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Ethereum ENS airdop

Discussion in 'Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Mining' started by apemann, Nov 9, 2021.

  1. apemann

    apemann Member

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    anyone else get it?

    didnt set my primary name so missed out on the 2x which is epically shit

    still... waiting for the pump to 1k

    lol $53... that puts it at a $5.3B market cap hahaha no chance of a $1000 :(
     
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  2. whatdoesthisdo

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    Only heard about it briefly this morning. Pisses me off that people on start talking about it after it's too late :lol::lol::lol::lol:

    What did you have to do to get it? Have an ens registered before 31 Oct?
     
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    yeah just have an ens registered

    400 ENS not a bad freebie

    would love to know who the person was who registered 700 names in individual addresses.10 days ago.

    pocketed a cool $1.5m for $50kish in fees.

    now im hoping the dao will distribute earnings to holders if ENS gets big enough
     
  4. illdrift

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    God damn. I thought we were too late to the table, by the time everyone was talking about it.

    I heard a few comments about people swapping their drop for around 1.8ETH

    Here's hoping the ParaSwap drop turns out good
     
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    Lol it was crazy on uniswap

    The worst was 0.008 ENS for 1 ETH because of no liquidity - rekt!

    I'm just gonna let it settle and see what happens.

    Metamask airdrop on its way
     
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  6. whatdoesthisdo

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    What you got to do to get these?
     
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    Seems like the talk is itll be based on some level of history of usage probably heavily favouring metamask swaps
     
  8. illdrift

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    I guess just use the Paraswap dex aggregator to perform a swap, or a few. It's my default go-to anyway.

    Polygon is cheap on gas :leet:, if you want to play with it

    https://paraswap.io/#/?network=polygon
     
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  10. Madchimp

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    Due to being new and a complete pleb....

    Can someone explain to me what the go is with swaps, etc?
     
  11. illdrift

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    Here's a basic guide on the process



    The Ethereum blockchain is the most expensive to use, and that's for good reason. Cost to use is simply a result of huge demand with a fixed number of possible transactions.

    You can experiment with the Polygon blockchain which is far cheaper to use. Ethereum might cost $70 to perform a swap. Polygon costs under 1 cent.



    You can withdraw funds from certain crypto exchanges onto Polygon, so you don't have to blow a lot of money on experimenting.
     
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  12. Madchimp

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    Thanks mate :)
     

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