Recently the delegate incentive program has been approved on chain for the start of its operations. To expedite the process, we suggest delegates fill out the following template in this thread to indicate that they are interested in participating in the incentive program.
Historical Participation Rate (Tally): Over 25%. We would like to express that for the calculation of the participation rate in tally, proposals with the prefix “[OLD]” or those that have been considered “tests” will not be taken into account.
Forum Username (Link):
Twitter Profile (Link):
Snapshot Profile (Link):
Tally profile with the exact % of participation at each moment (Link)
IMPORTANT ATTENTION: KYC
Once a delegate’s application has been confirmed , in order to receive any sort of compensation, it is necessary for delegates to complete a KYC process administered by the Arbitrum Foundation. Applicants should send an email requesting the foundation’s KYC process to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We ask delegates to calculate their participation before sending the KYC mailing, this table may help them. They can also apply for KYC near the start date of the program or near the end of the first month of the program. As far as we know, KYC approval is not a lengthy process.
We are trying to avoid KYCing people unnecessarily.
Please use this thread only to complete the template. If you wish to ask questions or give feedback please do so in this thread.
Tally profile with the exact % of participation at each moment (Link)Link; 7 of 10 recent proposals, 50% all time
Want to point out to @SEEDGov that the Tally metrics for everyone may need to be manually adjusted since there are versions marked [OLD] for 2 votes that were re-started, and the initial test proposal that is also captured in the statistics for every delegate.
Also I think the governance model of arbitrum is a governance model for all layer2 as well as defi protocols, the community discussions have been communicated with the project and the incentives are very much in place. We, the principals, will continue to be actively involved.