3 Potential Airdrops From Platforms That Don’t Suck

Tired of doing swaps, bridges, or lending in the hopes of getting an airdrop bigger than the gas and transaction fees you are spending? Check out these three novel platforms that are currently tokenless.

Scott Debevic

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Since decentralized platforms can be profitable, many rely on airdrops instead of ICOs to introduce their tokens. I got a fat Arbitrum airdrop earlier in the year and lost most of it (ironically) on a rugpull on Arbitrum. I didn’t participate in the JITO airdrop, but it perked my ears to farming for airdrops like many of you reading this.

There’s only one problem: Farming for airdrops is boring AF. I tried showing a friend how to do it, and the look of boredom on their face as we bridged, swapped, and bridged and swapped, was priceless. Now, platforms are gamifying the appearance of airdrops with points to remind us small fish of how poor we are. At least we plebs know where we stand when the tokens drop.

I checked out over a dozen platforms that ‘may’ offer an airdrop and found three that are pretty cool and worth checking out. So, if you’re sinking in despair on copycat apps, check these out. You may or may not get an airdrop, but at least you’ll interact with a cool dApp.

Airdrop Candidate #1: Parcl- https://app.parcl.co/lp Chain: Solana
The wallet I used to interact: Phantom
Point System: Yes
Referrals: Yes- https://app.parcl.co/referrals…my referral code is ScottD

Have you ever dreamed of owning a waterfront mansion in Miami Beach or a luxury condo in New York or San Francisco? Perhaps only one thing keeps you from securing that property: money. Parcl gives you the feeling of investing in real estate with its price indexing in popular US property markets.

Investors can trade on leverage and go long or short on property values in Miami Beach, Las Vegas, San Francisco, New York…

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Scott Debevic

My goal is growing wealth and earning passive income. Mainly focused on Bitcoin and crypto. Feel free to contact me at: scottdebevic@gmail.com