The assets were distributed to 22 998 unique addresses

Optimism network distributes more than 10 million OP tokens to airdrop participants

21.02.2024 - 09:28

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What’s new? Optimism’s L2 protocol team has announced the fourth distribution of OP native tokens. The project allocated 10 343 757,81 OP for an airdrop, which was distributed among 22 998 unique addresses. The snapshot for the giveaway was taken on January 10, 2024. Users who created non-fungible tokens (NFTs) between January 10, 2023, and January 10, 2024, on Base, Zora, Ethereum, and OP Mainnet were eligible to participate in the airdrop.

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What else is known? The OP selection process took into account blockchain activity and the amount of gas spent on creating or trading NFTs. Rewards were also given to authors of early NFT collections (before January 1, 2023) and active users of the network after November 11.

You can apply for tokens until January 13, 2025. Users will be able to collect their rewards by February 14, 2025.

What is known about Optimism? It is a Layer 2 (L2) Ethereum scaling solution that provides high transaction speeds and low fees. The OP token was issued on May 31, 2022, with 5% of the issue distributed among 250 000 addresses.

As of February 21, OP ranks 33rd in the cryptocurrency ranking with a capitalization of $3.62 billion and is trading at $3,94 on Binance, having gained 4,04% overnight.

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On February 20, the Starknet Foundation, an NPO created to support the blockchain of the same name, conducted an airdrop of more than 700 million native tokens STRK among 1,3 million addresses. The assets were distributed to the network/s first users, early community members, and developers, including the entire Ethereum ecosystem.

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