We are certain that you heard about the SOS airdrop by now. It’s a token to OpenSea users, which aims to bring together and bootstrap the NFT community by allowing wallets to claim tokens proportional to their activity on the largest NFT marketplace. Besides airdropping tokens to OS users, it has also reserved parts of the total supply for staking/LP incentives and for the OpenDAO, tasked with supporting NFT art and the artists, compensating victims, and providing developer grants. It’s a wide-scale experiment in NFT community coordination and looks like it just might succeed. So, how can you claim it?
How To Claim The SOS Airdrop
You can begin by visiting the official website here and connecting the wallet.
Once the wallet has been connected, the interface will display the SOS airdrop balance and the calculation, based on the amount spent, the number of transactions on OpenSea, and the multiplier used to assess the final balance. After reviewing, click Claim Airdrop and approve the transaction in the wallet.
Circulating Supply: 39.89 trillion (39,895,439,517,782)
Maximum Supply: 100 trillion (100,000,000,000,000)
Official Discord: https://discord.com/invite/zzzKhejARz
Within hours of its launch, the OpenDAO SOS token was listed on major exchanges such as KuCoin, FTX, Huobi Global, OKEx, Gate.io, etc, apart from the decentralized staples such as SushiSwap and Uniswap. This indicates the exchanges sensing community interest and realizing what OpenDAO would eventually become. The initial working of the DAO has revolved around the same structure formation, moving funds to a multi-sig wallet, trying to launch the initial staking program, and looking for partnerships with other community-based NFT projects, looking to tap into the huge OpenDAO user base. Would we see an OpenSea competitor sooner than later? Only time will tell.
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