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Welcome to Airdropbob, a free source of the latest and most valuable cryptocurrency airdrops. We daily search, verify and list the latest airdrops and giveaways in the cryptocurrency space. Join our community, interact with us, and claim free crypto tokens for the newest cryptocurrency projects.

What is a crypto airdrop?

In the cryptocurrency world, an airdrop stands for free crypto tokens, which you can earn by doing simple tasks on different social media platforms. They commonly occur up to 1 to 3 months before the ICO (Initial Coin Offering). The reason for an airdrop is that new projects want to create awareness for their project and they also want to attract new potential investors for their upcoming project.

Why are crypto projects giving their tokens away for free?

The main goal is to get users who spread information through different social media channels about their projects. Mostly it's about sharing and liking posts on their social media channels. This will raise awareness and attract new potential investors. A high user base has a positive impact on the token value. That's the reason why they are giving you tokens for free - That's the way how they promote their project!

There are different types of airdrops:

  1. Initial-Coin-Offering (ICO) - These airdrops take place before the ICO (Initial Coin Offering). Such airdrops need a long time period and can also be unsuccessful if the project doesn’t collect their Soft Cap in their ICO.
  2. Holder - Companies will distribute tokens to their token holders for free. To benefit from it, you need to have a defined token at a specific time, a so-called snapshot, in your wallet.
  3. Hard Forks - Requires to hold tokens on the Original Chain. The most famous examples for that kind of airdrops are Bitcoin Cash and Ethereum Classic.

How can I participate in crypto airdrops?

It would help if you had different social media accounts and crypto wallets to participate in airdrops. Below you can find a list of the most important social media accounts.

Create a Crypto wallet - You need to create different blockchain wallets to be able to receive airdrops. We would recommend you to have at least a wallet for ERC20 tokens. Based on our experience, 90% of all crypto airdrops are created on the Ethereum Chain.

Create Social Media accounts - We would recommend having at least a Telegram, Twitter and Facebook account. If you have participated in an airdrop, never leave any social media channel before you've received the tokens of the airdrop. Otherwise, this can lead to disqualification.

For more details, you can read our Blog Article.

What's the difference between an airdrop and bounty program?

For an airdrop, you have to do an activity only once. After a while, you will get your free tokens. Rewards are lower due to lower effort.

For a bounty program, you are asked to do regular activities, and you often have to report all tasks you have done to the project team. Bounty programs are worth more than airdrops, but the effort is not comparable. Please always keep in consideration that some projects can fail. If that's the case, you won't receive any tokens.

Don't get scammed!

There are many people out there who want to scam and betray you. The most important rule is that you never give your account data (private key, password) to anyone - The only data you can share without risk are the public keys of your wallets!

If you follow these rules, you should be on the safe side:

  • Do not share your private key!
  • Never send money or tokens for an airdrop.
  • Create a new Ethereum wallet.
  • Use different passwords.
  • Be careful with KYC airdrops.
  • Only do airdrops from trusted sites!

Even though we try to list only legitimate and real airdrops, always keep in mind that mistakes can happen. We are not responsible for any problems or losses that may occur due to scams or inaccurate information.