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The Arbitrum #GovMonth kicked off with four JokeRace contests, encouraging community participation and influencing the Plurality Labs grants program. Despite some bot activity, the initiative saw positive engagement with nearly 500 ARB voters and over 21,500 transactions on Arbitrum One.
The Arbitrum #GovMonth started with a bang, featuring four JokeRace contests that garnered significant attention and nearly 20,000 transactions on Arbitrum One. The community was encouraged to vote for valuable, legitimate submissions, as this not only helps distribute 16,000 ARB in rewards to deserving contestants but also influences the direction of the Plurality Labs grants program. The community was also invited to check if they qualify for additional rewards on the ThankARB platform. The initial phase of the event concluded with a call to action, urging eligible community members to vote on the JokeRace Contests, register for Thrivecoin, and follow updates on Twitter/X and Push Protocol.
The community has shown a positive response to the JokeRace initiative, with nearly 500 ARB voters participating and over 21,500 transactions recorded on Arbitrum One. The next step in the process is the Ethelo survey, which will feature winning JokeRace entries and help fine-tune insights for the final fortnight of #GovMonth.
The JokeRace initiative has successfully engaged the community, with a significant number of transactions and votes recorded. This not only helps distribute rewards to deserving contestants but also influences the direction of the Plurality Labs grants program. The Ethelo survey, which will feature winning JokeRace entries, is expected to provide valuable insights for the final fortnight of #GovMonth.
While the JokeRace initiative has been largely successful, there was some bot activity detected. This could potentially skew the results and undermine the legitimacy of the contests. However, the community has been encouraged to vote for valuable, legitimate submissions to counteract this issue.
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