Terran, the up-and-coming NFT platform and marketplace, has announced on Twitter that its 50,000 Terran Coin airdrop event will go live on September 2.
According to the post on Terran’s official website, users will be able to enter the giveaway of 50,000 Terran Coins (TRR) by following the simple steps laid by the blockchain platform.
The requirements provided include joining Terran Coin’s Telegram community and other social media accounts, as well as engaging with Terran’s social media posts by liking, retweeting, and replying to their pinned tweet, and tagging three friends. As detailed on the Terran website, users who participate in the airdrop will likely be able to win 5 TRR.
Terran, though relatively new in origin, boasts notable features, such as an eco-friendly and energy-efficient blockchain, being able to mint NFTs from images or videos, Dual Delegated Proof-of-Stake (DDPoS) consensus, and 300,000 transactions per second. Terran Coin (TRR) is the native cryptocurrency and utility asset of the Terran ecosystem.
Terran’s NFT minting platform works on its own blockchain and protocol that bolsters user-friendliness and efficiency. The minting platform allows users to kickstart their NFT business journey in hassle-free ways.
The blockchain used for Terran’s minting platform is called ‘Terran Chain’, and it employs a patented Dual Delegated Proof-of-Stake (DDPoS) consensus protocol. Terran also features its own NFT Marketplace. Through these three parts of the platform, users can mint any digital asset they wish for such as pictures, music, videos, video games, memes, GIFs, etc.
Terran aims to spread awareness about the concept of NFTs as businesses. Additionally, Terran seeks to lower the barrier to entering the world of NFTs by creating an NFT minting platform and marketplace that will be most efficient and accessible for users.
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