Community airdrops can significantly enhance project growth. While they typically demand extensive development and operational efforts, Mint Club simplifies this with its built-in Airdrop tool. If there's an active airdrop for a token or NFT, it will be displayed on the token detail page as shown:

The airdrop tool in Mint Club enables whitelisted address-based claims. Token/NFT holders can check their eligibility on the detail page.

Setting Up Airdrops

Access the "Lock-up/Airdrop" menu by connecting your wallet and clicking on your address tab.

On the Lock-up/Airdrop tool page, click "Create Airdrop."

Select the asset type, blockchain network, and the specific token/NFT for the airdrop.

Name your airdrop and set up the airdrop pool. Define the total tokens for the airdrop and the number of recipients to calculate the claimable amount per wallet. For example, 2 million tokens divided among 10,000 wallets allow each to claim 200 tokens.

Choose between private and public airdrop modes. Public mode allows anyone to claim until the pool is empty or the period ends. In private mode, only pre-specified wallets can claim. Add multiple eligible addresses as needed.

Implement a "first-come-first-earn" approach by adding more addresses than the recipient count. For instance, with 1,000 recipients and 6,444 whitelisted addresses, the airdrop operates on a first-come basis.

Set the airdrop duration with start and end times. Review all details before deploying. After launch, the airdrop cannot be altered, only halted.

After deploying the airdrop, you can manage it from your dashboard, accessible via the bottom tab on the airdrop tool page. This dashboard allows you to view the whitelist, monitor the current status, and, if necessary, cancel the airdrop.

Should you decide to cancel an ongoing or scheduled airdrop, it will cease immediately. Any tokens in the airdrop pool will be returned to your wallet. Be aware that canceling an airdrop is a final decision and cannot be reversed.

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