EOS Airdrop Horus Pay

First Wave of EOS Airdrops

EOS has become a powerhouse in the crypto space. One of the most promising things about it is the airdrops. Unlike Ethereum, many EOS projects are choosing to collect zero funds up front. Instead, they simply drop their token to the EOS community, while dropping themselves tokens to fund their project. The EOS markets then decide the value of the token based on demand, The team then sells some of its tokens to raise money. Since it’s easy and practically free to start a project on EOS, new players are popping up every day.

Here are 1 of the 13 of the first airdrops to arrive in EOS holders wallets once the EOS main net goes live next week.

Horus Pay

A global payroll portal that allows companies to exchange private encrypted secured data with international payroll vendors using the blockchain.

  • Website: https://horuspay.io/
  • Snapshot: June 2 Main net Genesis snapshot.
  • Airdrop: June 30 1:1 Ratio
  • Total Supply: 1.2 billion
  • Airdrop Supply: 900 million
  • Analysis: Although they only have one month before the airdrop, they still haven’t made a whitepaper, or supplied much info at all.

Why Registering an EOS Public Key is Important.

I’d like to speak to the importance of registering your ETH address, where you hold your current EOS tokens, to a public EOS key. You may have noticed the saying: “secure life, liberty, and property” crop up quite a bit in your EOS research. Registering a public key to your ETH address is doing just that, securing your property.

  • Find out by entering your Ethereum wallet address here

The Basics: “Not Your Keys, Not Your Tokens.”

This is blockchain and crypto 101. If you do not own the private keys to your tokens, you do not own them, PERIOD — storing tokens on an exchange can be bad news. If you are not an active trader, there is zero reason to not secure your property in a private wallet to which you own the key. The plethora of wallet options leaves no excuse for not taking control of your tokens. Currently, EOS is an ERC20 token, so creating a wallet can be as simple as installing the MetaMask browser extension, or as complex as setting up an offline wallet using the MEW software on a local machine. You decide for yourself which security system best suits your investment size and tech expertise.

Next EOS — Everipedia airdrop