Don’t waste your money If you’re an AIRDROP hunter, you might end up with nothing if you don’t follow these simple rules

Don’t waste your money

Learn how to choose the right strategy and get the AIRDROP

The advice I’m giving in this thread applies to both your main accounts and Sybil accounts.

Sure, creating multiple accounts can be more profitable, but it comes with higher risks, so it’s up to you to decide.

 Wallet Funding

This is the first and crucial step, as it’s where you can make a mistake and miss out on the Airdrop.

• 1 wallet = 1 sub-account on CEX
• Fund at different times
• Avoid transferring between wallets
• Don’t use


I recommend creating a table to keep track of which address corresponds to which sub-account on the exchange.

I use OKX, and for automation, you need to select the exchange_withdraw module.


 Wallet Warm-up

Projects consider this factor to assess the likelihood that the wallet belongs to a real person.

You need to create a wallet that leaves no doubt in the minds of the projects that it could be a Sybil account.


Important parameters:

• Wallet age (date of first transaction)

• Number of transactions

• No connections with your other wallets

• Different tokens (including NFTs) on different networks

• Relatively high balance

I recommend following this process:

Generate wallets -> Fund them -> Make transactions on different networks -> Obtain WEB3 passports or purchase ENS -> Repeat transactions after a week

This way, you’ll have ready-to-use wallets in a month or two.


The most important thing to understand is that projects want to see that the wallet belongs to a real person, not just an empty Sybil account.

So, participate in various events and projects, showing that you’re an ordinary user.

Interaction Strategies

The key is to anticipate what projects might reward their users for and whether they will do so.

To do this, we need to analyze numbers and statistics, and is perfect for that.


We need to identify:

• Interaction patterns

• Transaction frequency

• Transaction volumes

• Balances in wallets

For example, let’s take any dashboard and set our criteria. I’ll choose <30%

Analyze the statistics, consider percentages, and the number of wallets.

Then, draw your own conclusions.

In the screenshot, we can see that the optimal range is 20-29 transactions, but the number of users is too large, so it’s better to aim for 30 transactions


You need to do this for each activity in the project and find the best interaction pattern for yourself.

Then, calculate the expenses and compare them with your risk management.

If you believe the project will definitely distribute something, such as by minting their NFT.

Look at the quantity of those NFTs and draw your own conclusions about whether the project can distribute tokens to all those wallets.

 You Don’t Need an Airdrop

Well, of course, you do need it, and that’s why we’re doing all this. But the project shouldn’t know about it.

Projects can easily differentiate wallets that are only interested in getting project tokens from those who genuinely need the project.

Common mistakes:

• Using the bridge back and forth immediately

• Withdrawing all the money after interacting

• Using the same patterns, amounts, and execution times for all wallets

• Repeating the same actions after a certain period of time

You should randomize everything as much as possible.

– Time
– Amounts
– Patterns

All of this should differ at least slightly.

 Wallet Withdrawals

It’s the same as funding.

Withdraw from the same source.

Later on, it doesn’t matter how the funds move within the exchange.


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