How to get Helium airdrop:
Helium is a blockchain network to provide a system for authenticating and identifying devices, providing cryptographic guarantees of data transmission and authenticity.
They are trying to build a wireless hotspot network for the Internet of Things. It consists of protocols Proof-of-Coverage, a new open-source and standards-compliant wireless network protocol, called WHIP and Proof-of-Location. The Helium network is a decentralized wireless network built around WHIP on a purpose-built blockchain with a native token. Helium is listed on the CoinMarketCap.
Helium airdrop is hosted on the CoinMarketCap. Similarly to Coinbase, CoinMarketCap has started to organize airdrops, which greatly increases the authenticity of these airdrops and ensures that tokens and coins will be distributed to users.
To participate in the Helium airdrop you will need to create an account on CoinMarketCap, and you need to have a Binance account. The total airdrop value is 50,000 $HNT. Rewards will be distributed proportionally to all airdrop participants.
Here is the step-to-step guide on how to participate in Helium airdrop:
- Log in or sign up to CoinMarketCap
- You will also need a Binance account. If you don’t have it you can create it here
- After login to CoinMarketCap go to the airdrop page
- Fill in your info. You will need a Binance ID. When you are logged to Binance go to your dashboard and copy your ID from the top
- Answer various questions to earn coins
- Answers are provided below
Q: What is the total supply of HNT tokens?
A: Check this info on Helium CoinMarketPage
Q: What type of devices connect to The People’s Network?
A: Internet of Things (IoT) devices
Q: How many IoT devices are expected to need connectivity in the next five years?
A: 75 Billion
Q: What is the wireless technology Hotspots use to provide coverage?
Q: What is the unit of exchange Hotspots earn?
Q: Which of the below is NOT a way a Hotspot earns HNT?
A: Providing Wi-Fi connectivity to nearby phones and computers.
Q: What is Helium’s novel proof algorithm that is used to verify Hotspots are real and located where they say they are?
Q: What is the unit of exchange IoT devices use to pay for connectivity?
A: Data Credit