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Airdrop Alert: EOS and Dai

Airdrop Alert: EOS and Dai
By Adam Sharp
Date August 20, 2019

Back in April of this year, I told members about Coinbase Earn, a new way to earn free cryptocurrency. The goal of Coinbase’s Earn project is to educate the public about various cryptocurrency projects and reward them with free coins for taking the time to learn.

Coinbase is now in the airdrop business, and I’m happy to announce we have new arrivals.

The new additions to Coinbase Earn are EOS and Dai. Members have the chance to earn up to $50 in EOS tokens and $20 in dai stablecoins.

EOS is a cryptocurrency project that competes with Ethereum. The EOS network allows developers from around the world to host their distributed applications (dApps) on it. EOS is also the name of the native currency of this network (ticker: EOS). It is the eighth largest cryptocurrency, with a $3.3 billion market cap. EOS’ creators claim it is far more scalable than Ethereum but haven’t proved that quite yet.

You get the first $10 worth of EOS by watching educational videos about the project (there are five videos, and you get $2 for each video you watch). To get all $50 in EOS rewards, you will have to refer other people to Coinbase Earn. You get $10 worth for each person who completes the EOS course.

Dai is a stablecoin that aims to keep its price at exactly $1. Stablecoins are popular with traders who enjoy not having to switch back to fiat cash between trades. Dai is unique among stablecoins in that it is decentralized. It’s a very interesting project. And you’ll learn all about it if you complete the course to earn the $20.

You can see all the current offerings at Stellar Lumens (XLM) is still available, and you can earn up to $50 (with referrals). I recommend taking advantage of that one.

Important Notes

Never give anyone your email password or private keys. No legitimate airdrop will ask for that information.

Never reuse your email or exchange passwords. Always use unique, random passwords. Write them down and store them somewhere safe. We also recommend setting up a separate email account for airdrops.

Good investing,

Adam Sharp

Co-Founder, First Stage Investor

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