One liner - Please vote no to mint the unclaimed tokens for the individuals who failed to claim their tokens.
Disadvantage - Any Rule/policy can truly be overturned if a small % does not like the rules they already signed up for. Simply, make a few posts on this and attempt to write up some sympathy story.
Below are my honest opinions, and opinions nonetheless. So no apologies from me to anyone that perceives this as an offense. idgaf. Opinions on why this is your (users who failed to claim) fault.
It’s like when you start your very first job and setup a direct deposit with your employer. You know you put in the time to earn your salary. So you are expecting your employer to hold up their end and pay you when it’s time. Obviously they provide you instructions on how you can receive your pay. You opt for direct deposit. When it’s payday, you are expecting this money to be in your account which you used for the direct deposit. Are you checking on payday or are you simply saying you will not check until 2-8 weeks later to confirm if you actually received what you agreed upon with your salary? I highly doubt you are waiting. I believe everyone is checking their bank accounts to confirm they received what they are owed. Simply put, those who did not claim, failed to do their DD. Fault is not to fall on anyone except for that individual. *This is probably a bad analogy, but I don’t give af.
I would like the community to veto this. I’m surprised it had to come to this. We are responsible for all of our own actions especially when it involves financial decisions. In this case, we had a chance to participate in plasm’s lockdrop. I see this as an opportunity to accumulate plasm token at the face value of $0.00. I am not giving up any ETH for these plm tokens. I am locking up my ETH which is sitting around collecting dust anyways. Each one of use made the decision to participate in a lockdrop. If you did not know about what you signed up for, shame on you. Zero sympathy from me. Whatever excuse you wish to say, save your breath.
Google is a great tool to use. Another bonus for me was that The Crypto Lifestyle took time to explain as mush as he possibly could to ensure the community or those who wish to part take in this, is fully aware on how to proceed. He even did a video showing how to do this…If you do not take time to get involved in something that involves finances, then what are you truly expecting? Everything handed to you just because you are participating in a lockdrop where you “would” of used your eth elsewhere? If that or any “justification” (I say excuse) you wish to say to yourself and this community on why you failed to take action from the very beginning is truly on you and I say again, you truly did not realize what you were signing up for. What if you fell into a scam? This is a learning lesson to those who half a$$ it.
We all have personal problems, normal work, drama, bull $hit in our lives, but only YOU can put time aside for yourself and make the sacrifices given your situation to dedicate more time into make decisions involving a monetary value to better yourself or your personal life.
We shouldn’t even have to vote on this as everything is on the individual who is participating in the lockdrop.
To those who view this as an investment, I will ask, what did you pay for a token with zero financial value at the time and still to this day? Nothing at all. If you were to say, you would of invested in something else, then truly you failed to understand what you are doing when participating in this lock drop. When I signed up, I read everything I could find. When I used my 99.9 eth which was sitting in my my wallet, to lock in, I made sure I created a plasm wallet. When I claimed all of my plm tokens, I confirmed they were actually in my account. I confirmed on the network as well. I took time to research…If you don’t have time to spare, make time. It took me 5 minutes to claim and confirm everything the moment I received the approvals on my lock.