Nakamoto Games IDO Whitelisting Results

Another IDO whitelisting has concluded, and the Synapse Network is once again surprised by the number of participants.

Winner lists:

We know how much the community support us, but each time you all exceed our expectations.

We also already knew what a big deal Nakamoto can and will be, especially with our help, in the gaming world, but it’s always reassuring to see that our community is also in line with what we believe in, as the IDO has seen massive participation from our user base.

Nakamoto Games is a project we heavily invested in, for multiple reasons, one of them being how close their vision for the gaming world is to ours of the investing space.

They saw a monopoly, a difficult to access the world of elitism, just as we did, and moved to create a valuable, profitable project that will bring much more freedom both to players and developers, while also taking down a peg those massive publishers that have plagued the market for years and years with their practices.

That’s why the support you have shown to Nakamoto and to us is something really important, and we will keep going above and beyond every obstacle to deliver what we promised, and to make this revolution happen, sooner than later.

But not, let’s focus on the present, and let’s give you all a rundown of the winners and of our selection process.

Additional information

  • Total points from tier allocations: 6183
  • Total users: 1793
  • The average number of points per account: 3.44
  • Chance to win: 5.5%


We prepared the spreadsheet containing every person who registered using Gleam and passed the KYC process. The spreadsheet includes three columns:

  1. Assigned consecutive number
  2. ERC20WalletAddress
  3. Points (Total points)

You can find a CSV under the link below:


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


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:

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.


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 % kycCount;


Using the contract, we were able to select: 110 random numbers matching the numbers from the CSV file, where the winners were the first 100 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.

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