ShieldEX Airdrop : 600 Winners will share 66,050 SLD Tokens ($10000)
Hello, welcome back to pinoffers. Today we will share a new airdrop that is ShieldEX Airdrop. Since This airdrop is hosting with coinmarketcap so don’t miss your rewards are assure here. you will get up to 110.08 SLD tokens if you win in this airdrop. total winners are 600 i.e total SLD tokens in this airdrop is 66,050.
Note – Never Pay Any amount for claiming airdrops & presales. Every airdrop is free.
600 Winners will share 66,050 SLD Tokens ($10000)
Come back after 5 July to see if you won on Coinmarketcap airdrop page
How To Participate in ShieldEX Airdrop ?
- Firstly Open Below Link To Participate
- Click here to participate in this airdrop
- then login/register on coinmarketcap to join airdrop
- now complete all the required airdrop tasks & submit details
- submit your ETH Wallet Address along with your telegram & twitter username.
- That’s it.
More About ShieldEX SLD Project :
A decentralized exchange for trading perpetual without position loss.
Shield devotes to developing a trustless, censorship-resistant and accessible protocol based on a fully non-cooperative game—the next generation of global derivative infrastructure.
Shield is building a one-of-a-find decentralized derivative exchange that trading risk-free perpetual contracts. Risk-free Perpetual Contract is an innovative financial product with infinite upside potential and limited downside risk, which has no delivery and only on Shield.
Risk-free perpetual contract is Shield’s answer to the existing limitations within the decentralized derivative ecosystem. It uses a combination of 0 position loss, a dual liquidity pool model, high leverages, a decentralized brokerage system, and external liquidators to counteract the existing limitations. This brand new perpetual product goes above and beyond the mentioned limitations in the current derivative products, in our capability to get to be a more competitive space and bring DeFi the next generation of global decentralized derivative infrastructure.
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