How to use the airdrop function


KEYRING Email Wallet users may receive airdrops depending on their activation address.

When users activate their wallets through a company/group domain, they may receive airdrops specific to that group.

The airdrop rewards will vary depending on the group.

Airdrop types

Currently, there are two types of airdrops that users can receive:

No passcode

This type of airdrop allows users to receive the airdrop simply by clicking to claim it after creating their wallet, with no additional requirements.

With passcode

Contrary to the No passcode type, for this type, users need to enter the correct passcode in order to claim the airdrop.


Airdrops can have various applications. The purpose of KEYRING Email Wallet is to enable new users to quickly access Web3, helping companies transition from Web2 to Web3. Therefore, companies can use airdrops as rewards to encourage employees to use Web3 wallets. Besides being rewards, these airdrops can also serve as initial capital for users to practice basic operations of a Web3 wallet.

Additionally, airdrops can be a way to attract users through events. For example, participants might receive airdrop codes, which can further encourage attendance.

Setting Airdrop

To set up an airdrop, a company or group will contact us to configure it according to their preferences. The method of claiming airdrops can be set up in two scenarios: freely available without any conditions or requiring a code to claim.

There are various rewards that can be set for airdrops:

  • Tokens: This is the simplest and most straightforward reward. Users simply click to claim them.

  • NFTs: Since NFTs are also a type of token, users can claim them in a similar manner.

  • Tier-based Airdrop: This is a more advanced setup where recipients' addresses are divided into tiers based on certain conditions. Depending on the tier, the recipients will receive different airdrops. The criteria for differentiating tiers will be determined by the company/group setting up the airdrop.

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