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Airdrop Alert: Slothee

Airdrop Alert: Slothee

LinkedIn is in an odd position in the social media landscape. It really has no competitors. There isn’t a single service that’s in position to challenge LinkedIn as the “professional” social media network. But a blockchain startup called Slothee is trying to change that.

A More Private LinkedIn

Slothee isn’t exactly a blockchain version of LinkedIn. But it’s headed in that direction. Slothee allows users to find fellow professionals at conferences, or within a restricted geographic area, and add them to their personal network.

Once members connect, they can talk with each other privately and securely using Ethereum’s Whisper protocol, without worry that a third party is storing or monitoring their activity.

Slothee also features ways for businesses to close deals and to make payments using crypto. And Slothee members can earn Slothee tokens (SLO) for quality engagement on the platform.

Slothee’s primary funding source is the sale of its SLO token. And that’s where the SLO airdrop/bounty program comes in.

How to Claim the Airdrop

In an effort to market and promote SLO awareness, Slothee has designed an airdrop program that incentivizes users to market its platform. So for standard social networking tasks on Twitter and Facebook, you earn a small amount of SLO. But the more you do to help market the platform, especially through quality content, the more you’ll earn. You can see the entire rewards plan here.

Each SLO you earn is worth about $0.08. Bounties Alert has more details.

You might decide that some of these tasks just aren’t worth the effort. It takes a lot to write posts or to make a video. That’s okay. But there are plenty of simple social media tasks that are worth the effort for free crypto. And if SLO takes off, you’ll like the results.

Important Notes

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

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,

Vin Narayanan

Senior Managing Editor, First Stage Investor

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