Archive: airdrop


Airdrop Alert: CoinIMP

By Andy Gordon on March 5, 2019

Our latest airdrop recommendation is CoinIMP. Airdrop participants get 500 IMP coins each. One coin equals one penny. Plus, participants can make another 5% commission per referral. What Is CoinIMP? Headquartered in Warsaw, Poland, CoinIMP aims to revolutionize the advertising market, making it more competitive and profitable for all participants. Right now, ad networks run by Google, Bing and others dominate the online advertising space. Publishers and webmasters have no choice. They have to go to ad networks to get…

Airdrop Alert: Ferrum Network

By Allison Brickell on February 19, 2019

This week’s airdrop, Ferrum Network, is tackling two major obstacles to mainstream crypto adoption: slow transaction speeds and lack of interoperability between networks.

Airdrop Alert: POP Network

By Andy Gordon on January 22, 2019

This week’s airdrop aims to put media back in the hands of consumers and content creators.

Airdrop Alert: Energi

By Vin Narayanan on January 8, 2019

This week’s airdrop, Energi, has a powerful design and ambitious plans for world adoption.

Airdrop Alert: VEE

By Allison Brickell on December 18, 2018

Today’s airdrop is VEE, a company that wants to make blockchain technology faster, more stable and more scalable.

Mailbag: Airdrop Requirements and Risk Tolerance

By Early Investing on December 2, 2018

In this week’s Mailbag, the Early Investing team answers questions about airdrop social media requirements and risk tolerance in the crypto market.

Airdrop Alert: Omnicoin

By Vin Narayanan on November 20, 2018

The First Stage Investor Team recommends a new airdrop.

Q&A: Mainstream Marijuana and Airdrop Wallets

By Early Investing on October 14, 2018

In this week’s mailbag, the Early Investing team answers questions about the mainstreaming of cannabis investments and which wallets you should use for airdrops.

Airdrop Alert: Mortgage Token (MTG)

By Vin Narayanan on October 2, 2018

Buying a house is a pain in the neck. And the worst part of the process is securing financing. But one startup thinks blockchain technology can make the process much easier.