Airdrop Ethics: VC Firm Draws Ire Following $2.5M Ribbon Finance Exploit

Airdrop Ethics: VC Firm Draws Ire Following $2.5M Ribbon Finance Exploit


“There are rules we enforce socially, and this is an important example of that playing out,” Gabagool said. “Divergence responded in a few hours and returned 705 ETH because an anon with a Sopranos joke as a name tweeted an analysis? That is the opposite of ‘code is law.’ That’s community law, and I don’t think that’s a bad thing – we’re making up the rules as we go along.”

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