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The GetVerso team has developed an Arbitrum-focused mobile application for Android, offering a 100,000 ARB grant to the first 10,000 users who download and import a non-empty wallet. While the proposal aims to stimulate growth in the Arbitrum ecosystem, it has received mixed reactions from the community due to concerns about Sybil resistance and criticisms about the user interface.
The discussion continues to focus on the proposal by Herve to launch an Arbitrum-focused mobile application for Android phones. The application, developed by the GetVerso software team, will operate on the Arbitrum platform and include features such as wallet generation, token transfer, transaction history, and biometric protection. The project aims to stimulate growth and innovation within the Arbitrum ecosystem by offering a grant of 100,000 ARB to the first 10,000 users who download the application and import a non-empty wallet. The team has recently announced the finalization of the application, which is now available on the Google Play Store1,8.
The community's reaction remains mixed. While some members like ArbitrusMaximus support the grant, they have expressed concerns about the need for Sybil resistance to prevent manipulation of the incentive system2. Herve has addressed these concerns, stating that they have a Sybil resistance strategy in place that will not require any KYC3. However, other members like CryptoX have criticized the proposal, comparing it to other wallets with a poor UI4. In response to this criticism, Herve has asked for further clarification on what CryptoX found lacking in the proposed UI5.
The proposal continues to be positive as it aims to stimulate growth and innovation within the Arbitrum ecosystem. The project team has shown commitment to the community by providing bi-weekly program updates on the Arbitrum Forum thread and creating Dune Dashboards for their incentive program. They have also addressed concerns about Sybil resistance, demonstrating their commitment to maintaining the integrity of the incentive system1,3. The recent finalization and availability of the application on the Google Play Store is another positive development8.
The negative aspect of the proposal continues to be the criticism it has received from some community members. CryptoX, for instance, has criticized the proposal, comparing it to other wallets with a poor UI4. This criticism suggests that the proposal may not be as innovative or unique as it claims to be. Additionally, the need for Sybil resistance highlights potential vulnerabilities in the incentive system that could be exploited2.
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