To ensure a safe and trustworthy environment for builders and their users, Reservoir has implemented comprehensive measures to identify and surface spam tokens and collections.
This guide will explore how Reservoir identifies these collections and tokens and surfaces this information for builders.
Automated Spam Identification
Reservoir uses a combination of signals to help automatically identify spam collections and tokens. These include:
- Non-standard contracts
- Suspicious wallet activity
- Lack of or low sales volume
- Incomplete collection and token metadata
Collaboration with Trustworthy Partners
Reservoir actively engages in partnerships and collaborations with reputable industry players, including trusted artists, collectors, and marketplaces. These alliances provide additional layers of scrutiny and validation, ensuring that NFT collections listed on the platform meet the highest standards of quality and authenticity. By leveraging expertise from trusted partners, Reservoir enhances its ability to detect and prevent spam and scam NFT collections.
Reservoir actively encourages its community members to report any suspicious NFT collections or tokens they come across on the platform. This crowdsourced approach allows for efficient identification and immediate action against potential scams. You can report any collection or token you believe is spam here.
Collections, Tokens and User Tokens endpoints return
is_spam field which can be used to identify spam collections and tokens. This data gives builders flexibility to handle spam assets appropriately based on their own customers and use cases.
Users Tokens can also be called with
excludeSpam to automatically filter out any tokens that have been flagged as spam.
Updated about 1 month ago