ICO Airdrop Tokens

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What is an Airdrop?

A cryptocurrency airdrop is a process of distributing tokens to existing cryptocurrency wallets based on a set of rules and condition, i.e. to have already contributed to an ICO or to have more than five different tokens in his or her wallet. Thus, an airdrop is a free token which might be worth a lot in future. An airdrop is like a giveaway and is used for marketing and utility purposes. It can build trust and a community around a specific ICO project.

Token ICO Airdrop Video

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If you are unable to watch and listen to the video, feel free to read our in-depth guide about ICO aridrops. Once you have educated yourself about airdrops, it is time to earn some! Go to our airdrop list or just scroll down!

Airdrop List and Tracker

On our Airdrop list you can find the next large Airdrop! This Airdrop list contains only fundraising projects of a higher quality, so the tokens are potentially worth something in the future. We do not automatically add each token sale happening on Bitcointalk. Below you can find more info about the next free airdrops:

Featured ICO Listings

 NameStatusDescriptionCountdown Funds RaisedSentiment
Qravity
(QCO)

running

Prefex
Qravity is a decentralized content production and distribution platform where creators own and profit from their work.ends in
11 d : 9 h
N/A962 Views
0 Comments
AgentMile
(ESTATE)

running

Prefex
The world's first decentralized CRE leasing platform powered by Al.ends in
21 d : 8 h
$1,200,0001,123 Views
1 Comments

Basic Airdrop Listings

LogoNameEst. Airdrop ValueTaskUser RatingEnds inMore details
CoTrader
(COT)
5 USDJoin Telegram, etc.
Total: 5, Ø: 5
ends in
click here for all the info
Pointium
(PNT)
8-9 USDJoin Telegram Bot, etc.
Total: 1, Ø: 5
14 daysclick here for all the info
Zulu Republic
(ZTX)
100 USD1. Sign up for the Beta
2. Enable 2FA
Total: 1, Ø: 5
When Airdrop cap (10K users) is reachedclick here for all the info
Bidipass
(BDP)
1 USD1. Go to their Telegram Bot
2. Join their Telegram Channel. Link generated after clicking "start" in their bot (very slow)
3. Submit your ETH Address & Email
Total: 1, Ø: 5
7 days
AirgeadCoin
(AED)
0.60 EUR
Total: 0, Ø: 0
ends in
79 d : 9 h
click here for all the info

Specification of our Airdrop List and Tracker


The Airdrop Tracker has three different states:

Airdrop Value

Nobody likes to do the math on what has a higher airdrop value 120 X tokens or 75 Y tokens. This is why we have calculated the value of the Token Airdrops in USD.

Airdrop Task

Each ICO projects requires different actions required for the free tokens. This is why we have made a step-by-step description. This way you know the minimum requirements for joining each airdrop giveaway.

Airdrop Rating

We take only the Crème de la Crème of Airdrops. However, we can’t ensure that their quality remains the same after our initial test. This is why we encourage everyone to leave a rating for each airdrop he or she joins. It takes 1 second and is anonymous!

Are Airdrops free?

Airdrops are a great way to diversify your cryptocurrency portfolio and to get yourself multiple coins and tokens for free. The free tokens might multiply in value over time and can amount to an impressive amount after a year. There are many Airdrop examples, that have since increased more than 10 times in value. At any given moment, there are always multiple active Airdrops giving away free tokens. If you want to learn more about Airdrops, how to participate in them and how they work, read our Airdrop In-depth Guide below. Explore our Token Airdrop List daily to find out new great opportunities to earn free coins for your portfolio.

How to participate in an airdrop for free?

Except for Airdrops that require an action from you like to participate in an ICO, all others are free. Airdrop token receivers are usually required to hold in their personal cryptocurrency wallet a certain cryptocurrency at a specific time (block number) or perform certain tasks and steps as conditions to participate in the giveaway. These steps can include liking or sharing the project’s social media, creating a picture or a short video for the project, answering questions or most of the time nothing at all. Airdrops can occur in certain exchanges too. Exchanges initiate airdrops to thank their user base.

In-depth guide about ICO Airdrops

Have you ever opened your cryptocurrency wallet and found that there are free coins from nowhere. Are there ways to earn tokens for free or for completing tasks or certain objectives? There is and it is called an airdrop. It’s a great way to distribute a certain amount of coins to the user base. But why do companies do this, what is it for them and how do airdrops happen? Read about airdrops in this comprehensive guide.

If you are new to cryptocurrencies and you don’t know what an ICO is, you can read our Initial Coin Offering guide so you can catch up with some of the technical parts of this guide. If you are new to cryptocurrencies in general, then you can read our Bitcoin guide where we explain how they work, how does blockchain work and some of its key features?

What do we already know about Airdrops?

An airdrop in the world of cryptocurrencies is the procedure of distribution of tokens by awarding them to seemingly random people. An airdrop is a variation of a giveaway that is used with the intent of promotion. Airdrop token receivers are usually required to perform certain tasks and objectives as conditions to obtain some of the distributed tokens.

Airdrops are an effective and cost-efficient way to build trust, to spread brand awareness and to make a meaningful connection with the user base. This practice has raised questions about tax liabilities and if they amount to income or capital gains, but this is for regulators to decide.

How do Airdrops happen?

Airdrops can be distributed in various ways. One is through automatic airdrops resulting from forks or hard forks like Bitcoin Cash and Bitcoin Diamond. Token holders are counted and are automatically entitled to a certain amount of tokens from the new coin. These token holders are counted on the exact block number that the fork happens. The amount of cryptocurrency you have on the designated block number will be taken into account when distributing the airdrop.

The coin distribution usually happens in proportional ratios that are predetermined by the project’s team. The more you have, the more you will get. For the end user, collecting the new coins should be almost automatic. They need to have a wallet that supports the new coin. For developers, these automatic airdrops are the easiest way of distributing the coins to the wallets of users. However, by doing this they can’t actively collect information about users and if they actually use the tokens. That’s why this way of airdropping is a great way to kickstart the project into circulation, but it doesn’t ensure that the marketing aspect will be optimal.

The other way is incentivized airdrops. These incentives include purchasing in an ICO, people performing certain actions that help with the adoption and marketing of the new project or just free distributions from exchanges or projects. You can invest in Initial Coin Offerings and for your investment you can receive bonus tokens through an airdrop in addition to the tokens you purchased through the smart contract.

Some ICOs require you to follow them on social media, other require you to make a promotional video about the specific coin. Other incentives include referring friends to check out the project, creating and posting other forms of content or joining a community. Bonus coins incentivize people to learn about the project. A great addition to incentivized airdrops is that it allows teams to collect valuable marketing information about the network’s users.

A big question is why do cryptocurrency projects give away for free their valuable tokens? The answer is marketing and awareness for the adoption process of the cryptocurrency. Some exchanges are making airdrops for marketing purposes on certain cryptocurrencies or just for thanking its user base.

Why do these events happen?

There are too many Initial Coin Offerings of cryptocurrencies and the battle for awareness is intense. The marketing aspect of an upcoming cryptocurrency is maybe the biggest of them all. An airdrop is a great marketing campaign that brings a lot of awareness and trust with holders at more than a reasonable price. Through airdrops, a new token can build up a big following of owners that can become a powerful network.

If you see in your wallet free coins you are more likely to research the project and the value that you are holding. When you research the project you are building some kind of trust with the product. If you trust it you are more likely to invest in it, recommend it or to increase your portfolio with it. For protocol developers, airdrops are a great and easy process of distributing the tokens to the hands of all owners.

As a marketing tool, it does just what it is supposed to do. They distribute awareness and interest in the product like no other by providing value first. Airdrops even prove to be cost-efficient compared to other marketing alternatives. Google or Facebook advertising can be more expensive and less effective than airdrops.

Cryptocurrency airdrop examples

An example of airdrop distribution through a fork is Bitcoin Cash. In August 2017 Bitcoin Cash was given to all Bitcoin holders in a 1:1 ratio. As we now know BCH proved to be very valuable. In its peak it reached just over 4000$, so Bitcoin Cash’s airdrop was pretty beneficial for Bitcoin holders.

Another example is in September 2017 for Ethereum holders. OmiseGo distributed 5% of their tokens to all Ethereum holders. The ratio wasn’t as impressive as the one Bitcoin Cash had, but in the end, it is free tokens. Stellar lumens also executed an airdrop on June 2017, rewarding Bitcoin holders with Stellar.

An example of free airdrop distribution from an exchange is Binance airdrop on Tron (TRX). Binance users with total assets on the exchange equal or greater than 0.003 BTC and having at least one transaction in their trading history were rewarded with 500 TRX to their account with an airdrop. This happened in November 2017.

Final things to keep in mind

Follow us on Facebook or Twitter, if you want to never again miss a big airdrop happening! We will share with you useful information on how many days are left until the airdrop occurs. They tell you what currency you need to hold at the time of the airdrop in order to receive the tokens and information about the wallet.

With airdrops that are organized by exchanges, you need to have a wallet in the exchange and to have a certain amount in the wallet. But with most other airdrops you need to have a Bitcoin or Ethereum ERC-20 wallet. These wallets serve as your own personal wallet and are different than exchange wallets. If a certain airdrop requires an Ethereum wallet for example and you participate with the Ethereum wallet you have on the exchange, then you will lose the tokens you are about to receive for free.

Some airdrops are surprises, but most of them are announced ahead of time. Each with different rules of participation set by the project’s team. It is very important you make sure you are visiting the official site of the project when researching airdrops. A good way to check if it is the correct site is to check the project’s social media. The cryptocurrency market is not regulated so beware of many scammers out there. Never give your private key or wallet password or you are setting yourself up. Only your wallet’s public address is needed for participation so be careful.

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