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Wallet Activity as Guild Requirement
Wallet Activity as Guild Requirement
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Written by Hanna
Updated over a week ago

Guilds can now utilize wallet-based actions as requirements to build roles and community strategies around. Create unique membership journey for your power users, high-volume traders and developers based on their blockchain activities and interest while protecting shared spaces from Sybils.

Wallet Activity includes:

  • Wallet age,

  • Transaction count,

  • Asset movement,

  • Contract deployment

Tracked on Ethereum, Polygon, Polygon zkEVM, Polygon Mumbai, Arbitrum, Base Mainnet and Testnet, zkSync Era, Optimism, Zora, Scroll Alpha, Cronos, Avalanche, Goerli, Neon EVM, and PGN.

Relative / Absolute

When setting requirements, you can specify time in two ways: relative and absolute. Absolute refers to fixed calendar dates, while relative time refers to durations based on the current time, such as "last 1 month or year."

In the context of communities

DeFi: Ensure that members have a certain level of DeFi experience based on their transactions or asset movements. Grant high-volume traders access to focused discussions and groups within the community.

Developer: Deployed contract requirements can help target experienced developers, allowing communities to create focus groups, share useful resources, organize hackathons, and onboard skilled contributors.

Gaming: Track engagement and activity amongst your members based on their number of transactions or in-game assets. Offer exclusive perks, like early access to new content or limited edition in-game items.

NFT: Identify your early and most active NFT collectors and activate your community with dedicated rewards, utilities and collectibles, to boost engagement.

Social: Better know your members based on their blockchain history. Those who've been in the space early or true web3 citizens. Use wallet age or other communities' assets to track your members' interests and activity, even over a period of time.

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