Another week is coming and with it the end of another successful gleam contest hosted by our platform. FOMO Chronicles gleam has ended with a staggering number of participants.
We are truly happy to see our community blossoming this way, and taking advantage of the opportunities we are trying to provide to everyone with our Gleams contests.
The lucky 40 winners were drawn from a huge pool of 12396 people, once again showing the faith you have in us and in the choice of our projects. And we can’t be happier than that, since you recognize the value we are bringing to the public eye, with FOMO Chronicles.
Their vision is one truly in line with ours, with the end goal of a free, fair and decentralized web, able to give the same opportunities to everyone, instead of the mish-mash of tech companies and monopolies that it has become in the last ten years.
But enough talking about things that you all are clearly aware of. We are proud to see that our community recognizes the value of what we are doing but we are not only here to say how much you mean to us, we are here to announce our winners!
So let’s stop dilly-dallying and check the list below. Best of luck to everyone that missed out this time, we are sure that in the near future everyone will get a chance to have his name on our winner-lists!
As always, we will be also showing our selection process for full transparency of all proceedings.
- Total Impressions: 40578
- Total Actions before verification: 167908
- Total Actions after verification: 116943
- Total Users before verification: 19235
- Total Users after verification: 14072
- Total wallets: 14072
- Total wallets after verification: 12396
- Average number of points per account: 54
- Chance to win:0.322%
STEP 1 SPREADSHEET CREATION
We prepared the spreadsheet containing every person who registered using Gleam and passed the KYC process. The spreadsheet includes three columns:
- Assigned consecutive number
- Points (Total points)
You can find a CSV under the link below:
STEP 2 PUBLIC HASH
To dispel any possible doubt, we are publishing the SHA256 online hash file checksum function. Anyone is able to check the hash value — this proves that the data has not been tampered with.
You can check it by yourself, for example using PowerShell, or any other SHA256 :
Get-FileHash .\fileName.csv -Algorithm SHA256 |Format-List
STEP 3 GITHUB.
We used a contest selection contract that is available to check on our Github repository under this link:
The contract is verified and available to check under this link:(need link below)
The contract is keeping links to the Google files with data included in the CSV file as well as containing a SHA256 hash of the CSV file.
STEP 4 HOW DOES THE SMART CONTRACT WORK?
The contract asked Chainlink for a random value
Based on a random value, x unique numbers in the range from 0-to-n were generated
Where each new unique number was also a new random value for the function, and n was the number of participants who registered and passed the KYC process.
winnerSeed = uint256(keccak256(abi.encodePacked(previousWinnerSeed, i, nonce)));
winnerIndex = (winnerSeed % ticketsCount) + 1;
STEP 5 SELECTION
Using the contract, we were able to select: 40 random numbers matching the numbers from the CSV file, where the winners were the first 40 unique ERC20 addresses.
Everything is verifiable on-chain, links to transactions are posted below.
A CSV file with winners is published here:
About Synapse Network
Synapse Network is developing a cross-chain investment and start-up acceleration ecosystem based on blockchain technology to give everybody an equal chance to contribute to great upcoming projects and to do so early on. We are bridging the gap between the traditional & crypto market. The idea of the Synapse Network technology goes beyond the standard offer of launchpads available on the market, becoming a true technological brand providing tech solutions.