Officials of a certain altcoin sparked rumors on Twitter about potential airdrops for users.
Injective Protocol (INJ), a blockchain designed for financial purposes, hinted at the possibility of an airdrop for users who create an Injective wallet address.
Through their official Twitter account, the project suggested that it would be beneficial for users to create a mainnet wallet address by connecting their existing wallets to a decentralized application (dApp) built on Injective or Injective Hub.
The developers said in a statement on Twitter:
It’s suggested to consider creating an Injective wallet address.
To do this, you can connect your current wallet to a decentralized application (dApp) built on Injective or the Injective Hub, which will enable you to generate a mainnet wallet address.
Who knows, there might be an exciting surprise waiting for you!
(Source: Injective 🥷 (@Injective_) May 13, 2023)
The tweet also mentioned that the surprise for Injective wallet users could be unexpected, leading to speculation within the community about a possible upcoming airdrop.
Injective Protocol is recognized for its creative and versatile decentralized finance (DeFi) applications. These include decentralized exchanges for spot and derivatives trading, prediction markets, loan protocols, and more.
Injective Protocol is supported by its own cryptocurrency called INJ. INJ is utilized for tasks like managing the protocol, staking, supporting developers, and safeguarding the value of decentralized applications (dApps). According to CoinMarketCap, INJ has a market capitalization of around $500 million and is listed on well-known exchanges like Binance.