#83298 - ENS DAO — Year in Review
ENS is a distributed, open, and extensible naming system based on the Ethereum blockchain. The ENS DAO governs the ENS protocol through token-weighted governance.
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Nature of the event
This POAP is for Delegators of the ENS DAO, accounts that delegated more than 1 $ENS token to a Delegate that participated in voting on a DAO proposal. November 15th is the one year anniversary of the ratification of the ENS DAO Constitution. The Constitution was signed by over 83k accounts. Of those accounts, 69k of them have delegated to a Delegate/account that has participated in voting on Social and/or Executable proposals for the ENS DAO. This is a truly historic moment for the DAO, and the intention was to commemorate the past year with a POAP.
We are hoping to use the delivery method. We have built a website that allows $ENS tokenholders to click through and view their year in review, highlighting different proposals that their Delegate voted on. The last page in the flow encourages Delegators to claim a POAP from the POAP site to commemorate this first year of ENS DAO governance, which they participated in.
Why do you believe this petition is being held?
The number of eligible addresses for this poap is 69k. My understanding is that the current limit for this method of delivery is 8k. I do not think it’s likely that more than 1k accounts will claim the poap (either because they miss the notification or the account from which they delegate is not easily accessible), but there are 69k eligible.
Is it possible to please get an exemption and approve the entire list of eligible addresses?
We’re happy to check on the status of your petition.
We’re taking a look now and will get back to you as soon as possible — we appreciate your patience
Just figured out another way to distribute POAPs on our project site using mint links. Please ignore the above post, I think we’re sorted (so long as the request for mint links is approved).
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All the best,
The POAP Curation Body