Blockchain candy: The blockchain project party aims to attract more users to join the early use and dissemination, rewarding tokens to early users, thus realizing the huge benefits brought by the network effect.
Reward form: Present the token issued by the official project.
Reward mechanism: You register an account, I send you coins, you invite friends to use, I will send you more coins.
Hidden dangers: A lot of scam coins, pyramid money, are also inviting friends to send coins, the more you send more, the more routines, but most of the projects require you to invest some money first.
What is airdrop? Airdrop refers to the process by which the project party delivers candy to your digital currency wallet. So, you need to get candy, you need to have a digital wallet.
Blockchain airdrops: Like candy, airdrops are also designed to attract more users to focus on their projects and realize the huge benefits of network effects. The airdrop project will select a point in time, and the snapshot records the distribution of the assets of a token at that time, and gives the token to the potential users proportionally.
But compared to candy, there are two differences between airdrops:
1. Airdrops are not for all potential users, but for a subset of potential users.
2. The number of tokens given is not constant, but is determined by the proportion of each user.
The number of tokens awarded to each person by airdrop is not the same. So if you have more coins, you will get more airdrop rewards.
Reward form: Give your own issued token to other project holders.
Reward mechanism: You have other coins, I send you my coins, the more you have, the more I send you.
Hidden danger: basically no. Because airdrops don't require you to pick up manually, or provide any personal information, when you drop the air, it will automatically appear in your exchange's wallet.