Hey folks — as described in this thread, we are now proceeding to the 48 hour Application Period for projects who’d like their users to be included in the retroactive airdrop for users affected by the proxy contract omission. As a reminder, these are the criteria for inclusion:
We define “projects” as being any entity whose users were excluded from the retroactive UNI allocation due to the proxy contract issue identified above.
In order to be eligible for inclusion in this distribution, a “project” must meet the following criteria:
- Prior to September 1st, they exposed a publicly-available user interface either on web or in an integrated mobile application that allowed users to make trades on Uniswap in some capacity. We include DEX aggregators in this definition — UNI holders ultimately get their paycheck from market takers, not makers. Aggregators are fundamentally in the interest of Uniswap’s success.
- It must be clearly verifiable that said interface / application was available to users prior to September 1st (e.g. if this is not immediately obvious that this is the case, the burden of proof is on the project for demonstrating, for instance, that an interface can be loaded on Wayback Machine, etc.)
- It must be clearly verifiable that said interface / application at the time hooked into a proxy contract calling into Uniswap. Again — if this is not immediately obvious or verifiable, the burden of proof is on the project to demonstrate this.
- Finally, the project should provide a list of addresses of affected users. It must be clearly verifiable that those addresses are associated with the proxy contract system previously identified to be associated with the project . Once again, if this is not immediately obvious, the burden of proof lays with the project.
All provided addresses will be verified against historical Uniswap v1 and v2 calls to exclude any addresses that were not in the call-chain of a Uniswap transaction (successful or failed). Open-source code to verify that this is indeed the case will be published for independent review. All addresses will be verified for not having been in the initial retroactive UNI allocation.