If you’ve ever used Uniswap, congrats! You are eligible to claim (at least) 400 free UNI tokens, currently trading at ~$3.45 per token, or ~$1,380 in total! This was announced in Uniswap’s latest blog post and our Telegram channel.
The tokens can also be claimed if you’ve used Uniswap only once an even if your swap failed to execute…
Step by step guide
Step 1: Go to Uniswap
If you’ve ever used Uniswap this one’s a piece of cake.
Step 2: Click on claim UNI
At the bottom right of the interface, click on the three dots. Then click “CLAIM UNI”.
Step 3: Paste your address
Paste your ETH address. If you have used Uniswap from multiple addresses, you can claim your reward multiple times over!
Step 4: ???
You’re almost there! Make sure you have the necessary ETH balance to pay your gas fees. Ethereum network fees have exploded again with the tens of thousands claiming their UNI tokens congesting the blockchain. Current network fees are nearing $20 per transaction again
Step 5: Profit
And there you go! Enjoy your 400 UNI!
Bonus question: Where do I sell them?
P.S. To be eligible, you must have used Uniswap before the 1st of September.
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