Get ready for the motherload…
The Stellar Development Foundation – creator of the XLM cryptocurrency – announced earlier this week that they are gearing up for the biggest airdrop in crypto history.
The airdrop will total $125 million worth of Steller Lumens (XLM), which will be released to Blockchain Wallet users.
The airdrop will be released in batches, with the first arriving this week. Newcomers to Blockchain Wallet will receive $25 worth of XLM, and the rest of the airdrop will be given away to new and pre-existing walleters. The specific amount of each

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