Lookonchain’s latest report reveals that potential airdrop participants received a total of 1,432,800 STRK tokens, equivalent to roughly $3 million. These tokens were distributed across 1,361 wallets. Notably, after receiving the airdrop, all 1,361 wallets transferred their tokens to the address 0x027c…719078.
In an exclusive interview with Decrypt, Starkware co-founder Eli Ben-Sasson allays fears surrounding the imminent unlocking of over 1.3 billion STRK tokens, valued at more than $2.15 billion, set for April. Ben-Sasson asserts confidence in the community’s resilience, emphasizing the team’s unwavering dedication to driving the development of Starknet. With a focus on long-term objectives over short-term price fluctuations, Starkware reaffirms its commitment to advancing blockchain technology and fostering a robust ecosystem.
Excitement hangs heavy in the air for both Starknet users and developers as the Starknet Foundation prepares to airdrop over 700 million STRK tokens on February 20th. This massive distribution aims to reward nearly 1.3 million wallets that have contributed to the growth and development of the Starknet ecosystem in various ways.
Voyager, the official blockchain explorer, released a data dashboard dedicated to the STRK airdrop. This strongly suggests the much-anticipated distribution of StarkNet’s native token is on the horizon.
Jupiter co-founder Meow responded to community concerns regarding the large-scale public sale of tokens by the team on their listing day. He clarified several key points: