ENS Core Developer Nick Proposes Additional Airdrops for Some Active ENS Users

TokenInsight news, Nick Johnson, a core developer of the Ethernet Domain Name Service network ENS, has launched a proposal in the ENS community which states that some active ENS users have resolved the domain name in address A to address B, but do not hold the domain name in address B. Such users should also receive the airdrop, but since address B does not hold the domain name, only address A received the airdrop. Nick Johnson stated that there are 1,969 accounts that fit the above scenario and that 213,049 $ENS tokens should have been issued to such users under the double airdrop rule for active users, so it is proposed that these tokens be transferred to a new airdrop contract and additional $ENS tokens be issued to such users.
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