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How To Stay Updated With The Latest Cryptocurrency Airdrops
A while back I put together a post on Crypto Airdrops, what they are and how to partake in an airdrop and the post has had an overwhelming response with literally 1000s of visitors wanting to get in on this free cryptocurrency action.
If you don't know what I'm talking about or you've never heard of an airdrop before I encourage you to check out our previous post - How To Earn Free Cryptocurrency With Airdrops As an Airdrop hunter myself I realise the problem for many its keeping track of when they need to jump in.
Since there are new ICO's popping up every day it is how do you keep track of when they are running, which phase they are in and when Airdrops, start, finish, what user actions to take and when do allocations happen.
Tip: I often post about the most interesting airdrops on my Steemit page if you're keen to check it out.
Where to find the latest Airdrops
Recently acquired by Coinbase, earn.com is a survey tool that pays users for their responses in Bitcoin. Sign up to earn.com and subscribe to the airdrop list and you will be notified via email or the app on the latest airdrops. You can also save your wallet address and telegram address for quick application and is personally one of my favourite ways to subscribe to airdrops.
Airdrop alert has become one of the most trusted sources of Airdrop news on the internet and any airdrop hunter looking to get into the game should subscribe to their newsletter or Join Airdrop Alert on Telegram You can also check out their site for upcoming airdrops and make a note of the ones you're interested in.
Airdrop Group - This is an unofficial telegram group where Airdrop rumours get spread so do your own research should you come across an Airdrop in this group. Join Airdrop Group on Telegram
Airdrop Family - This is an unofficial telegram group where Airdrop rumours get spread so do your own research should you come across an Airdrop in this group. Join Airdrop Group on Telegram
Airdrop.io - This is an unofficial telegram group where Airdrop rumours get spread so do your own research should you come across an Airdrop in this group. Join Airdrop.io on Telegram
Reddit has two subreddits dedicated to airdrops; this is also not an official source please make sure you do your own research on the airdrops mentioned here.
If you're not keen on the active airdrop chase and want the info to come your way, then I suggest you check out the Kyte app. Kyte is the latest addition to the ChainLabs.ai toolbox, bringing you cryptocurrency airdrop alerts directly to your Android or iOS device.
Kyte simplifies the process and provides you with all the information and the steps required for you to get your hands on some free tokens. The app also alerts you when new airdrops are available so all you need to do is sit back and wait for the alerts to come through.
To get the most out of Kyte connect the following to the App:
- Bitcoin Talk account
- Ethereum wallet
- Telegram account
- Twitter account
You can also manually search for the most recent entries and the hottest airdrops of the weeks with the icon tabs at the bottom.
If you're intent on making sure you don't miss out on a single crypto airdrop then Airdrop Mob should be another one of those sites you check out on a regular basis. They frequently update their site with new airdrops and airdrop information and you can also sign up for their newsletter updates to get new airdrop information sent directly to you.
Security measures for airdrops
Airdrops are a great way to attract new users to your project and get small stakeholders interested, but this marketing tool is not without its pitfalls. For every legitimate airdrop, there will be a few scams in the mix, and it's important to be able to distinguish against which is which. Red flags when it comes to airdrops:
- Asking for your private key
- Asking you to send BTC or ETH to qualify
To stay on the safe side set up a separate ERC-20 wallet with MyEtherWallet or Metamask that you use only for airdrops. If you're into EOS, Stellar or NEO airdrops I encourage you to create a separate native wallet with their software in order to collect your airdrop tokens.
Airdrop it like its hot
Now that you're fully equipped for airdrop chasing I wish you happy hunting. I hope you find some valuable tokens on your quest enjoy collecting free cryptocurrency.
If you want to know more about cryptocurrency, don’t be shy we’re happy to assist. Simply contact us
Disclaimer: This article should not be taken as, and is not intended to provide any investment advice and is for educational purposes only. As of the time posting the writers may or may not have holdings in some of the coins or tokens they cover. Please conduct your own thorough research before investing in any cryptocurrency as all investments contain risk.
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