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Blast, the Ethereum Layer 2 scaling solution, has started the countdown to the airdrop of its future token. According to a post made by the team on X, the airdrop will take place within a week, counting from the date of publication (19).

Due to the tight deadline, the post gained significant traction across the cryptocurrency industry. The distribution will take place next Tuesday (25), based on the eligibility criteria for receiving the tokens.

If you interacted with the protocol and want to check your eligibility, see how to qualify for the airdrop.

Airdrop countdown announcement. Source: X.

Seven days until Blast airdrop

According to the publication, the airdrop is scheduled to take place a week after the announcement. All decentralized applications (dApps) must distribute Gold & Points, an ecosystem rewards program. This distribution is not the airdrop itself, but it will ensure that participants can receive the tokens.

However, Gold & Points must be in users’ Externally Owned Accounts (EOA) to be counted. In other words, anyone who leaves points in smart contracts or other applications will not be eligible for the airdrop.

It is also important to note that it is essential that users who have points in EOAs have logged into the Blast dashboard at least once using that account. On the other hand, embedded wallets like Privy also need to ensure the linking process for eligibility.

To ensure a safe and secure user experience in the ecosystem, any suspicious or insider distributions made by dApps will be analyzed. Anyone who violates the airdrop rules will be placed on a list and will not be able to participate in future airdrops made by Blast.

These factors collectively made the Blast airdrop highly anticipated in the community. Additionally, this event could offset the disappointments of ZKSync and Layer Zero airdrops, whose tokens fell sharply after launch.

Sobre a Blast L2

Recently, Blast secured sixth place in the Layer 2 ranking with the highest participation in decentralized finance (DeFi), according to data from DeFi Llama. The network maintained its positioning even further, reaching unprecedented levels shortly after starting operations.

Data from DeFi LLama shows that Blast has a Total Value Locked (TVL) of $2.085 billion.

Additionally, the network underwent an update last month that enabled support for blobs (Binary Large Objects). This further revolutionizes the ecosystem’s user appeal by enabling the storage of binary data alongside transactional data.

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