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Notional Airdrop for CryptoCurrency - ICO/STO

Notional Airdrop Ends:

Aug 10, 2021

N/A
UnlimitedUsers
0NOTE
60,000,000USD
Platform TypeEthereum

AIRDROP RATE
CryptoCurrency Rating System - Notional

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6.4
Overall Rate
7.4
Validation
7.4
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Requirements CryptoCurrency Airdrop - Notional

What is And How To Get Notional

Notional is airdropping 0.75% of the total supply to various early users of the platform.

  • A snapshot was taken on July 4th, 2021 at 00:00 GMT, and users who have borrowed, lent, or provided liquidity more than or equal to 50 DAI/USDC as of the snapshot date will receive between 600 NOTE and 1800 NOTE.
  • The rewards will be distributed pre-V2 launch (tentatively) in September, pending audits.
  • For more information regarding the airdrop, see this post.

Airdrop Rating CryptoCurrency Airdrop - Notional

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Validation Notional - Crypto Airdrop Rates

40 / 80
  • Validate on Site
    16 / 16
  • Validate on Social
    16 / 16
  • Validate on Bitcointalk
    0 / 16
  • Popularity
    8 / 32
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10

BCL Profile Notional - Crypto Airdrop Rates

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  • BCL Profile
    0 / 4
  • Airdrop Owner(Verify)
    0 / 10
  • Free Ads Package
    0 / 2
  • No Free Ads Package
    0 / 4

Summary Of Notional and its Airdrop

Notional is a protocol on Ethereum that facilitates fixed-rate, fixed-term crypto asset lending and borrowing through a novel financial instrument called fCash. Notional is designed to optimize capital efficiency and balance the needs of liquidity providers and the system's end users.

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