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28th August 2022 > > CC Airdrop Circular.


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Crypto bashers are wailing in anguish as their expected breach of $20k to the downside came to naught.

For now at least.

Curious Cryptos’ Commentary – Curious Cryptos’ Airdrop Circular (CCAC)

Way back in time the CCC team started production of the Curious Cryptos’ Airdrop Circular, which has since fallen into disuse. However, in May of this year, the CCAC was reinstated. Today Circular No. 5 was sent out to all subscribers.

This sister publication will be written on an occasional basis as and when potentially interesting opportunities arise.

It will provide all the information you need to participate in our recommended airdrops, as well as updates on previous recommendations, including the exact time I take the free cash, if any.

I make no promises about the amount of free cash available.

Airdrops – and before that, hard forks – have in some instances been relatively lucrative, returning hundreds or even thousands of pounds, which if exchanged for BTC or ETH, will be potentially worth multiples of those amounts. But these opportunities are rare indeed, and I probably miss a lot of them.

But perhaps the real benefit of airdrops is their educational value. They demonstrate the very broad range of possibilities opened up by cryptos, and they allow involvement in cryptos with virtually no downside. If I am right, and this technology does change the world far more than the internet and email have done, then gaining familiarity with no cost apart from your time will one day be of immense use to you.

Rules of Engagement

My first point of reference is whether the airdrop requires anything more than just linking social media accounts. If it requires, for example, retweeting a marketing message, I immediately exclude it from my list of potential airdrops. I am sure I will miss some free money this way, but I will not compromise on this point. Unfortunately, the number of airdrops with this requirement increases daily.

My second point of reference is the utility of the airdrop – is this a project which has some legs? If not, I exclude it immediately.

My third point of reference is whether the airdrop is a guaranteed amount or if it is dependent on some other factor e.g. a prize draw type pay-out, or perhaps activity if the project being advertised requires a minimum amount of trading activity on an exchange. Any element of variability leads to automatic exclusion.

Finally, if anything looks remotely dodgy, I exclude it immediately.

These are quite draconian restrictions which mean that the number of airdrops I get involved in is very limited. But I believe that leads to a higher quality of airdrop, reduces the possibility of being scammed or defrauded, and leads ultimately to a higher free cash pay-out for your time.

Publication Schedule

As and when required, but you do need to sign up to this mailing list separately. It is available on request, but only on request. Even though each of you is a valued member of the Curious Cryptos’ Community, you must proactively engage by letting me know that you want to receive this information.

If you did previously subscribe, you will still be on the list.

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