a person interacted with the Arbitrum network, how many transactions he made based on this, it can be seen that about 65% of all users have from 1 to 5 transactions, 50% of all users have used the Arbitrum network only once. Already half of all users fall under either multi-accounts or under people who just came and immediately left. Based on this, we can conclude that if you are a true fan and support the Arbitrum network, then you will not fall under multi-accounts. It seems to me that there is nothing to worry about and I hope the team will make us happy with a generous airdrop (If there is one and the airdrop has not been confirmed yet, so you should not worry), although this is a good opportunity to attract more audience and raise excitement for the project, which, apparently, is losing a little its activity, but still remains the best solution at the moment
Me too agree with LloyD229
Usually, people have one account)
just a regular KYC will be enough
They need to make their lives as difficult as possible. Provide drops based on activity on the forum, discord and other sites. You can make some kind of regular token claim in discord, let’s say every few hours.
Hello, Good Morning Arbitrum Community @enchantixTrix
This option reduces decentralization, anonymity and does not comply with the principles of Web 3.0
If you have not so much it’s OK, but if you have more than 5-10 it’s not be OK
I think they are already doing various projects that are similar to the passport, something similar already exists
Of course, it depends on the number of accounts one person has, if one person has 1000 accounts, then this is not great
understand, for your every action there will be a reaction … the law of nature …