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Welcome to, a free source for the latest cryptocurrency airdrops out there. We aggregate the latest airdrops and bounties for March 2018. Simply claim airdrops to receive free crypto tokens or vote for your favourite airdrops!

What are airdrops & bounties?

Many crypto projects out there distribute tokens or coins for free to their communites. These free distributions of crypto assets are called airdrops. Airdrops are mostly dropped out of the total supply and increase the circulating supply of the respective coin.

Normal airdrops are rewarding you with free coins or tokens only for claiming your portion of the airdrop or for holding a specific coin without expectation of any reciprocal consideration. Bounty airdrops want you to accomplish some easy tasks to receive free crypto tokens. Most of the airdrops out there are bounty airdrops.

Why are crypto projects airdropping coins for free?

All currencies out there only exist, because people believe in them. The more people will own a currency the more popular and adopted it will become. You should also not underestimate the so called endowment effect, which says that people ascribe more value to things merely because they own them.

By running an airdrop a project creates awareness about their project, token sale or pre ico. Many people will hear about the project that would otherwise not even recognized it. Airdrops also create a big network of people who not only value the token higher but also are motivated to get big things done together like winning community votings for exchange listings.

By rewarding holder with airdrops many projects also try to motivate their token holders to simply hold (hodl) or rather lower selling pressure. You can see those holder airdrops in many crypto projects out there like NXT, WAVES, Bitcore or similar.

How to claim airdrops?

The way of free distribution methods differs from project to project. Some projects drop tokens automatically into the wallets of users who hold a specific coin or token. Other airdrops are distributing snapshot based and you can claim your proportion of the airdropped supply by proving your balance. For example: Byteball was initally distributed to Bitcoin holders and the project also airdropped a monthly amount of Bytes to Byteball holders. The more BTC or GBYTE the users had the more Bytes they received. These type of holder airdrops often result in signifact price action of the respective coin.

For taking part in bounty airdrops it is recommended to own an social media account on platforms like Facebook, Twitter or Telegram and you should also create a account if you don’t have one already. Most of the bounty airdrops out there want you to join a Telegram group, retweet a post on Twitter or simply follow the project’s social media channels to be eligible for an airdrop. After completing the steps to reserve your rewards you need to fill out a form with all your details including your wallet address.

Popular airdrop projects

The following crypto coins have been initially distributed for free to the crypto community:

  • Byteball
  • Stellar Lumens
  • ARDR
  • NEM

Many people became rich by simply holding these airdropped coins through an extremely volatile growth. We highly recommend to hodl your airdrops as long as possible by forgetting about most of them. There is no doubt that many crypto projects out there are totally shit and they will become worth nothing. But some projects will survive and if you are holding these projects your future self will be thankful.

What are hard forks?

A hard fork is when a cryptocurrency splits into two seperate currencies. The first hard fork was Bitcoin Cash which has been forked from Bitcoin at block #478,558 on August 1st, 2017. Bitcoin forks and forking other chains became popular since then. We also list hard forks for inormational purpose only, because we see them as dividends and like a kind of airdrop. We are not able to make sure that hard forks are legit. So stay safe and make sure to claim forks with a private key of an empty wallet.

Stay safe in the crypto world

Although we try to list only legit projects we can not be responsible for any issues or loss due to scam. So make sure you never share your private to be safe! Follow our guide to stay safe for more information.

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