Recently, my perspective has been absent from the discourse surrounding Disarticulated Skullys. I would like to take this opportunity to share my story and provide some clarity.
Working on this project was a truly fulfilling experience. There were certainly ups and downs, but the camaraderie within our community made overcoming the challenges worth it. I am proud of the contributions I made to the project and the community.
It was just a few weeks before the mint date that I was brought onboard for DSkullys. I was not a founding member, nor did I have any access to the mint funds or authorization keys to make changes to the metadata. I did my best with what I had available.
I received 5% of the project’s mint funds, which amounted to approximately 200 SOL, as compensation for my work. This is worth mentioning in comparison to the 1% received by each pre-mint administrator.
Just like everyone else, I acquired my DSkullys either by minting them for 0.75 SOL or purchasing them on secondary marketplaces. No NFTs were allocated to the team.
I always considered myself a dedicated community member with additional responsibilities. Those familiar with my contributions know that I poured my heart into the community on a daily basis.
I chose to depart from the team in September and, instead of making a public spectacle, I decided to leave quietly. While some may have criticized my choice, it felt like the right thing to do at the time.
I have nothing to hide and the blockchain speaks for itself. Rather than assigning blame, I want to emphasize that my intentions were never malicious. Despite rumours, I did not profit significantly from the project, and I am not the villain in the new DSkully lore. The truth is much more nuanced.
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