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EigenLayer Modifies Airdrop Plan Following Community Feedback


Adjustments Based on Community Concerns

EigenLayer, a decentralized oracle solution, has revised its previously planned airdrop distribution in response to feedback and concerns expressed by the community. The new plan, outlined in an official announcement, aims to address concerns regarding fairness and long-term project viability.

Initially, EigenLayer had proposed an airdrop distribution model that allocated a significant portion of tokens to early adopters and the project team. However, feedback from the community highlighted concerns about the potential for centralization and the impact on the project’s long-term growth and sustainability.

Revised Distribution Plan

The revised distribution plan allocates a larger portion of tokens to the community, with a focus on active participation and contributions to the project. Key aspects of the new plan include:

  • Increased allocation to community members
  • Tiered distribution based on participation and contributions
  • Vesting period for distributed tokens to ensure sustained commitment

The changes were made in direct response to community feedback, which emphasized the importance of creating a fair and equitable distribution system that aligns with the long-term success of the project. By increasing the allocation to active participants, EigenLayer aims to encourage widespread adoption and foster a vibrant community around its oracle solution.

Community Engagement and Transparency

EigenLayer emphasized its commitment to community engagement and transparency throughout the decision-making process. The project team engaged in extensive discussions with community members, soliciting feedback and incorporating suggestions into the revised distribution plan.

The modified airdrop plan is intended to strike a balance between rewarding early supporters and ensuring a fair and inclusive distribution that supports the project’s sustainable growth. EigenLayer believes that this approach aligns with the interests of the community and will contribute to the long-term success of the project.

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