Base.org - Free Mint (‘Base, Introduced’ NFTs) Airdrop
Join the legacy of @BuildOnBase with Free NFT Mint of a special NFT commemorating the launch of Base. Limited to one (1) “Base, Introduced” NFT per address, you can Freely Mint on @OurZora until Sunday, February 26, 2023, at midnight EST. Become a part of Base history!
Holders of the NFT may also be eligible to receive a future Airdrop, according to rumors. Don't miss out on this opportunity to be a part of Base's Ethereum L2 journey. Best of Luck!
About Coinbase & Base.org
Base is an Ethereum L2 that offers a secure, low-cost, developer-friendly way for anyone, anywhere, to build decentralized Base apps. Their goal with Base is to make on-chain the next online and onboard 1B+ users into the crypto-economy. Seeded with @Coinbase products, users, and assets, they aim to make Base an open ecosystem for everyone. They do not plan to issue a new network token for Base and will use $ETH as the native gas token.
Coinbase is the world’s largest Bitcoin broker based in San Francisco. It was founded in June 2012 by Brian Armstrong and Fred Ehrsam. Besides Bitcoin brokerage, Coinbase offers a developer API, exchange, and wallet.How to join the Base.org - Free Mint Airdrop?
Requirements to earn free crypto coins
Step-by-Step Guide ''Claim your Base, Introduced NFT''
- Head to the Base, Introduced NFT Mint page, powered by ZORA.co.
- Connect your wallet & Click on "Mint - Free".
- Mint your “Base, Introduced” NFT. A small Mint fee + gas fee will apply in $ETH.
- Optional: Roles are special classifications given to and unlocked by users through Guild.xyz/BuildOnBase; they should only be discussed in #roles.
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Disclaimer: As with any investment, it is important for investors to thoroughly examine any product before depositing or investing their funds. When using decentralized applications (ÐApps), it is critical to remember that the security of your digital assets is solely your responsibility.