Here’s some of the questions that either get asked a lot on Telegram or are inevatible enough to make it worth providing an answer ahead of time.
Arbucks is an open-source charting and analytics web app for Arbitrum!
There is a token! See the token documentation for details.
Anyone is welcome to open an issue or submit a pull request to the project GitHub page. If you want, you can share some relevant DRM-free artwork in the Telegram group, and we might use it with your permission. Credit will be given!
It’s by far more decentralized than any other publicly available Arbitrum charting app thus far, but still far from satisfactory. See the decentralization page for more details!
There is no intention to shut this site down, and there are currently no known threats. Providers would be switched as soon as possible, and in the meantime, you’d have to build and run the code yourself.
The developer has no intention to purposefully disapper. However, gradual measures of decentralization are being taken to ensure the community can “keep the ball rolling”.
There is no known threat to this domain, but it could in theory get deleted, such as if the registrar decides that it violates some policy. In any case, this site just mirrors
arbucks.pages.dev, so that can be considered a backup. However, if that doesn’t work, you’ll have to build and run the code yourself until a new domain is set up. This site will eventually be available on at least one blockchain domain.
The community can create a new one, although there are absolutely no plans to shut the group down.
We’ve had a few issues with scammers attempting to hassle our group members. So we have had to ban some users. If you break a rule (there aren’t many), you’ll have to create a new account. Otherwise, you’ll have to trust the admin to not lose their account or make bans that contradict the group’s rules.
The developer is the owner, while each of the four advisors are group administrators, spanning across multiple timezones. Each username is visible on the team page.
September 11, 2021 @ 10 P.M. UTC. This was followed by a presale at 8:30 P.M. UTC the same day.
Arbiscan currently has a bug in which new tokens cannot verify their contract code. In the meantime, the source code is available on Pastebin. Furthermore, a step-by-step walkthrough of the code will appear in this very documentation section once we get around to writing it. It’ll be explained in mostly non-technical terms.
As of writing this, there’s one developer and four advisors. The developer is based in the United States and the advisors are based across the world, from APAC to Europe. For more information, you can check out the team page.
Technically not, no.