Portal Unveils Token Airdrop Plans, Crystal Dash Campaign

The Crystal Dash campaign allows users to earn points through engagement on Twitter, converting them into crystal fragments for Portal tokens.

Portal Unveils Token Airdrop Plans, Crystal Dash Campaign
Portal Unveils Token Airdrop Plans, Crystal Dash Campaign

Portal utilizes a unified platform and token to bridge the divide between blockchain networks and cryptocurrency games. Moreover, we now understand when its token will be airdropped.

The Portal airdrop is scheduled for January, according to an announcement made on Monday by the project’s official Twitter account.

Until then, players must complete the Crystal Dash airdrop agricultural game. Users can then “convert their fragments into airdrops” to obtain Portal tokens.

Crystal Dash, a promotional campaign that debuted in late November, enables cryptocurrency users to accumulate points through engagement with and sharing of Portal-related content on Twitter.

Then, by converting points into crystal fragments, users can ultimately obtain their allotment of Portal tokens.

This campaign has infuriated crypto Twitter users due to the enormous resharing of Portal-related posts. Portal has stated that the most recent iteration of the campaign will restrict users to earning points for the “first like, quote/retweet, and a single comment on a Portal Power Post.” This modification appears to be an effort to reduce the volume of spam.

A crypto application or protocol may conduct an airdrop to reward early adopters with tokens, thereby contributing to the decentralization of governance.

As the cryptocurrency market has improved in recent weeks, notable token airdrops have increased, with protocols such as Jito and Pyth depositing hundreds of millions of dollars worth of tokens into users’ wallets.

Portal asserts that it is compatible with Solana and the Ethereum scaling network Polygon, among other blockchains; the token is constructed utilizing the interoperability protocol developed by LayerZero Labs.

Last week, the project conducted a presale for tokens on Solana and Ethereum, which generated nearly $10 million in the first fifteen minutes of activity in response to millions of transaction requests.

Recently, Portal initiated the disclosure of several important project participants. Jamie King, co-founder of Rockstar Games, is one of the project’s advisors, and recently discussed its intentions.

Keene occupies the same position at SuperDuper, the blockchain startup responsible for the Ethereum Creepz NFT initiative and the Overlord video game.

King, along with additional advisors and Portal team members, maintains ties to SuperDuper. Major talent agency WME verified last week that it has signed on to represent the Portal project.