This guide will walk you through the process of participating in the Evolution Airdrop which will take place starting May 10th 2018 5:30pm UTC.
For those of you who are new, Evolution will be running on its own blockchain. Evolution aims to solve the issues taking place in EOS with large ownership stakes by Exchanges and Block Producers as previously discussed.
Why an Airdrop?
Evolution will not be holding an ICO. Evolution is based on the DPOS consensus proposed by EOS and will honor the community by airdropping tokens. The aim is to disperse tokens evenly across the EOS community.
What do I need in order to participate?
To allow for an equal distribution between early and late adopters of EOS we’ll be providing two EOS airdrops, the Initial Airdrop and the Scale Airdrop. For the Initial Airdrop taking place on May 10th you will need to have your EOS Tokens properly Registered through EOS.io and stored on an Ethereum compatible wallet in order receive your tokens. If you have at least 25 EOS Tokens in an EOS Registered wallet for which you control the private key (for example a Hardware Wallet, MyEtherWallet, Metamask, etc) then you will automatically receive your Evolution Tokens, there is nothing else you need to do. DO NOT use an exchange wallet.
For Wallets Registered AFTER May 4th 0 UTC the Wallet Verification requirements: A minimum of: 25 EOS and a minimum of: 0.025 ETH
*ONLY for new registrations
There are no other rules to know or adhere to for the Initial Airdrop. We will never ask for your private keys or ask you to send us any funds. Please be careful and reach out to us if you have any questions at all. For questions t.me/EvolutionOS
There will be a total supply of 5,000,000,000 Evolution Tokens. 4.5 Billion tokens will be airdropped over the coming months to the EOS community. This is your chance for public participation. Additional allotments will be airdropped to developers, arbitrators, and community participants after the blockchain launches. You can find the full breakdown of Evolution Token allocation here