If you already participated in an airdrop distribution, you’ve probably noticed a lot of Twitter-related tasks that you have to complete to receive airdrops. And that’s not by coincidence.
Twitter is a micro-blogging platform, with 326 million monthly active users, and 500 million tweets sent daily. So it’s no wonder that blockchain/crypto startups want an active presence on this social media platform.
However, Twitter is also a place where you can find valuable information about upcoming and legit airdrops, as well as warnings about potential scams.
In fact, there are Twitter accounts that are solely dedicated to keeping users up to date about airdrop distributions.
And in this blog post, we’ll check out some of the most popular Twitter accounts for finding worthy airdrops. Let’s get started, shall we?
FreeAirdrops is a platform powered by AirdropAlert (we’ll talk about that as well), where users can receive airdrops automatically, without completing the usual tasks. The whole process is quite simple, and includes:
- Registering and picking the plan that suits your needs
- Completing the payment
- Waiting for airdrops to pop-up in your wallet
Plus, all airdrops are scanned and verified before landing into your wallet, which, means that you don’t have to worry about potential scams.
The platform has a Twitter profile, where you can find out more about the Pro-Plan, and stay updated with all events in the airdrop world.
AirdropAlert has a Twitter channel packed with useful information, not only about upcoming and featured airdrops, but about airdrop news, exchange listings, and token distributions as well.
Plus, there you can find links to regularly published content, including beginner-friendly guides, and news in the crypto world.
Just be careful. On Twitter, there are several fake AirdropAlert profiles, so make sure that you follow the official one. You can do that through this link.
Crypto Airdrops is a website where you can find legitimate airdrops. Before listing an airdrop, the team finds necessary information and rates airdrops to see whether or not they’re worth participating in.
Plus, they provide you with detailed instructions on how to join airdrops. On their Twitter account, you can find explanation of active airdrops, announcements about future ones, and instruction on how to join these airdrops.
Airdropster was launched in 2018, and it was one of the first airdrop aggregators. The platform informs its users about new airdrops through listings on the website and email.
On Airdropster’s Twitter profile you can find information about new airdrops and bounties. With the help of Twitter, their users are always up to date with new and upcoming giveaways.
The Twitter accounts listed above are official, legitimate, and we hope that they’ll help you through the adventure called joining an airdrop.