Our latest airdrop recommendation is CoinIMP. Airdrop participants get 500 IMP coins each. One coin equals one penny. Plus, participants can make another 5% commission per referral.
What Is CoinIMP?
Headquartered in Warsaw, Poland, CoinIMP aims to revolutionize the advertising market, making it more competitive and profitable for all participants.
Right now, ad networks run by Google, Bing and others dominate the online advertising space. Publishers and webmasters have no choice. They have to go to ad networks to get advertising. And the advertising networks control which ads get displayed.
Last year, ad networks began banning cryptocurrency ads. There wasn’t a good reason to do so. Ad networks just didn’t want to deal with the hassle of figuring out a new and growing sector. As a result, even if websites wanted to run crypto ads, they were not allowed to.
CoinIMP was developed as an alternative to the unfair ban on cryptocurrency ads. It gives website owners the power to decide which ads go on their sites. They will initially be paid per 1,000 impressions (CPM model). The company intends to offer additional advertising models this year.
Website visitors can also skip the ads by “sponsoring” the site. Sponsorship works by enabling site visitors to mine Monero and Webchain through their browsers.
This is how CoinIMP is described on its webpage:
Why We Like It
How to Claim the Airdrop
CoinIMP is airdropping 500 IMP tokens each to its community members. Go to CoinIMP’s airdrop page on Airdrop Alert. Follow the step-by-step guide listed there. You’ll need to follow it on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook, as well as complete a handful of other tasks.
If you run into problems, please contact either CoinIMP or Airdrop Alert. They should have the details you need to complete the airdrop process.
Never give anyone your password or private keys. No legitimate airdrop will ask for that stuff.
Never reuse your email or exchange passwords. Always use unique, random passwords. Write them down and store them somewhere safe. We also recommend setting up a separate email account for airdrops.
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