The Third NTX Airdrop Snapshot Period Is About To Begin

9 Jun 2022

Greetings Singularitarians,
It may be hard to believe, but the third NTX airdrop for AGIX holders is swiftly approaching. This will be the last NTX airdrop that latecomers can join; the fourth airdrop will only be available to people who have been holding AGIX non-stop since January 5th this year. This article will reiterate the rules for the third airdrop so that they are clear to everyone.

Schedule For The Third Airdrop

June 18th 2022, 11:00 UTC — July 18th 2022, 11:00 UTC
Eligibility snapshot period
Users must be holding at least 2500 AGIX in a private wallet on the Ethereum blockchain for the entire snapshot period. If the balance drops below this amount during the period, they will lose eligibility for this airdrop.
July 19th 2022, 11:00 UTC until July 24th 2022, 11:00 UTC
Registration period

Users actively need to sign a contract interaction at the airdrop registration portal, no gas fees to be incurred. If one does not register, they will not be able to claim the airdrop. After connecting their wallet and registering, users will be shown a confirmation codeCopy and save this code in a safe place; users will need to submit it if they have any trouble claiming the airdrop.
July 25th 2022, 11:00 UTC
Claiming for third airdrop begins
Users can claim their reward, requiring gas fees to be paid. There will be an option to claim directly into NTX bonded staking (Note: the option to claim directly into staking will become unavailable if staking fills up and/or when the staking window closes). Users can wait and claim all tokens at once during later periods.
July 29th 2022, 11:00 UTC
Staking window closes
The bonded staking window will close on this date, but it will still be possible to claim the airdrop into the user’s wallet after this.
Here is the full airdrop schedule for reference:

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