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How thousands of dollars are looted in crypto quests. Expanding boundaries guide to airdrops


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Yesterday you took a quest from a hermit lizard, but he didn't give you a stone. And now you receive $3,000 for completing quests from blockchain platforms. Sooner or later, all games become serious. New variables have simply emerged: crypto, drops, multi-accounting, proxies, antidetect, social networks. We reveal the connection of these concepts within our airdrop guide. Loot away!


What is an Airdrop

In short: freebies

It's a free distribution of digital assets by projects and platforms on the blockchain. Users never know exactly when they'll receive a drop, which adds an element of excitement to participation. Tokens and NFTs come seemingly out of nowhere — similar to dropping cargo from an airplane.

Of course, it's not enough to just sit under a palm tree and gaze at the sky to loot a drop. You need to complete tasks for the project: subscribe to Twitter (X), actively participate in discussions on Discord, make reposts, top up your balance, conduct transactions. This accumulates the necessary volume of operations, which determines the size of the drop.


Why airdrops are conducted

In short: win-win

The SEC (U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission) pressures projects for token sales — early cryptocurrency sales to investors. That's why the industry has started using airdrops. This marketing move attracts users' attention in the early stages of project launch and benefits every participant.

  • Firstly, token distribution increases the project's popularity, simultaneously boosting the number of active users and the value of the coins.
  • Secondly, tokens aren’t sold but continue to circulate within the network, increasing the project's capitalization, which also contributes to the growth of asset value.
  • Thirdly, gas — a small fee for transactions — immediately goes to the accounts of the project creators, allowing them not to withdraw funds but to support the network.


Examples of high-profile airdrops

In short: gem

Tokens rise, fall, and grow anew. A recent bull run, fueled by the rise in the price of Bitcoin, helped investors increase their capitalization hundreds of times over. Of course, it all depends on the project. An example of the investment fund "Paradigm" shows that 1 out of 7 projects brings a powerful drop. A good project is like a diamond in a mountain of slag, which is why users call it a "gem". Let's give some examples.

LayerZero has collected digital assets totaling $250 million, oh, we're waiting for the drop!

ZKSync received almost twice as much for their project — $460 million — also a life change.

Aptos — raised $300 million and already distributed $1200 for each purchased NFT, and there were thousands of them.

Wormhole — here the story is even more interesting — they raised $300 million and lost them due to a vulnerability in the blockchain's smart contract, but after a year and a half they made a comeback and distributed drops to users of at least 2k tokens, with the maximum reaching 30k, which, mind you, is 5 million ₽ in one's hands.

Bull, bullish, bull run


What does multi-accounting have to do with it

In short: X10

Glorious drops from past projects haunt the mind and inflate greed. Let's try to focus on current airdrops.

Starknet — only $100 volume, minimum 5 transactions, and you get a guaranteed drop of 500 tokens ~ $1000.

Arbitrum — 3 transactions and you already get liquidity worth $800 in project tokens, with a maximum ceiling of $15k, there are a lot of criteria.

DYM — recently distributed tokens for actions on EVM networks (Ethereum-like networks) — an average of $4-5k per account for activities.

And now imagine that you have not one account, but, for example, 10. And the level of reward goes from "nice" to "holy *%#t" right away!


Steps for proper loot

There won't be in short, read everything carefully.

  1. Access through an antidetect browser.
  2. Connect proxy: firstly, it's convenient, as Twitter doesn't work in Russia, and that's where all the main news about projects and airdrops are published. Secondly, it's safe, as it eliminates the possibility of linking your accounts through IP.
  3. Configure each account uniquely: create a profile on social networks, use different IP addresses through proxies to hide your activity from tracking.
  4. We maintain an activity table: this will help track task completion on each account and prevent errors when managing multiple profiles. All accounts need funds — approximately $100 — so we calculate the budget and record it in the table.
  5. Avoid cross-wallet transactions: otherwise, the project will notice and ban the entire chain of accounts. Rule: if you want the drop, don't link wallets.
  6. Learn about the necessary activities: from thematic channels in Telegram, private chats in Discord, and posts from the projects themselves on Twitter. Often, activities involve swapping tokens, bridging coins to another network, buying NFTs at auction, or marketplace. Social media tasks are also common: obtaining a new role in Discord, retweets, reposts, subscriptions.
  7. Carefully read project information: look for tokenomics and WhitePaper on the project's website to avoid investing in scams and empty projects. Keep an eye on industry "whales" — they advise on sound matters.

When you're eligible


Yay, you've caught the drop!

In short: stay low-key

Let's outline the strategy for claiming (withdrawing funds) correctly.

  1. Make sure you have enough funds to cover the gas fee for claiming. Pre-fund your wallet in the required network in advance, as time will be limited due to high demand — you're not the only one looting the drop.
  2. Always verify the domain — it should match the link from an official source, such as the platform's social media — be cautious, as there are many scammers in the field.
  3. Don't transfer all your funds — if the project has good potential, it's better to diversify assets and cash out only a portion, leaving tokens for growth and further activity support — Optimism, for example, distributed not just one, but four drops.
  4. Describe which address is linked to the wallet account on the exchange, otherwise, the connection will be exposed and banned. Two exchanges suitable for multi-accounting are OKX and ByBit — here, you can create multiple addresses for one account.
  5. Exchange tokens first for USDT, and then, using P2P, withdraw to fiat.

Done, money in the pocket! Good luck repeating all the actions until you accumulate enough for your dream.



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