Airdrop crypto with Dapple Airdrops to 170+ wallets at a time!

If you are organising an airdrop bounty campaign but are not sure how to distribute your token to all those thousands of addresses, then look no further because the solution to your problem is right here!

Dapple Airdrops is a distributed web-based crypto airdrop application powered by Ethereum smart contracts. The application is a tool which is capable of batch transferring ERC20 tokens to at least 170 addresses in a single click! This will save you countless hours of your valuable time which you can spend focusing on other important aspects of your project.

Contract: 0x4459B42D034330ecC1E4D604c0a5c855b857Df2c

Try it Before You Buy it!

If you would like to test the DApp before making a purchase, then you can do so using the free trial! The best part is that you do not have to do anything to activate the free trial. This is because each and every ERC20 token which has not been distributed on the application before automatically has 100 free trial drops where 1 drop = 1 Ethereum address. This way you can be sure that you will be happy with your purchase.

How Much Does it Cost?

The application works on a pay as you go basis and costs just 0.00005 ETH per address, or 20,000 addresses for every 1 ETH. To make a purchase all you have to do is deposit ETH into the smart contract and you will automatically be credited with the appropriate amount of drops based on how much you deposited. In addition to this, you also have the freedom to withdraw your ETH at any time you wish.

Bonus System

Now the best part has been saved for last. You actually get rewarded with bonus drops every time you batch transfer ERC20 tokens! The bonus is currently set to 20% so for every 100 addresses you send your token to, you get an additional 20 drops for free!

Paid & Bonus Drops


— Prerequisite requirements

In order to use Dapple Airdrops, you will need to have one of the following supported wallets installed: Trust Wallet, Coinbase Wallet or MetaMask. In addition to this your wallet must contain the token you intend to airdrop and also some ETH to cover the cost of transaction fees.

Step-By-Step Guide

How To Use Free Trial: If you are using the 100 free trail drops, you can skip the first step for now and just follow steps 2 to 4. This is because every ERC20 token which has never been airdropped on the Dapple Airdrops platform before automatically has 100 free trial drops. So no payment of ETH is needed!

STEP 1 — Purchasing Drops: To purchase some drops you will need to click the ‘Deposit’ button in the ‘Balance’ sub-menu and the deposit window will appear. In there you will have to enter the total amount of drops you intend to buy and the cost in ETH will be displayed. If you are happy with the price, you will just need to hit the ‘DEPOSIT’ button and then sign the transaction with your Web3 enabled wallet.

STEP 2 — Selecting The ERC20 Token To Airdrop: This step is pretty self-explanatory, you will have to inform the Dapple Airdrops software of which token you intend to airdrop. In order to do so, you will need to click on the ‘ERC20 Token’ input field and all tokens which are contained in your wallet address will be displayed in a drop-down list. Simply just select the token from this list.

ERC20 Token Drop-Down List

Once you have selected the token, a section will appear listing the token’s symbol, your balance of the token (i.e., the balance in your personal wallet), the allowance (this will initially be 0) and if your token has a free trial, you will also see the following text “100 FREE TRIAL DROPS”.

STEP 3 — Setting An Allowance: This step is very important step as you must first allow the Dapple Airdrops smart contract to distribute your token up to a certain amount. The total allowance you set is entirely up to you, though it is recommended to set it to a value which is the same as the total amount of tokens you intend to airdrop to all those thousands of addresses in order to avoid having to repeat this step again!

To set an allowance, you will have to click on the green link “CHANGE” which is to the right of the allowance and a new window will appear called “CHANGE ALLOWANCE”. In this window you can enter whatever allowance you like and then hit the “SUBMIT’ button, at which point you will be prompted to sign the transaction with your wallet.

STEP 4 — Airdropping Your Token: Finally, you are now able to start airdropping your token! In order to do so you will need to inform Dapple Airdrops of the recipient addresses and the corresponding amounts of tokens each address should receive.

To get your token to the correct addresses, you will need to enter the addresses of the participants in the ‘Recipient Addresses’ input field, all separated by a space, new line or comma. Then you will need to enter the amounts of tokens each address will receive in the ‘Corresponding Values’ section (once again separated with a space, new line or comma).

If you wish to send the same amount of tokens to all addresses, then there is no need to enter that value multiple times. You can just simply enter a single value and the Dapple Airdrops software will interpret it as a single value airdrop. On the other hand, if you wish to send different amounts of tokens to each address, then you will need to enter the values in the same order as the addresses appear. For instance, take a look at the following example below:

Recipient Addresses: 0x1, 0x2, …, 0x170

Corresponding Vals: 100, 370, …, 225

In the above case, 0x1 will get 100 tokens, 0x2 will get 370 tokens and so on all the way to address 0x170 which will get 225 tokens.

Once you have provided the recipient addresses and corresponding values like in the image above, all you have to do is hit the “SUBMIT” button, then sign the transaction and your tokens will be on their way. It’s that easy..

Happy Airdropping!

Customer Support

If you encounter any problems on Dapple Airdrops or would like some further clarification on how to use the DApp, you can get in touch with the developer, Zenos Pavlakou here:

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