- Tron is currently in the process of releasing the largest and longest airdrop in crypto history
- BTT tokens will be seeded at block height 6.6 million
- TRX holders should expect at least 0.11 BTT per TRX they hold by next week
In the tweet, Justin suggests that this airdrop will be the largest and longest to happen in the history of cryptocurrency. He has also stated that they have snapshots for all Tron accounts and the TRX holders will receive BTT in the next 24 hours.
Blockchainreporter had captured the story and details of Tron’s airdrop last week that revealed the drop to be the cause of Tron’s fantastic price performance compared to the slow growth of other cryptos in the ongoing cryptocurrency winter.
How to secure your airdrop
The BTT airdrop is supported by several wallets with the expected amount to be 10.1% of the 990 billion created on top of the Tron blockchain. Seeding of the BTT tokens would begin when the blockchain reaches a block height of 6.6 million. The first 12 airdrops will be distributed to holders of TRX who would each receive at least 0.11 BTT per TRX.
Crypto exchanges that will support the drop include Binance, OKEx, Bithumb, UPbit, Bitpie among others. Binance assured its users that they wouldn’t be required to withdraw their TRX to receive the free tokens. The wallets that have already pledged to support the airdrop include Tron Wallet and Trust wallet.
No action required
The requirements of getting the airdrops will need the users to possess some TRX tokens and have a wallet that supports TRX. The TRX users are expected to receive TRX in the ratio of 1:0.11. This means that each holder is entitled to acquire at least 0.11 from the airdrop for each TRX they own.
The BTT airdrop does not require a manual claim action, and there’s no minimum amount of TRX set for the users to qualify for the airdrops.