Key Takeaways:

  • Some users have earned more than 5 figures solely through airdrops
  • Following Aptos, Sui and Sei have the potential for the largest upcoming rewards
  • Putting specific twitter accounts on notifications and tracking upcoming events will give you an edge with regards to airdrops


While the bear market is here, that does not mean there are no opportunities to make easy money.

Just last week, Aptos, one of the most anticipated projects, launched its mainnet last week – with huge airdrops. Users that perused the Aptos incentivized testnet or connected to one of their many Dapps received what was essentially five-figures in free money.

Moreover, since the airdrop was not protected from Sybil attacks, some users were able to farm more than a million dollars in $APT.

If you missed out on the Aptos airdrop, here are 3 upcoming projects that you have to check out.

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1. Sui Network

While the network has previously stated that there are currently “no plans for an airdrop”, it is likely that there will eventually be one.

To increase your chances of being eligible for an airdrop, firstly download the Sui Wallet browser extension here.

Then, head over to their discord, and enter the devnet-faucet channel. Type in !faucet + your wallet address for free devnet gas tokens.

Return to your Sui Wallet and click on the “Apps” tab, and try to interact with as many of them as possible.

Take note, however, that Sui is currently in Devnet, and you may have to repeat these steps in testnet phase to qualify for potential airdrops.

2. Sei Network

The third in the Sui-Aptos-Sei trio, Sei is a DeFi-Optimized permissioned blockchain aimed at being the home for the future of finance.

Last month, Sei confirmed that they would be having an airdrop, likely for users of their incentivized testnet, Seinami.

Previously, to qualify for participation, users had to fill up a form HERE, and wait for the Sei network team to grant access to Seinami.

However, the current incentive submissions period closed on the 22nd of October. This involved users completing a series of tasks on the testnet, such as getting liquidated and searching for bugs.

Should the next round be open to testing again, users should bridge to the Sei Network, and complete as many missions as possible.

Take note that Sei requires KYC to claim airdrops, and therefore claiming on multiple wallets may not be possible.

3. BeraChain

Built on the Cosmos SDK, Berachain is an EVM-compatible Layer 1 powered by a novel Proof-of-Liquidity Consensus mechanism.

They recently confirmed that they will be doing an airdrop eventually for their native token, Bera.

There may also be an airdrop for $BGT, a non-transferrable ERC-721 token.

Getting on their Berachain airdrop list, however, is a tad more complicated than the previous two.

The easiest way to be qualified for an airdrop is to own a Bong Bears NFT, which were created by the same team as Berachain. However, these NFTs currently have a floor price of 115 $ETH, making it out of reach for most users.

Secondly, users can qualify for airdrops by getting on their honeylist, otherwise known as discord roles.

This can be done through participating in various events on the Berachain twitter account, such as meme competitions.

How To Find Quality Airdrops

While these are just some of the biggest projects out there with promising airdrops, there are a myriad of other networks and applications that will reward you for trying them.

Keeping track of the latest events in crypto by using coinmarketcal or crypto airdrops and keeping airdrop-centric twitter accounts on notifications are essential to developing an edge in this area.

Furthermore, going the extra step to create multiple accounts and search for bugs or errors in the new ecosystems could lead to even bigger rewards.

Also Read: How Effective Are Airdrops? Why We Should Rethink Them Next Cycle

[Editor’s Note: This article does not represent financial advice. Please do your research before investing.]

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