About Tally Ho Airdrop
Tally Ho Airdrop is a community-owned and operated Web3 wallet, built as a browser extension. Tally Ho is an opportunity to deliver a wallet built on openness through its product, culture, code, and community. It has confirmed to launch an own token called “DOGGO” and could do an airdrop to early users of the wallet. Making swaps in the wallet may make you eligible for an airdrop once they launch an own token. Different DeFi users could also become eligible for the airdrop.
|Token Name||Tally Ho Airdrop|
|Total Supply||30,000,000,000 DOGGO|
|KYC||KYC Is Not requirement|
|Whitepaper||Click Here To View|
|Collect Airdrop||Click Here To Collect Free Airdrop|
How To Join Age Of Tally Ho Airdrop
Download the Tally Ho wallet for Chrome or Firefox.
Install the wallet and make swaps.
Tally Ho has confirmed to launch an own token called “DOGGO”.
Making swaps in the wallet may make you eligible for an airdrop once they launch an own token.
Different DeFi users could also become eligible for the airdrop.
Please note that there is no guarantee that they will do an airdrop. It’s only speculation.
Finally, an alternative to MetaMask
Tally Ho makes it safe and easy to connect to DeFi and web3. It’s got everything you need from MetaMask, plus lots more to love.
Core Community Values
- 1.Access over privilege
- 2.Open source over restrictive licensing
- 3.Community ownership over centralized profiteering
Tally Ho is built for users, and owned by the community. The Tally Ho team has taken a series of concrete steps to hand Tally Ho governance over to the community. At the end of November, the Tally Ho source code was released as open source under the copyleft GPLv3 software license. In early December 2021, Tally Ho announced a Call for Delegates to get start building a community of users who are interested in being directly involved with governance. In mid-December, the Tally Ho Community Edition was launched – both to get community feedback and so you can see what we’ve been working on.
Call for Delegates
Two weeks after Tally Ho became open source, they announced a Call for Delegates – looking for people who are interested in free software, open finance, and open culture to join us as delegates for the Tally Ho DAO. Taking a page from two of our favorite projects—Gitcoin and ENS—we believe that delegation helps ensure that the will of community members are reflected by the DAO, even if we can’t all engage in Tally Ho governance on a day-by-day basis.
To hand governance to the community, we need to organize. They need leaders from inside and outside growing community to step up and share, educate, and govern the Tally Ho ecosystem. Anyone may nominate themselves as a Tally Ho delegate. For those who want to stay involved but prefer not to vote on every proposal, they can delegate their votes to community leaders (aka delegates).
Tally Contribution Guide
Before submitting your first PR to Github, please check out Contributor Guide on the Tally Ho Extension open source repo.
Free & Open Source
Web3 should be built on Web3 technology and principles, not a centralized Web 2.0 approach to development. This is why we’ve taken steps to ensure that Tally Ho starts open source and stays open source with the adoption of a copyleft GPLv3 license. This decision also guarantees that the wallet’s codebase is composable with the rest of the Web3 stack and won’t be stolen by a corporation.
Deciding What to Work On
Tally Ho is currently being built by a core team in collaboration with a community on the Tally Ho Community Discord server. Discord is the right place to start discussions on new features and bugs. The community on Discord, led by a few designated folks will help to funnel these into well-organized GitHub issues for features and bugs, as well as organize folks to tackle any issues they’re interested in. For the time being, the core team will be charged with reviewing, critiquing, and ultimately merging new work.