Starknet Active Users Dropped Significantly as Dissatisfication over Airdrop Allocation

Starknet Active Users Dropped Significantly as Dissatisfication over Airdrop Allocation

Reported by Cointelegraph, Starknet’s active users have dropped significantly over the past seven days amid growing grievances over its Starknet Provisions Program airdrop.

The Ethereum layer-2 blockchain’s active users climbed from under 20,000 on Feb. 9 to a nearly three-month high of over 220,500 on Feb. 14, Starkscan data shows, as users and airdrop farmers flocked to the network hoping to get an allocation.

However, after Starknet shared details for its airdrop slated for Feb. 20, active users plummeted to near pre-announcement levels. On Feb. 19, the network saw just over 84,000 active accounts.

Starknet users and its community have taken issue with airdrop criteria that saw users with under 0.005 Ether in their account on Nov. 15, 2023 — worth about $10 at the time — excluded from token distributions.

Multiple network users on X and the project’s Discord claimed to have missed out on token distributions due to having less than the minimum amount in their wallet despite making thousands of dollars worth of transactions and adding liquidity to the network.

In an X post on Feb. 19, Starknet said that it has seen the feedback that some network users “have been left out due to certain Provisions criteria,” and it is “working to address these concerns,” but it added that a resolution requires “time to research, design and test.”

Another contentious detail is the token unlock schedule, which rewards Starknet investors and early contributors with 1.3 billion STRK — about 13% of the total supply — on April 15, just two months after it launches.

In comparison, around 700 million STRK — about 10% of the total supply — is set for distribution on Feb. 20.

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