Cryptocurrency wallet provider Blockchain.com has just launched full support for Stellar (XLM), which will be followed by an airdrop of $125 million worth of XLM to its user base, the company announced in a blog post on November 6, 2018.
Stellar Lumens becomes the first partner for Blockchain’s airdrop program due to its “active and growing ecosystem” that “built for scalability”
The company will distribute $125 million in Stellar lumens (XLM), nearly half a billion tokens, to Blockchain wallet holders who sign up for the airdrop. The first batch of recipients will see their tokens arrive within the week.
The total amount of coins to being airdropped to each user has not been confirmed with the airdrop set to commence from as soon as next week. The airdrop is accessible to anyone with a Blockchain wallet, you can sign up for the airdrop here.
Stellar’s vision to create a system that widely distributes Lumen to a worldwide audience is fast becoming a reality as its network will be made pronounced to Blockchain’s 30 million account users.
As part of the airdrop, Blockchain is looking to partner with several additional enterprises including the non-profit fundraising software Network for Good, Stanford’s emerging tech initiative and the online computer science education system Code.org. Blockchain says it will release the details of these partnerships in the coming weeks.