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Stellar is airdropping $125 million to Blockchain Wallet users

I know that crypto posts is not so much welcome here but I thought this is huge.

Stellar Development Foundation, the nonprofit organization behind [Stellar](https://www.stellar.org/), announced Tuesday a partnership with Blockchain, a popular cryptocurrency wallet provider, to airdrop $125 million worth of Stellar lumens (XLM) to Blockchain’s customer-base. 

They are giving away $125 million in XLM to Blockchain Wallet users and it will be the largest airdrop in cryptocurrency history.

Stellar co-founder is Jed McCaleb, who also founded Mt. Gox and co-founded Ripple.

You can register here: [https://www.blockchain.com/getcrypto](https://www.blockchain.com/getcrypto)

(I didn’t beleive myself until I saw airdrop in their offical blockchain website.)

27 thoughts on “Stellar is airdropping $125 million to Blockchain Wallet users

    1. i made bank off the first airdrop stellar did. i mean people call it a shit coin but it jumped up in value back when bitcoin hit 20k and i sold all mine and done pretty good.

  1. 5 years ago, when stellar first launched, they were giving away free lumens. I found an email the other day for I beleive 8000 lumens that I didn’t claim and are now expired 🙁

    EDIT: it was actually 4000 lumens**

    1. Hey, thesheldor96, just a quick heads-up:
      **beleive** is actually spelled **believe**. You can remember it by **i before e**.
      Have a nice day!

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      1. They’ll request copy of ID and address info before they airdrop more. Read the site, first airdrop is very small like 1$.

        1. As long as you just have to verify your blockchain account then I don’t see any problem with that. My blockchain account has been verified for a long time. Blockchain is a trusted site. I’ve never really heard of any issues with them.

        2. That is something I would not provide to anyone I don’t have to. Can’t get to the site at work but thanks for clarifying that.

  2. Stellar once gave away ($25ish) for originally signing up for their crypto. You had to connect your facebook account, so if you don’t have one, you might want to make one. They are legit though.

  3. From the website: “We will also require participants to verify their identity to ensure that no one is trying to claim more XLM than they are entitled to”. Beware and protect your private info.

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