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Launch your Token with an Earn.com Airdrop – Earn.com — Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency News

Instantly bootstrap your new blockchain project with 100,000+ cryptocurrency early adopters.

Today we’re excited to announced the launch of Earn.com Airdrops — a new way for blockchain entrepreneurs to give 100,000+ Earn.com users a free trial of any new coin or token.

What is an Earn.com Airdrop?

An Airdrop is an efficient way for the founders of new blockchain projects to bootstrap their burgeoning communities by giving away free tokens. During an Airdrop, verified Earn.com users who have opted-in to receiving messages about new blockchain projects get the opportunity to claim a new digital asset and transfer it to their wallets.

Blockchain entrepreneurs benefit from Airdrops because they can now simply pay to acquire huge numbers of cryptocurrency early adopters, including many influential angels, VCs, CEOs, and blockchain personalities. And Earn.com users benefit because they get early access to some of the most interesting tokens without paying anything at all.

Why do an Airdrop?

At Earn.com we’ve already helped 100+ projects like Etherparty, Blockstack, and Icon find buyers for their new coins and tokens. These projects have gone on to sell more than $750M in digital assets.

With Airdrops, we’re opening up a second way for blockchain startups to find early adopters: large scale free trials of small amounts of coins or tokens, allowing prospective buyers to “try before they buy” and enabling users to experience the utility of the new blockchain project first hand.

Senders can use Airdrops to simply give away new tokens, or they can require early adopters to earn their tokens by doing various tasks — like inviting other users, performing labor for the projects, or giving back in other ways. Prior to Earn.com Airdrops, in order to receive airdropped tokens, users typically had to own another cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin or Ethereum. Starting today, all users need is an account on Earn.com.

When will the first Earn.com Airdrop be?

Our first Airdrop will be happening over the next few days for CanYa, a blockchain-powered marketplace of services. Read more about them here, and watch the video below:

What other Earn.com Airdrops are coming?

The next batch of Airdrops will be for Bloom, Bee Token, and Vezt. To be eligible for these Airdrops, you need to be a verified Earn.com user and meet the criteria that these projects have set.

Here’s more detail on the tokens in these upcoming Earn.com Airdrops:

  • Bloom Token (BLT)— Bloom is an end-to-end protocol for identity attestation, risk assessment and credit scoring, entirely on the blockchain. Bloom allows both traditional and digital currency lenders to serve billions of people who currently cannot obtain a bank account or credit score.
  • Bee Token (BEE) — Bee Token is a decentralized ecosystem for the sharing economy powered by the BEE token with a seasoned team of industry veterans from some of the most disruptive companies in Silicon Valley including Google, Facebook, Uber, and Civic, reimagining the sharing economy by leveraging the efficiency and security of the Bee Protocols.
  • Vezt (VZT)— Vezt is a revolutionary new platform that gives artists and rights holders control over their new or existing songs and allows them to easily capitalize on their work by choosing portions of their songs to offer for sale to fans, friends, rights-buyers and brands.

How do I participate in Airdrops as a user?

Sign up for a free Earn.com account and get verified. Then download the Earn.com mobile apps on iOS or Android, log in, and enable push notifications to receive new Airdrop alerts. Finally, get a token-compatible Ethereum wallet such as MyEtherWallet to receive your Airdrop tokens. Please note that at this time, Coinbase does not support tokens, so you cannot use a Coinbase wallet address to accept tokens.

How do I send Earn.com Airdrops as a blockchain entrepreneur?

Just send an email to [email protected] and we’ll set up a custom airdrop campaign just for you!

About the author

John

John is a journalist based in Warsaw, Poland. He has years of experience in writing for a number of print and digital platforms, ranging from technology to investments and of course, blockchain.

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