Cryptocurrency Airdrop testers

What Is a Cryptocurrency Airdrop?

      A cryptocurrency airdrop is a marketing strategy that involves sending coins or tokens to wallet addresses. Small amounts of the new virtual currency are sent to the wallets of active members of the blockchain community for free or in return for a small service, such as retweeting a post sent by the company issuing the currency. The ultimate goal of a crypto airdrop is to promote awareness and circulation of a new token or coin.
  • A crypto airdrop is a marketing method employed by startups in the cryptocurrency space.
  • It involves delivering tokens to the wallets of current cryptocurrency traders, either for free or in exchange for a small promotional service.
  • The airdrop is meant to spread awareness and increase ownership of the currency startup.
  • While some are legitimate, other airdrops have been seen as fraudulent when attempting to steal wallet or personal information.
  • Airdrops may be based on those who express interest, hold existing tokens, are intentionally selected, or win raffles.

Who is an Airdrop testers?

           Any person (s) that participate in the process of joining, discovering the new coin and testing the features is called An Airdrop Tester.

Types of Crypto Airdrops
Standard Airdrop
In a standard crypto airdrop, participants interested in receiving an airdrop simply express their interest in order to receive the airdrop. The individual must provide a valid wallet address, and some airdrops require no additional information beyond this.

Bounty Airdrop
Bounty crypto airdrops occur when users perform certain tasks. These tasks often entail raising awareness of a project by posting on social media and tagging the company or retweeting a recent tweet about the project. There may also be referral bonuses or finder’s fees for individuals who recruit other users, sign up for the project’s newsletter, or join the company’s Discord channel.

In exchange for performing tasks, users often receive points that correspond to how large of bounty airdrop they receive. Users may also be required to earn a certain amount of points before they qualify for their airdrop. For example, a user may be eligible for an airdrop after earning 300 points with each item mentioned above is worth 100 points each.

Holder Airdrop
Holder crypto airdrops occur automatically based on who is holding existing tokens and how many tokens they hold. Because wallets and blockchain information are part of a publicly distributed ledger, all users of blockchain have full transparency into the wallets and distribution of tokens.

The downside to holder airdrops is individuals who may be holding tokens may not want an airdrop. Alternatively, holder airdrops ensure that only the largest, most invested individuals receive the benefit. Some holder airdrops may only award an airdrop if members are holding a certain amount of tokens; otherwise, they may pro-rate the award amount.

Exclusive Airdrop
A more specific type of holder airdrop, an exclusive crypto airdrop occurs when specific people are individually selected for the airdrop. The difference is they may be selected not based on the amount of tokens they have but based on other elements such as time spent on a project, most money spent on non-token activity, or number of posts in a forum. An exclusive airdrop is an even more centralized way of rewarding those closest to the project and may give airdrops to wallets that may not hold any tokens at all.

Raffle Airdrop
Some of the types of airdrops above may be combined with a raffle airdrop. Often, a project will state the number of airdrops they intend to give and encourage individuals to earn a raffle ticket. This ticket may be earned by holding tokens, earning points, or simply expressing interest.

Most Airdrop Testers fall into Bounty Airdrop do hugely tasks set in place by the project founders.




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