What is the PulseChain Airdrop?

Pulsechain Airdrop -The Biggest Airdrop in blockchain history

This article contains all you need to know to participate in the PulseChain airdrop and double your crypto coins

Pulsechain Airdrop -The Biggest Airdrop in blockchain history

This article contains all you need to know to participate in the PulseChain airdrop and double your crypto coins


What is an airdrop?

An airdrop is free tokens sent to your address in exchange for a service.
This can be a retweet, a share, a small action or just being in the right place at the right time.

In the case of PulseChain airdrop, there are 2 methods and you almost don’t have to do anything to double your tokens.

So keep reading if you want to find out more about the airdrop that will go down in blockchain history as the biggest airdrop ever.


Ethereum addresses to be airdropped


Community members so far


Raised for medical research pre-launch

PulseChain Is A Hard Fork Of Ethereum!

PulseChain is a new blockchain to be launched in the first quarter of 2022. It is a hard fork of the Ethereum blockchain.

This means that on the day that PulseChain mainnet will be launched, instead of it being an empty blockchain, it will contain all the data from Ethereum (tokens, NFTs, smart contracts, addresses, transaction history & states). 

Everything any address owns on the Ethereum blockchain (ERC-20 & NFTs), the same address will own on PulseChain on day 1. No action from a user’s perspective is required.  Just wait for it to launch and the tokens will be there. 

Congratulations, you’ve just gotten access to 1:1 copies of all the tokens you had on the Ethereum blockchain!

This will be the biggest airdrop to ever occur since the genesis of blockchain technology.

Who is eligible?

1st Method

Hold ERC-20 tokens or NFTs on the Ethereum Blockchain
Anyone who holds in their non-custodial wallet ERC-20 tokens or NFTs on the Ethereum blockchain will receive a 1 to 1 copy of their tokens on PulseChain. An ERC-20 is a fungible token that lives on the Ethereum blockchain, for example, Ether (ETH), HEX, Chainlink (LINK), Shiba Inu (SHIB), Tether (USDT), Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC), etc.
A non-custodial wallet means that you have the private key to the wallet and can access it directly (e.g. MetaMask). Any PulseChain copies of tokens that you hold on a centralized exchange such as Binance, Coinbase, Kucoin or others, will not be yours when PulseChain launches. You would have to then beg the exchange to give you the tokens, but it’s a lost cause. So rather, get the tokens out of the exchange and into your own wallet as soon as possible, before the hard fork happens (e.g. MetaMask, Trust Wallet, Exodus, etc.)
In essence, get as many tokens as you can into your own private wallet, hold them and they’ll be doubled once PulseChain launches!
Note that all copied tokens will retain their current name, except for Ether (ETH) which shall be renamed to Pulse (PLS). This is because each one of these tokens is the native token of their hosting blockchain.

2nd Method

Whoever "Sacrificed" Coins or Donated to the SENS Foundation
The sacrifice started on July 15, 2021, 04:50 UTC.
A large number of coins and tokens were sacrificed for the PulseChain project, totalling several billions of dollars in value. The sacrifice phase is technically still live, but it is practically over, and the founder, Richard Heart, recommends that you should NOT sacrifice now. The rate is about 2,500 times worse than it was on 15 July 2021!! So, you are much more likely to get a better deal for PulseChain coins after launch.
How it worked was as follows: for every sacrificed coin, people would get a certain amount of “sacrifice points” in return. The ratio between $ sacrificed vs “sacrifice points” received decreases every day. On the first days of the sacrifice, you would have gotten 10K “sacrifice points” per $1, on October 15 it was roughly 137 “sacrifice points” per $1. This value gets lower by the day- and it is currently 2,500 times worse than on day 1. 
For each “sacrifice point” 1 PLS will be minted and airdropped into your wallet.
How about tokens on other chains like BSC, Matic & Polygon?

Any token held on blockchains other than ethereum will not be copied over to Pulsechain. Only tokens (ERC-20 & NFTs) on Ethereum will get copied over to PulseChain. So think about migrating all your assets to Ethereum before the hard fork takes place

However, if you do not want to hold your tokens on the Ethereum blockchain but you do want to participate in the airdrop, you can sacrifice from many different blockchains. 

Will I get a copy of my staked HEX?


You will get all your staked HEX 1 to 1 as well as any other token that is locked on a contract on the Ethereum blockchain. It does not matter if your tokens are staked or liquid.

Since the smart contracts holding the locked tokens will also be copied over to PulseChain, the copy of the staked tokens will also be staked for the same amount of time. For example, if you currently have HEX staked for 10 years, their copy on PulseChain will also be staked for 10 years.

Can I still sacrifice?

The official 19 day sacrifice stage held in July is over. The founder of the Chain, Richard Heart, has informed us that it is NOT appropriate to sacrifice for PulseChain now. During the first days of the sacrifice, you’d get 10k Pulse per $1, but on 6 January 2022, the rate is about 3 Pulse per dollar. This is about 3,000 times worse, and the value gets lower by the day!! So you should wait until launch to get PulseChain coins (even though you can technically still sacrifice as the recipient address cannot “close” itself).

If you’ve already sacrificed, you should not expect anything out of a sacrifice. Consider it a contribution to the betterment of the whole blockchain technology, its community and a step towards decentralized financial freedom. We cannot predict the price of Pulsechain.


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