Thanks for taking part in the Cosmos HODL competition. Here are the results.
We are very thankful for everybody who took part in our Cosmos HODL competition. It’s been a great month full of social media activities, and we really appreciate your support in spreading the word about Cosmos Network and Stakin.
As the competition is over, our competition page is now shut down. Nonetheless, we have kept track of the rankings and you will be able to see here the list of winners 🏆:
Rewards have been paid and if you are part of the winners, go take a look at your addresses you should see the rewards.
How did we determine the winners of the HODL social competition?
Winners have been selected based on the rules of the competition and their total number of entries which depended on referrals and social media activities. Most notably, a large number of participants did not respect the rules, and for example, did not validate their email address or did not delegate any ATOM to Stakin. As such, they failed to qualify. For a reminder of the rules, you can check our announcement of the competition.
What is the extra bonus?
The competition attracted many bounty hunters, and we would like to thanks everyone for their participation. Unfortunately, and as the rules stated, people who participated, should have created a Cosmos wallet and delegated to us their Cosmos ATOMs in order to be eligible to receive rewards.
Exactly 12 participant addresses have delegated to Stakin for the competition. Congrats to the ones who respected the rules, you received an extra reward of 2.7 ATOM each!
Any question? Feel free to reach out to email@example.com, please include your verified email address and Cosmos wallet address.
DISCLAIMER: This is not financial advice. Staking and cryptocurrencies investment involves a high degree of risk and there is always the possibility of loss, including the loss of all staked digital assets. Additionally, delegators are at risk of slashing in case of security or liveness faults on BPoS protocols. We advise you to DYOR before choosing a validator.