I've done two NFT drops that have gone viral. My most recent one is the Base fundraising announcement which has 27k+ mints. It seems that 99% of minters are in it for an airdrop. They mint off-platform (eg on mint.fun) and don't even visit the website. Is this true for viral drops in general?
@jayme whatcha think
Yes, it is. But maybe it's not a bad thing. They drive transactions, reward fee and awareness.
If do not do proof of liveness checks (i.e. are you a human) you get 100% bots
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yes. airdrop hints fill discords with spam and terrible users. maybe 5% stick around after drop. its very expensive marketing and clogs up community processes
cc @manansh airdrop farming
what is the website?
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