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Incentivizing Builders: Galxe
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Written by Operation Team
Updated over a week ago

Challenge: Shadowy Super Coder

Developers of web3 ecosystems are often overlooked and under-appreciated. Yet, they play among the most important roles in the industry as they turn ideas into lines of codes that form the backbone of the ecosystems.

Galxe recognized this matter and created a limited edition Shadowy Super Coder NFT, designed to give back and reward developers who contributed to our ecosystem. We also wanted to support our developers by providing them with an education pack.


Back in August 2021, Galxe along with Tenderly, Alchemy, Polygon, Gitcoin, Ankr, Parsiq, Torus, Quicknode, Curvegrid, and OneKey launched the “Shadowy Super Coder” NFT Pack to over 100,000 eligible blockchain developers.

The package includes a specially-designed Shadowy Coder NFT, and various exclusive perks worth $300 million USD.



The Shadowy Super Coder Campaign not only brought a spike in new users for our partners, it also allowed us to give back to our builders, who have supported the Galxe vision throughout our journey. Truly a win-win.

The rewards were distributed to 110,294 Ethereum addresses that deployed at least 1 contract on Ethereum main net before August 1st, 2021 and interacted with a minimum of two different addresses.

These addresses are ranked in two tiers:

  • Tier 1 Shadowy Super Coders: 7,466 Shadowy Super-Coders: those that served >=500 unique addresses AND contracts had at least 1 transaction in 2021

  • Tier 2 Shadowy Coders: 102,828 Shadowy Coders: those that served less <500 unique addresses AND those that served >=500 but have no transaction since 2021

Your Web3 Community is Waiting

Galxe is the leading platform for building a Web3 community.

With over 30 million users, Galxe has propelled the growth of Optimism, Polygon, Arbitrum, and more than 1800 partners with reward-based loyalty programs.

Are you interested in working with Galxe? Launch a Campaign on Galxe today!

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