On Airdrop Review we bring you the freshest daily list of airdrops. Airdrops are one of the best ways for ICO companies to create awareness about their service or product. In addition, Airdrops are a great way to earn free money (tokens) of promising ICO projects for users. We bring those two worlds together.
Always make sure to interact with cryptocurrencies in a secure environment. Never share your private wallet key with anyone, even if a website asks you to.
Some airdrops are conducted by crypto companies that are already listed on a crypto exchange. In these cases the company takes a snapshop of the particular blockchain at a certain date. Anyone who holds coins of the respective blockchain at that date will then receive free airdrop tokens.
Sometimes an existing blockchain decides to go for a hardfork. This means that there is a team of developers in the original blockchain creator group which has a different opinion as to where the future should lead towards. They sometimes have the option then of creating their own chain out of the original blockchain. This is called a Hardfork. When that happens, the holders of the original blockchain coins, will receive free “airdropped” coins of the newly forked blockchain.
We recommend to download the Cryptonite browser extension. It signals you if a website is on the “safelist” or if a site is unkown or seems fraudulent.
To store your airdrop coins and tokens we recommend to use hardware wallets. The two most secure ones are the following: Ledger Nano and Trezor.
Once you opened your account on one of the above exchanges you can go to your account settings. In the settings you will see a menu item saying “Receive coins” under the “Deposit” tab. Copy the address of the deposit tab and use your hardware wallet to send your airdrop tokens to this particular deposit address. After a few minutes the deposited airdrop coins will appear in your balance. Now you can use the exchange to trade your airdrop tokens against any other cryptocurrency listed.