The big day is drawing near! On December 2, we will launch the 2Ether network. To celebrate, we will conduct a massive airdrop for all Ethereum holders. In today’s post, we’ll talk about how you can get your free ET2 coins.
2Ether airdrop will be very special — on a much larger scale than any other airdrop you’ve seen. We won’t just send our coins to a random selection of users — no, we are ready to distribute ET2 to everyone who holds ether! This is an ambitious plan, but it’s the best way to raise the awareness of our project. We don’t need to raise money by conducting an ICO or IEO. We’ve already done a large chunk of the development work, so we can afford to give away our coins.
You can ask a justified question: how will we know who has ether and who doesn’t? The answer is a network snapshot. It’s a pretty standard procedure: you generate a full list of all Ethereum addresses with their respective balances in ETH. It’s not difficult at all, actually. As you know, on Etherscan you can find out the amount in each blockchain address. A snapshot works in the same way.
The snapshot will take place on December 2, 2019, at 11:00 AM GMT. After it, our system will automatically calculate how many ET2 coins each Ethereum address should get. The airdrop is based on a 1 to 1 ratio. If you have 10 ether, you’ll get 10 ET2.
Here is a very important point: if you want to get free 2Ether coins, you need to hold your ether in a personal wallet. By personal we mean any popular wallet, like MyEtherWallet, MetaMask, and so on. But if you store your ether on an exchange, you won’t be able to get ET2, unfortunately. This is because exchanges pool all their customer funds in one gigantic wallet. You don’t have any individual blockchain address on an exchange.
If your ether is on an exchange but you still want to take part in the airdrop, there is a solution. Before the snapshot — that is, before December 2 — you can send your ether from the exchange to your wallet, so that we can record the balance. After the snapshot you can send that ether back to the exchange. Don’t worry, you’ll still receive your ET2.
In order to claim 2Ether coins, it’s enough to have any wallet that supports ET2. For more info on compatible wallets, see our official site.
As you can imagine, we’ll need to conduct many thousands of transactions for our airdrop. This will take some time — how much will depend on the network load. We’ll automatically queue all the transfers at once, but we have little control over how quickly they will execute. If you want to be among the first to receive your ET2, make sure to check our site for more info on how to claim the coins.
We’d like to stress once again: you don’t need to pay absolutely anything to receive ET2. It’s an airdrop — and this means it’s 100% free. We are not asking you to exchange your ether for our coins (that would be highly suspicious). We keep getting messages from users who think that we are running some sort of an ICO. Remember: it’s not an ICO, it’s a giveaway.
Web site —https://2ether.com/
Telegram chat —https://t.me/blockchain_2ether