Drop Examples, Ratings and Suggestions

EXAMPLE OF AN A+ DROP

  • Great, custom, branded art.
  • Distributed live, with physical materials to ensure authenticity.
  • Date and location stamped on artwork.
  • Memorable event.
  • Drop title and description indicate nature of the drop, and acknowledge that this is part of a series.
    This drop was approved with joy, enthusiasm, and a kudos for issuers :medal_military:

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EXAMPLE OF AN A- DROP
Loden Sports Outlier Session: Noah Campbell

What makes this good:

  • Clearly states the event that the POAP collectors attended to receive the POAP, in a well-articulated fashion.
  • The art work is nice and relevant.
  • The date is included in the event heading, if not the artwork.
  • Event is somewhat private, for a special social group.

Recommendations:

  • Very few, its pretty good.
  • Including notes about how it was distributed would have been good.
  • POAP is a noun, not an acronym for Proof of Attendance Protocol.
    Proper usage: This POAP, these POAPs.
    “POAPs are minted on the Proof of Attendance Protocol smart contract.”

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EXAMPLE OF A D DROP

  • Obviously somewhat scammy: commemoration of a meme coin.
  • Not clear why creation of the $KOOL token is important.
  • Way over requesting: We do not approve 100000 drops.
  • Requesting codes several times will not make them more likely to be approved.

This drop petition was rejected.

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