4,4 1 Airdrop-ReviewJuly 31, 2018 July 31, 2018
BrikBit (BRIK) Airdrop
Airdrop end date: Aug 15
Est. Value: 14 USDWebsite
BrikBit is the first blockchain Lisk-based ecosystem that develops and manages entire operations for Real Estate.
BrikBit platform will have its own blockchain managed according to a Delegate Proof of Stake consensus protocol (DPoS), which will be the mutual base of all applications and necessary instruments to manage the value interchange within each Real Estate project. On the BrikBit platform it is possible to create sidechains of new projects as well as buy different applications and create “the avatars” of the buildings. All interchanges and purchases will take place using BRIK, the native coin of our Blockchain. Each Real Estate project will be able to create its own blockchain (as a BrikBit sidechain) with its own rules and features, different according to the country and legislation of the project itself. Each different sidechain will be able to have its own independent token, which will not be linked to any activity of BRIK.
Always consider these things when signing up and participating in an airdrop;
- Never send/donate ETH or pay for an airdrop
These are the most common tactics. You will see fake Twitter pages sharing; “Donate .1-1 ETH to get free ‘xyz’ token”. These are scams so don’t let them fool you!
- Never share your personal private key
This is rule number one for anything crypto related. Your private key is YOURS, never share with anyone. Keep your private key safe and don’t get tricked into sharing it.
- Use different passwords
Do not use the same password on different site. Some airdrops require that you create an account on their platform and sign up with a username and password. Create a unique password for each and manage all of your passwords with a password manager. It’s a good idea to set up a tracker in a spreadsheet to keep tabs on the airdrops you’ve signed up for and the account information you used. When you’re signing up for 20+ airdrops, this will help you keep organized.
- Be careful with KYC airdrops
KYC (Know Your Customer) is used for many ICO’s because they require that you share your information to participate in token sales. If you do not plan on purchasing tokens during a projects ICO, then don’t fill out any KYC for an airdrop. This will ensure you secure your private data.
- Create a new Ethereum Wallet just for airdrops
Using one ETH wallet to just for your airdrops will help you keep organized and keep your personal wallet safe. One option is to use MetaMask to create a new wallet and manage multiple at the same time. There isn’t much danger in sharing your public address, but having a separate address for airdrops is a safe way to keep your personal wallet value hidden.
- Use reliable sources when doing your research
Make sure you are following links from the airdrops official pages and channels. On Twitter, you will see many “look-alike” profiles that claim to be there airdrops official page. They will use similar usernames and profile pictures. Double check every time before you click a link or share any information.
If you see what you think may be a Airdrop scam, report it to the official airdrop channel or to us immediately