I've followed the advice of Stan and Toast and produced the following list of balances for AGS
However the process is sketchy and prone to error and interference - this is unacceptable for such important data. It leaves a crypto-asset creator with the responsibility for any errors, but without the power to ensure there are no errors.
Thus, I've posted the list of balances in advance of launch to transfer the responsibility of ensuring they are correct to I3. I3 - please confirm the list of balances is correct.
It occurs to me it would be easier for I3 to create a list of balances and sign them, rather than try to verify that the list that I've produced is correct. It is therefore my recommendation that I3 does that for this and future distributions.
To be clear, these are Lottoshares balances for AGS holders, not AGS balances. To compare to your expected AGS balance, multiply by (
1000 / 153
The total is about 430 short of 10,000,000 - is this small enough to be caused by rounding?
We definitely need to have a single "this is the AGS distribution list" once the fundraising period is over, which we can triple check using independent implementations as was done for XT. No dev should have to spend more than 3 minutes on this.
IMO it is not worth the time to ensure this is 100% accurate. You can choose to honor "almost-AGS" instead of AGS. AGS holders will thank you in either case and nobody's gonna fork it to give AGS holders their extra 1%. As the developer you could totally push the blame onto I3 and all that would happen is there would be extra pressure to get it right the next time around. Unpopular opinion?