I’m working on developing a small tool that monitors automatically the Apecoins treasury’s financials. The overarching goal is to enhance the transparency of the DAO, serving as an independent control/check. This would essentially function as an additional layer of assurance, beyond the DAO administrator’s “reports” and “figures”, ensuring all activities align with the intended approvals.
However, in the course of my work, I’ve come across some wallets which I am struggling to identify and link them to an AIP. I’ve been operating under the assumption that the initial transaction from a new wallet represents a payment or funding action, and the residual amount is subsequently transferred to another treasury-affiliated wallet.
It’s a non-official tool and can certainly contain errors, but I’d say it’s better than having no information at all
If someone have a bit more insights and would have information about any of that below wallets, and what their usecase was, i would appreciate your support!
Funded on 15. February:
0x96c41aa08d8effdfd86697f6dece1bb889b27004 (42k APE)
Funded: 12 Aug 2022 (30k APE), 29 Dez 2022 (63k APE), 13.01.2023 (3k APE), 2.11.2023 (3k APE),
0x72dce6fa22eba1f0abcb28629a3918c6c88269da (99.6k APE)
Funded: 20 Dez 2022
0x17EbB536CeFA1A06cC38a7966Ba0394900d2F0B4 (400k APE)
Funded:15 Feb 2023
0x4899f2ed51a0b52979bcbdbfc2bee05867347906 (200k Ape)
Funded: Several TX from 2023
0x798fc92ae91af48d817812a9686d767f33034a16 (481k APE)
Funded 24 April 2023
0xdbefb887662ca19cd485381f3386fe5f8537b910 (656k APE)
I may find more wallets as time goes on which i can not identify, but I want to identify the largest DAO receivers first.
Appreciate your help!