Earlier this week, we kicked off our new video tutorial series as @angelaminster explained how to get started on Velocity.
Now, Flipside Crypto’s Angela Minster has returned. And this time, she’ll be showing you everything you need to know to get started solving crypto bounties.
Getting started with crypto bounties
In today’s video, @angelaminster is solving a past bounty. Specifically, she’ll be analyzing how many times different addresses have increased or decreased liquidity in ETH. To solve this bounty, we will be using the LP actions table from the Uniswap V3 schema.
To get the answer, all you need to do is:
- Create and name a new collection, name the query, and add the query to the Velocity interface.
- Then, you’ll select the schema and table needed to complete the query from the menu on the left-hand side.
- Next, run the query, get your result, and add the result to a new dashboard. You can also create graphs based on the data found in your query
- Repeat these steps to answer every part of the bounty you’re attempting to answer.
- Once you’re finished, submit your full dashboard to our review panel.
That’s it! Once you complete those five steps, you’ll have submitted your first bounty to Flipside Crypto.
Become a crypto bounty hunter
Got a handle on how to solve Flipside Crypto bounties using Velocity and SQL? Good. Now it’s time to put that knowledge into practice, start getting paid for answering crypto analytics queries and become a full-fledged bounty hunter.
You can find our Terra bounties here, and Uniswap bounties here. Plus, you can join our community on Discord, and subscribe to our weekly newsletter, the Bounty Brief. That way you won’t miss out on any of our bounties, educational content, and more.