Customizing Campaigns With Participation Requirements

With participation requirements, you can set precise conditions for an address to fulfill before it can participate in your campaigns.

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Written by Operation Team
Updated over a week ago

Are you looking to add a layer of eligibility for your campaigns on Galxe?

You can now utilize participation requirements with your campaigns to target specific types of users or addresses.

With participation requirements, you can set precise conditions for an address to meet before it can participate in a campaign, which gives you a protective barrier for your campaigns.

Since it's customizable, you have many options to choose from!

Follow the rest of this article for a feature analysis 👇

How to Use Participation Requirements

  • Step 1: Create a campaign on Galxe.

  • Step 2: Complete the first and second page. (Campaign info & Rewards)

  • Step 3: Set your campaign tasks. (Credentials & Tasks)

  • Step 4: Turn on the participation requirements via the toggle.

  • Step 5: Select the type of participation requirements you want to utilize.

  • Step 6: Adjust your participation requirements according to your specifications.

ℹ️ Note: You can adjust participation requirements the same as any other credential.

Use Cases for Participation Requirements

Participation requirements allow for many use cases like user targeting, Sybil prevention, and allow listing.

You can utilize our presets or customize the requirements for your use case.

Let's explore the different requirement types 👇

User Targeting

A friendly use case for participation requirements is 'user targeting.'

Targeting certain users allows you to engage different classes of users/addresses.

Depending on your situation, you must establish who you want to 'target.'

You'll find presets for the following user groups:

  • New Users: Target users who have yet to participate in your campaigns, earn loyalty points or transact on a blockchain.

  • Loyal Users: Target users who have participated in at least one of your campaigns or earned loyalty points.

  • Expert Users: Target users with advanced blockchain skills by selecting Galxe Web3 Score attributes. (Level 3)

Take care in identifying your community members by evaluating campaign metrics.

Analyzing your campaign metrics will highlight the user groups you should target!

Sybil Prevention

Do you want to guarantee that your campaigns are available for legitimate participants?

You can use Sybil prevention as a participation requirement— ensuring that real people participate in your campaigns.

You can take advantage of our presets or select a specific level of prevention:

  • Recommendations: Utilize recommendations to protect your campaigns on Galxe!

  • Weak Protection: Utilize minimum protection for your campaigns by checking transaction numbers, NFT holdings or wallet balances.

  • Medium Protection: Utilize mid-level protection by using Trustscan or our Sybil prevention credential powered by Nomis.cc

  • Strong Protection: Utilize high levels of protection by checking for a Galxe Passport, Binance Account Bound Token (BAB) or Galxe Web3 Humanity Score.

You have options depending on the protection level you need!

Allow Lists

Upload a CSV of addresses that you want to participate exclusively!

Only the addresses within the file can participate in your campaign.

OR

Set a requirement for holding a specific NFT!

Only the addresses that hold a specific NFT can participate in your campaign.

Enhance Your Campaigns With Participation Requirements

Now that you know how to utilize participation requirements in your campaigns on Galxe, you can get creative!

Try targeting different types of users, like newcomers, loyal users or experts, or guard against Sybil attacks with credentials designed for Sybil prevention, like Galxe Web3 Score and Galxe Passport.

Good luck using the feature, and let us know what you think.

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