From the Husky website: " The original Avalanche meme token; backed by memes and community support. The Husky contract is behind a time lock with its liquidity locked for the next 1800 years. Husky underwent a stealth launch on May 12th, 2021, and there are no team allocated tokens. "
The Husky Token Smart Contract Address is:
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It is very unlikely that a project will get a score above 90%. Anywhere from 50% - 90% should be considered a good score. This score is to help you make decisions when you are researching a project. Projects that have been rated can request a scoring change based on updates they have completed.
10% will be subtracted from scores if there is Censorship happening in the project's communities. Rugpull Prevention is against censorship. Criticisms should be met with intelligent debate, not censorship. Obviously, there is always a need for moderation and to ban and remove some inappropriate content, lies, FUD.
I feel that it is important when scoring a project to take notice of how much they care about the price of their token. If all they talk about is price, then it is a red flag and an indicator that they might be looking to scam. Price discussions can sometimes be healthy and I think it would be difficult to attain a perfect score for this metric.
This is hard to attain a perfect score for this metric. To receive the full 7.5% the project would need multiple mods covering every one of their socials that moderate that specific social network.
Projects that convey professionalism give confidence to investors that they are not a scam.
This is a metric that cannot always be influenced by the project. This metric is measured in a general way. If the community members are rude and not helpful to each other and other possible investors then it can be a bad thing for the project. Does the community spam in other rooms? This is also measured.
There are a lot of great projects that are not professionally audited. Either you are audited or you are not. If you're not audited by a professional organization then the project will most likely have 0% in this metric. It doesn't mean the project is a scam. It just means the project is not audited.
Is the contract verified so everyone can read the code? Does the team of the project hold all of the liquidity? Has the contract creator deployed many tokens on avalanche? This is all considered in this metric.
Is the ownership of the Contract renounced? Does the team have the ability to mint tokens? Is there a timelock in place? A perfect score would indicate that there are no possible ways to influence the price or liquidity of the tokens.
Does the team have an unusually large amount of tokens available for them to sell whenever they want? Has the team held on to all tokens and has not sold any? A perfect score would indicate that the team has zero tokens and has not sold any in the past. This may not be realistic in most cases, but it is possible.
Is the developers, CEO or team known and has a long history of achievements? It will be difficult to achieve a perfect score in this category unless Emin or Vitalik applies to get a Detective Score.
Is the team willing and open to discussions about working together with other projects? Do they seem overall willing to at least talk about it? Do they immediately shut down conversations from other projects? How active are they working with other projects?
How unique is the project? Does it do anything different than other projects are doing? Is it just a copy/paste?
How active is the social media accounts of the project? Does the project neglect some social media accounts that they have set up? Do they have positions in the project that someone is dedicated only to socials?