Thanks for the answers. I vote yes
voted yes, looking forward to seeing the stronger community and excited about the work from Stanford and Harvard
Thank you for your consideration. I am very much looking forward to it. Especially the Japanese market is still on the conservative side, so I think it will be cheap to use and easy to propose to corporations! I voted yes.
I voted YES, but I am asking you to show the real activity , not planed activity.
Voted yes. However, i would appreciate regular development reports and greater engagement with the Astar Community. Congratulations on the number of yes votes!
Hello @kaydee, congratulations!
The voting is passed. To proceed with the registration, please do the following:
- Have a native substrate account with transferrable 1001 ASTR. Share the address here.
- Have a verified smart contract and share the contract address here.
- Add #astar-network, #dAppStaking tags to your GitHub repo.
- Fill the form to be added to the Ecosystem Page on the Astar Network website.
We will whitelist the addresses.
I voted yes and am eagerly anticipating the growth of a stronger community. I’m also excited about the contributions from Stanford and Harvard—great things ahead!
Thank you @Gaius_sama, and apologies for the delay.
We’ve finished the #3 & 4 and #1 & 2 are below:
wallet address: 0x1198BD3da4F22ED2e6B5a30300f10C5Ea491Fb59
contract address: 0xa82a8c0a75a7180c14533f274f84547355faa726
The wallet must be a native Astar wallet using one of the following wallets:
- Polkadot.js, Talisman, Subwallet, Nova wallet.
You can find more information on how to create a native Astar wallet in our documentation : Create an Astar Wallet | Astar Docs
Sorry for the late reply - please use this wallet (YkU1KaPGRg4cYusMxsjDwk7NofLHjo6KjiPLjdQBHRXg7uw)
Let me also remind you that the developer’s wallet (YkU1KaPGRg4cYusMxsjDwk7NofLHjo6KjiPLjdQBHRXg7uw) must hold 1001 transferable ASTR.