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· 5 min read

New website just dropped for the Juicebox Protocol

After countless workshops, discussions, and pull requests, the website for is now live featuring the new homepage, About page, and Success Stories, as well as some exciting new features like improved search and project tags. The new website was made possible by PeelDAO, the front end team building and maintaining, and WAGMI Studios, whose juicy artwork is featured throughout.

You can follow along in the video below or in this article.

The Homepage

Let’s get started with the homepage. At the top we’ve got a call-to-action: create a project and Fund your thing. And right below you can see a few trending projects built on Juicebox, so you can browse what creators are building and find some projects that align with your values and interests.

Fund your thing hero section on

Hero: Fund your thing, trending projects

You’ll also notice some categories at the top like DAO, NFT, and Fundraising. Those are a new feature: Project Tags! So for example, if you click on DAO you’ll be able to find projects that have added that tag. You can also use tags to filter your searches. Keep in mind that this is a new feature and not too many projects have added tags yet. Give it a try next time you’re browsing projects.

Explore Projects

Once you’re on the Explore page, you’ll also notice that search has been completely revamped so it’s now way easier to find specific projects or browse to find new ones. Looking for projects by Krause House? Try searching terms like “NBA”. If you’re feeling nounish you can search “nouns” and find projects in the Nouns ecosystem like SharkDAO.

Project tags on the Explore page

Explore page

Mental Models for Juicebox

So going back to the homepage, you’ll see a few examples of the different types of projects that you can build with Juicebox. Whether you’re starting a DAO, crowdfunding for a cause, launching an NFT project, or building something else, you can manage the funds transparently with your community.

Mental models for Juicecbox

Mental models for Juicebox

Introducing Success Stories

If you’d like to know more about past projects that have been successful, we’ve created a new Success Stories section which tells the story behind projects like ConstitutionDAO, MoonDAO, SharkDAO, and StudioDAO. Each case study will tell you how the project got started, how they set-up their project on Juicebox, and how they found success.

new success stories on Juicebox

Success Stories

How, What, and Why you should Juicebox

Back to the homepage, next we have a quick summary of how Juicebox works, including setting up your project with rules to build trust, managing your treasury onchain, and building your community with token and NFT issuance. You can also find a link to the docs if you want to learn more. Next we have a section highlighting some of Juicebox’s core strengths. Juicebox is:

  • Community owned
  • Reliable and transparent
  • Trust minimized
  • Flexible
  • Extensible

Section highlighting why you should use Juicebox

What is Juicy Picks?

After that we have the Juicy Picks section, which is a new section of curated projects on Juicebox that really stand out from the crowd. These projects will rotate on a monthly basis and will be chosen by the Juicebox community. Below this section you’ll find a number of categories you choose to find a project that’s right for you.

New Juicy Picks section

Juicy Picks for May 2023


If you still have some questions, make sure to check out the FAQ section near the bottom of the homepage.

Updated FAQ section on Juiebox website

How to get in touch

Last but not least, you’ll see a button at the bottom to contact onboarding. So if you’d like more personalized assistance while setting up your project, reach out via the contact form or join the Discord.

Shoutout to Sage Kellyn from WAGMI Studios for the amazing art and illustrations throughout the website. Juicebox really wouldn’t be the same without it.

New hero illustration for Juicebox website by Sage Kellyn

New hero illustration for by Sage Kellyn

Banny, along with a fruity assortment of new characters have been reimagined to embrace Juicebox’s new brand identity. Paired with a slick sans serif Agrandir, a font that “celebrates the beauty of being imperfect,” the Juicebox brand update keeps the protocol fresh while acknowledging its punk origins.

New About Page

Under Resources in the top navigation bar you’ll find a new About page for Juicebox. Here you can read about our mission statement, goals, learn about about the protocol and Juicebox DAO, the contributors at Juicebox, as well as our values.

New About page on Juicebox

Sections of the new About page on

The Juicebox protocol has grown a lot since its launch in July 2021. From contract versioning and audits to feature developments like tiered NFTs, to metaverse concerts at the Juice Lounge, countless members of Juicebox DAO have shaped what it is today through its active governance. Juicebox doesn’t drink from the kool-aid, it leverages the power of collective action through its community to help passionate creators and builders successfully launch and scale projects, openly on the Ethereum blockchain.

Screenshot of old create flow on

Screenshot of old version of

What are you waiting for, anon? Come explore the world of community-owned DAOs, fundraisers, non-profits, and other projects running on Juicebox today.

🐦 Follow Juicebox on Twitter: @JuiceboxETH

💬 Join the Juicebox Discord

🚀 Trending projects on Juicebox

📚 Project Creator Docs

📹 YouTube Tutorials

· 3 min read

JBX V3 migration guide

Got JBX? This guide is for you!

Juicebox V3.1 contracts are now live and the V3 JBX token has been deployed to mainnet. If you hold V1 JBX or have unclaimed tokens from the Juicebox V2 project, you can now migrate to the V3 JBX token.

V1 JBX token address: 0x3abf2a4f8452ccc2cf7b4c1e4663147600646f66

V3 JBX token address: 0x4554CC10898f92D45378b98D6D6c2dD54c687Fb2

Before you start

Here are a couple things to keep in mind before starting:

  • The migration process will ask you to submit 3 or 4 transactions
  • This process can take 15 minutes or longer
  • You can migrate your tokens over time

The following guide assumes the following:

  • you have V1 JBX and/or unclaimed Juicebox V2 tokens
  • you use Metamask as your browser wallet

Your steps may vary depending on your situation. If you have questions, please visit the Support channel in Juicebox Discord.

Step 1: Navigate to the JuiceboxDAO project

Connect your wallet and navigate to the JuiceboxDAO project:

Step 2: Tokens tab

Select the Tokens tab and refer to the Legacy tokens section. If you have JBX from JuiceboxDAO's V1 or V2 project, you should have legacy tokens. Click Migrate tokens.

Tokens section

Step 3: Grant permission for V1 tokens

Click Grant permission for your V1 JBX and confirm the transaction in your browser wallet.

This transaction grants the V3 JBX contract permission to transfer your JBX on your behalf. If you have V1 JBX, this step is required for migration.

Grant V1 permission

Step 4: Grant permission for V2 tokens

Click Grant permission for your V2 JBX and confirm the transaction in your browser wallet.

This transaction grants the V3 JBX contract permission to transfer your Juicebox V2 tokens on your behalf. If you have Juicebox V2 tokens, this step is required for migration.

Grant V2 permission

Step 5: Approve migration and set spending cap

This transaction approves the V3 JBX contract to spend your V1 JBX on your behalf. If you have V1 JBX, this step is required for migration.

Approve token spend

Click Approve and in Metamask select Use Default. This will approve the spend of your total claimed V1 JBX balance.

Metamask set spending cap part 1

Click Next to proceed and then Approve to confirm the transaction.

Metamask set spending cap part 2

Step 6: Migrate all approved tokens

Click Migrate all approved tokens and confirm the transaction in your browser wallet.

This transaction migrates all approved V1 JBX and unclaimed Juicebox V2 tokens to JBX V3.

Migration final step

Step 7: Success!

Refresh the page and revisit the Tokens tab. Be sure to verify the following:

  • Your balance: should be greater than zero
  • Legacy balance: should be zero

That's it! If you have questions, please visit the Support channel in Juicebox Discord.

· 4 min read
Author: matterturbulent
Date: (2022-12-04)


constitutuion movement

E Pluribus Unum — Out of Many, One

15 Web3 groups (and counting) have come together to fundraise and bid on a private copy of the US Constitution going up for auction at Sotheby’s on December 13. This movement—called UnumDAO is the spiritual sequel to ConstitutionDAO, with many of the orgs being born from or inspired by the movement last year. We are utilizing the private multisig application Nucleo to obfuscate a portion of the donations to make our bid more competitive, and we plan to raise the remaining funds publicly on Juicebox. We’re prepared to show the world how far crypto has come in one year and to give our community and industry a positive signal. The goal is to start with the Constitution, and then continue acquiring important civic artifacts in order to create a “People’s Museum,” totally controlled by governance NFT holders, rotating to new locations, and educating the public about the history and innovations of democracy.

We are proud to partner with Juicebox given its status as the go-to decentralized platform for projects to raise funds in Web3. We are requesting a $150,000 USD grant from Juicebox at the initiation of the fundraise to seed it. Additionally, we want to use the holdFees flag(1) to enable us to refund donors in full should we lose the auction.

If bid fails then all funds become refundable, including the grant. All donors have the opportunity to reclaim funds within a 30 day window. After the 30 day window then remaining the funds get sent to the UnumDAO multisig for acquisition, curation, and care of other civic artifacts.


This proposal will cement the partnership between JuiceboxDAO and “ConstitutionDAO2,” while simultaneously kickstarting the fundraiser. We recognize that Juicebox plays an essential role in the ecosystem, championing the value of decentralization. Juicebox is an essential tooling in Web3 and unlocks the ability for regenerative projects to establish their governance communities. This proposal represents a middle ground between shutting off fees and leaving them as is.


  1. JuiceboxDAO to distribute $150k worth of ETH to the UnumDAO project fundraiser from the v1 JuiceboxDAO treasury in FC#37.
  2. Utilization of the holdFees flag to enable full refund should UnumDAO lose the auction.
  3. Vocal support from Juicebox as a partner in the movement.


Sotheby’s valued the Constitution copy at $20 - $30 million USD. If Juicebox fees are 2.5% and gives the project fundraiser a $150,000 grant then the fundraiser has to raise at least $6 million for Juicebox fees to exceed the initial $150,000 put in.


If the fundraiser undershoots $6 million but still wins the Constitution in the auction then JuiceboxDAO will not receive more fees than the initial amount of the grant.


Within the next couple of days the fundraiser will go live and JuiceboxDAO should make the 150k donation upon initiation of the fundraiser. Should UnumDAO lose the auction we expect to do the refund based on the reasonable timeline for such activity. All donors have the opportunity to reclaim their funds within the 30 day window. Throughout the auction leading up to Dec 13 the coalition will advocate for Web3 to once again come together and buy a Constitution. Except this time we will win.


Hold fees:

By default, JBX membership fees are paid automatically when funds are distributed out of the ecosystem from a project's treasury. During funding cycles configured to hold fees, this fee amount is set aside instead of being immediately processed. Projects can get their held fees returned by adding the same amount of withdrawn funds back to their treasury. Otherwise, JuiceboxDAO or the project can process these held fees at any point to get JBX at the current rate.

This allows a project to withdraw funds and later add them back into their Juicebox treasury without incurring fees.

This applies to both distributions from the distribution limit and from the overflow allowance.

· 5 min read

Defifa banner

Defifa is an experimental pop-up NFT game that accompanies the 2022 FIFA World Cup. Minting started Nov 8th and will close before the first kickoff of the competition on November 21st. The game definitively ends on December 25th—7 days after the final whistle of the competition—at which point all treasury funds will be made available to those that wish to redeem their NFTs.

There are 3 novel ideas worth calling attention to that make Defifa possible:

NFT Distribution

Over the past five months, engineering contributors at Juicebox DAO have been developing an NFT distribution mechanism that project owners can configure and attach to any of their funding cycles. With this NFT extension attached, inbound payments have the opportunity to mint a token from an ERC-721 contract if certain conditions are met. This 721 can contain any number of payment tiers, which can define their own visual and descriptive metadata, minimum contribution thresholds, max supply, a ratio of tokens to reserve for a pre-programmed beneficiary, voting weights, and other properties to ensure confidence for both the project owner and community.

Defifa uses this system to define 32 tiers corresponding to the 32 teams competing at the World Cup. All tiers are contained within the same NFT collection. Each tier has no max supply and requires a contribution of 0.022 ETH into the Defifa treasury. All contributions to this treasury qualify and must specify the desired teams from which to mint. Clients can specify if the payment’s value must be used in full towards mints — if the payment is not quantified in 0.022 ETH increments, it will revert.

Defifa team NFTs

Project ownership

Project owners have the exclusive ability to configure a project’s future funding cycles. Most Juicebox projects created thus far have been owned by a person or a multisig. The Defifa project is instead owned by a contract that automates the queuing of four hard-coded funding cycles which define the game’s four phases. Funding cycles are sequential and each is bound by timestamps defined at the game’s instantiation.

The first funding cycle is the mint phase:

  • Payments into the treasury are accepted and team NFTs are minted as described above.
  • Redemptions are honored for a full refund of the mint price.
  • Reserved tokens cannot be minted during this phase.

The second funding cycle starts at the exact time of the FIFA World Cup’s first kickoff:

  • Payments are paused to prevent any future mints.
  • Redemptions are paused to prevent access to the treasury’s funds.
  • Reserved tokens can now be minted for each tier such that 1 of every 10 tokens belong to the Defifa Ballkids who developed the game and encourage fluid gameplay.

The third funding cycle starts at the kickoff time of the tournament’s quarterfinals:

  • Transfers for all NFTs from all teams are locked and become temporarily soulbound.
  • All other rules are the same from funding cycle #2.

The fourth funding cycle starts seven days after the final match is played:

  • Transfers for all NFTs are unlocked.
  • Payments remain paused to guarantee no new mints.
  • Redemptions are reopened so that NFTs can be burned to reclaim an underlying share of the treasury. More on this in the Scorecards section below.
  • This phase lasts forever.

Each phase must be queued before the current phase ends. This transaction can be sent by any player.

Artwork by gabobena.eth

Artwork by gabobena.eth


The game is entirely self-refereed, meaning that it does not rely on on-chain oracles to convey real world outcomes. Instead, NFT holders are solely responsible for attesting to the correct scorecard that represents what happened in real life. A “correct” scorecard is determined only by social consensus.

This version of the game justifies correctness as follows:

  • There are 100,000 total points to be distributed. 20,000 points are available to each of five rounds of the FIFA tournament, divided evenly between the winner of each game in the round.

  • There are 48 group stage games total, 8 round-of-16 games, 4 quarterfinal, 2 semifinal, and 1 final. This means that each group stage game is worth 416 points, each round of 16 game worth 2,500, each quarter final worth 5,000, each semi final worth 10,000, leaving the final with the remaining 20,032. The correct scorecard should represent the amount of accumulated points by each team divided by the total available 100,000 points.

  • Each team has 1 vote, divided evenly between all of its NFT holders. Scorecards can be submitted by anyone at any time and voting opens during the World Cup final. During phase 4, a scorecard can be ratified once 50% of all teams have agreed on the correct treasury distribution. Once ratified, each NFT has access to the treasury along the same distribution as the scorecard. Each individual NFT can be redeemed to reclaim a proportional share of the team’s value. This is the only way to access the game’s treasury.

  • Funding cycle 4 lasts forever, meaning an NFT can be redeemed (burned) at any time for its underlying ETH. It can also be collected and traded forever.

Defifa is an experiment and will work as long as it has been configured correctly, however players should participate at their own risk. The code is open source and players are encouraged to fork the framework to run similar experiments for subsequent tournament-style competitions. Boa sorte!

Banny goal

Artwork by Sage Kellyn

· 3 min read
Felixander upends how we think about NFT trading

The Juicebox protocol has its eyes set on the FIFA World Cup this year. A new project called Defifa is set to launch on November 5th, and will allow players to purchase NFT flags of any of the 32 World Cup teams set to play this year.

Argentina flag

(example of the Argentina flag NFT)

Where it gets it exciting is when the World Cup starts. From the first kick-off, all NFTs become non redeemable. The treasury that has amassed all the ETH for the NFTs will become locked, as well. As each phase of the World Cup takes place, the NFTs claim on the treasury will change proportional to their finalist ranking. Midway through the World Cup, the NFTs will also become non-transferable, meaning holders will be locked into waiting for the outcome of the games. At the end of the competition, all participants must ratify a scorecard to attest to the accurate results of the World Cup, at which point the NFTs will be come unlocked and can make their claim on the treasury. So if you purchased an NFT of a team that ended up winning, redeeming that NFT at the end of the World Cup could give you back more than you paid for it. For a short video breakdown, check out this explainer on twitter.

A protocol more flexible than an olympic gymnast

The entire is run on the very same protocol that ran ConstitutionDAO last year, and that is currently home to a variety of projects including, including MoonDAO and JuiceboxDAO. But for Defifa, there were some important tweaks.

The protocol has no idea who will win or lose in the world cup, and who will get knocked out. While one obvious solution is to appeal to an off-chain oracle, a much more interesting one was to have the NFT holders participate themselves. When a new game has happened, anybody can submit a scorecard which NFT holders must then vote on to ratify. Doing this allows the protocol to run more purely, but it also introduces some interesting dynamics.

A game of chance or cooperation?

Anybody working on defifa will tell you that this is a grand experiment, the outcome of which can’t be predicted. In theory, the game should run smoothly— NFTs are minted, held, participants vote and at the end the NFTs can be redeemed against the treasury with their new (adjusted by the game’s outcomes) value. But what if that doesn’t happen?

What if some people refuse to vote, or vote in bad faith? Or what if so many people purchase the NFT of a favored team, that the claim on the treasury between all those holders is actually quite small? Statistically speaking, what is the expected value of purchasing a highly favored versus a long-shot team, and when does it make sense to trade your NFT and when doesn’t it? The beauty is that nobody knows, and those that play will all find out in real-time.

Where to learn more?

Head over to to learn some of the details of each game phase and to see the NFTs offered. To hear a short podcast episode with the creator, jango, head on over to spotify. And if you’d just like to hang out and say hi, come to the Juicebox discord and feel free to ask any questions there.

· 4 min read

On Tuesday, May 3rd (Wednesday May 4th local Chinese time), some Juicebox members (including jango, Zeugh, peri, filipv and your favorite author, to name just a few) engaged in an open discord call with Chinese-speaking JB community members and contributors. This article recaps some of the main points discussed. Also a huge shout-out to Zhape for his excellent on-the-fly translations!

Translation needs

The translation efforts are coming back underway as JB has overhauled its documents over the past few weeks. One area of concern was in how to best achieve accurate translations that can be written engagingly. The need for accurate translators, particularly who are comfortable working from English to Chinese, was underscored by Zhape. If you are comfortable translating into Chinese fluently and would like to contribute to translation efforts, reach out to Zotico in the #translation channel.

Guerilla Marketing Campaign and Community Building

Zeugh gave a brief highlight of some intended efforts at marketing and community building. Currently, there have been discussions to send some Juicebox contributors to Crypto or NFT conferences where they can network and spread the word about Juicebox. Possible eventual speaking opportunities at conferences, or sponsorships of conferences, are also being discussed, but at the moment the goal is to start small and see if we can spread the word about Juicebox and make meaningful connections between communities, or create opportunities for people to open projects on the Juicebox platform.

Translating outreach/community content

One area discussed was the importance of trying to make it a priority to translate into Chinese blog posts, interviews, or other materials that will help bridge the gap between our Chinese-speaking and English-speaking communities. For instance, an article such as this one that simply updates the community at large on a recent discord call, or an article that announces major changes coming with V2, would be excellent opportunities to inform our Chinese-speaking readers and to open the opportunity to gain feedback from them.

The state of V2

jango gave some insights on how the V2 protocol is coming along. Front-end of the protocol is still under development and coming along nicely, and in the mean time fine-tuning measures in the back-end continue to ensure a smooth rollout. The V2 protocol will allow many creative opportunities to build extensions, and offer more tools to project creation. So far early reception has been very good.

Tokenomics strategies

The question of how tokens should be disbursed, traded and valued also came up. The goal of ensuring that a project received the best rate of JBX per ETH is being discussed and worked on. Practically, this would mean that if a better JBX rate existed from an AMM, a project creator would receive that rate JBX at the AMM exchange rate. While JBX currently has low liquidity, one line of thinking is that such a system, which would necessarily drive traffic to such AMM’s, would serve as a mechanism to build those liquidity pools. Importantly, the impetus for such a process starting will likely come as Juicebox incentivizes these opportunities.

Voting equity

Another core topic of discussion was around voting equity in the current DAO governance. The question centered around how to strike a balance between early contributing members, such as jango, who have very large sums of JBX and thus have tremendous voting power, and members who may be contributing heavily but are newer, and thus have far lower voting power. This is a catch-22, but it is important to note that this imbalance is certainly aware to early contributors such as peri, jango and others. In the case of per and jango, they do not engage in voting for this reason (both were quick to point out). One solution is to continue issuing JBX, which will give more voting power to more individuals, but this also flies squarely against certain opinions to completely stop JBX issuance. It is a complex situation that has a lot of moving parts, and is inextricably linked to the JBX issuance/AMM situation mentioned above. Ultimately the thinking is that with these new changes, solutions may present themselves and we will see growth and directions in these domains.

Main Takeaways

This call provided important information and helped streamline communication between the English-speaking and Chinese-speaking Juicebox member communities. The nature of questions remained substantive throughout and finding a cadence to have such calls seems like a good strategy moving forward. A huge thank-you to our members, both English- and Chinese-speakers, for taking the time to hop on this call and for having such open and transparent discussions. And again a huge thank-you to Zhape, who translated and managed the discussion and kept a good flow going!

· 2 min read

If you held JBX before 2022-02-23 and have not done so already, claim your JBX!

We've seen some super interesting results from the Juicebox Benefits Airdrop which launched last month. ARCx has worked with us to collate and summarise some preliminary findings from the airdrop. Results below!


To fully comprehend the findings, it helps to quickly define the terminology used in our analysis.

Most of these findings centralise around a concept called the "Retention Rate". The retention rate is defined as the lowest JBX balance for an address after the airdrop. To better understand this, let's use an example:

0x123 claims 100 JBX tokens from the airdrop. They then go on to sell 30 of their tokens immediately after claiming. This address then waits a week, and buys back the originally sold 30 tokens. In this scenario 0x123 would have a retention rate of 70%, even after buying back the tokens, as it is the greatest amount of tokens sold after the claim.

This logic ensures that per address the retention rate can only go down over time.

The second concept to understand is the "Average Retention Rate". Many of these graphs aggregate the retention rates across all claimers in the airdrop. The average retention rate is defined as the average of all the retention rates for all addresses whom have claimed already. So, again using an example, if 10 addresses claimed the airdrop each day, then the average retention rate on day 1 would only consider the first 10 address and not any of the addresses who claimed on day 2, day 3, etc.


The first graph shows retention rates 28 days after several major airdrops. The Juicebox Benefits Airdrop had unprecedented levels of hodling!

The next graph also shows retention rates, but instead shows them over time. After a brief selloff, retention was remarkably stable.

Next, we consider this same retention rate over time broken down across the 3 different score chorts (see JBP-114). Interestingly, the cohort with scores between 53-200 had the second highest retention rate, beating out the 201-300 cohort by ~15% at times.

Finally, we looked at how quickly each cohort claimed their JBX. Interestingly, the 53-200 tier fared better than the 201-300 tier in this metric as well.

Thank you to everybody who helped make this airdrop happen. More information and analysis will be coming soon!

· 2 min read

Juicebox v2

Jango's proposal to Deploy v2 passed by overwhelming majority. You can learn more about v2 on the docs.

Currently, v2 is scheduled to deploy on April 16th.

Frontend efforts are already well underway: as of 2022-04-07, the V2 feature parity milestone is 64% complete. Feature parity is Phase 1 of PeelDAO's roadmap for v2.

veBanny Frontend

VeBanny has pushed into a new stage. We have completed all the Layers, Backgrounds and token spreads. The Ui for the VeBanny voting token minting site has been fully drafted. All contracts are written and nearly finalized. Next steps are to tighten up some front end pieces and start the build out.

For realtime progress updates, take a look at the Figma.

Juicebox High

Juicebox High is live (and you are on it right now)! Join the Discord and send a message in #documentation if you're interested in contributing or have ideas for improvements.

You can use the new blog with your RSS reader by adding or

Metaverse Festivities

Lexicon Devils has some amazing plans for April! Here's the schedule:

Head to the Juicebox Lounge to join!

Juicebox in the words of

Felixander has launched a new interview series called "Juicebox in the words of".

In his words: “Juicebox in the words of” is a series that highlights JB community members in interview form. Learn about members’ roles at JB and what makes them tick.

Interviews with zom, filipv, jango, and peri have already been published. You can find the latest interviews (and more) on the blog.


FC#20 temperature checks are live now. Head to the Discord and vote! Snapshot voting opens at 00:00 UTC on 2022-04-12.

· 4 min read

You can claim your JBX here! For more information, read on.


Juicebox's legitimacy as a DAO is built upon sufficient decentralization of power, access, and ownership. To accomplish this ideal, Juicebox must attract and retain an active community that has Juicebox's long-term interests in mind.

One of the most direct methods for improving decentralization is the airdrop. Several airdrop proposals were made to this effect in FC#15, all of which were rejected.

As part of a new airdrop proposal, ARCx has crafted a Juicebox Benefits Score which identifies Juicebox community members based on their token holding behaviour and governance participation.

See JBP-114: Juicebox Benefits Airdrop

Score Methodology

The Juicebox Benefits Program identifies and rewards active community members who hold Juicebox DAO’s long-term interests at heart. The score rewards active contributors by measuring governance participation, and rewards long-term support by measuring how long a wallet has held JBX.

Governance Factor (60%)

The Governance Factor measures the number of Juicebox Snapshot proposals that a wallet has voted in. The wallet with the highest Governance score is given 600 points, and the wallet with the lowest score is given zero. All other wallets are linearly scored within those bounds—for example, a wallet that voted in half as many snapshot proposals would be given 300 points.

HODL Factor (40%)

The HODL Factor measures the number of UTC dates that a wallet has held at least 1 JBX (either claimed or unclaimed). The wallet with the highest HODL score is given 400 points, and the wallet with the lowest score is given zero. All other wallets are linearly scored within those bounds—for example, a wallet that held JBX for half as many dates would be given 200 points.

How to Claim

Visit and connect your wallet to see if you are eligible. You can also claim a free passport to view this score (and other scores) on

On 2022-06-07 at 22:00 UTC, any unclaimed JBX which remains in the smart contract will be returned to the multisig for future use.

Your score on might not be the same as your score on To prevent sybil attacks, the airdrop scores were measured at Ethereum block 14,263,369.

What's Next?

Going forward, the community could use the Juicebox Benefits score to make new airdrops, to set up a gated Merch Squad collection, to make gated Discord roles, or even to create exclusive Juicebox-themed ARCx passport skins. These scores are verifiable onchain, meaning they can be permissionlessly used in smart contracts or used through an API.

Some other examples mentioned by ARCx include:

  • Distributing airdrops equitably
  • Boosting smart contract staking yields
  • Verifying social status via Discord roles
  • Offering free smart contract insurance to the best users
  • Fee & product discounts
  • Many more

This score evolves with your behaviour over time! Although the methodology could evolve, Juicebox Benefits projects aim to reward active contributors which support Juicebox's long-term goals. Your participation and support of Juicebox will be reflected in these scores over time.

If you have ideas or suggestions, share them in the ARCx Discord or in #jbx-benefits on the Juicebox Discord.


Airdrop contract: 0x518e3CdBcda4f0735399c9F1e03A7aBC7562632f
Merkle root: 0xba0ccda021dd3008d51728ccd530dfe42d6bba07f8118d8a796e26d80e305009
Sweeper: 0xAF28bcB48C40dBC86f52D459A6562F658fc94B1e

Main Repository

Airdrop CSV

Merkle Root(use yarn && yarn generate-list to verify).

Airdrop contract on Etherscan

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  • Devs aren't just coders. Anyone who recognizes genuine inefficiencies and makes themself useful toward delivering great solutions is a dev.

filipv, STVG, twodam, zeugh, phytann, sage, mieos, nicholas, zom-bae, mrgoldstein, zhape, westlife29, linywan, peacenode, germs, gulan, and a few other JB friends don't contribute code to the core contracts or site, but they show up to dev everything else they recognize can add value: governance, tools, dev ops, analytics, Banny, cryptovoxels empire, Discord bots, podcasts, translations, education, bookkeeping, support, strategy etc.

  • Devs are individuals, not entities. DAOs, VCs, corporations, campaigns, and projects may have great devs within them, but aren't devs themselves.
  • Devs like to dev with other devs.
  • Devs are often artful.
  • Devs are never zero-sum thinkers.
  • Devs should continue to improve how we build alongside each other at scale and audit each other's work along the way. More agency, less management.
  • Leaders are devs who also delegate effectively between other devs. Any dev can be a leader, the more the merrier.
  • Devs should continue to work towards improving the experience of other devs.
  • Devs who build in the open have leverage.
  • Resources follow devs.
  • Power decentralizes as more people become devs.