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EXFI Airdrop, Bitrue or Ledger Nano?


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With the exfi snapshot just over a week away, I'm trying to determine where would be best for SGB. Bitrue have said they're supporting the Airdrop, but the formula they will use is:

 

"Amount received = Amount of SGB owned at snapshot time / Total SGB held by Bitrue at snapshot time * Total EXFI received by Bitrue in the airdrop"

 

Is this likely to more or less, than the circa. 1:235 exfi that you'd get if you had SGB on a nano? It seems a confusing way of doing it, why not just use the same ratio as the drop, or if Bitrue wants a fee for handling it (which is reasonable) - just make it that? Interested on your ideas with this.

 

 

 

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36 minutes ago, gavva1 said:

With the exfi snapshot just over a week away, I'm trying to determine where would be best for SGB. Bitrue have said they're supporting the Airdrop, but the formula they will use is:

 

"Amount received = Amount of SGB owned at snapshot time / Total SGB held by Bitrue at snapshot time * Total EXFI received by Bitrue in the airdrop"

 

Is this likely to more or less, than the circa. 1:235 exfi that you'd get if you had SGB on a nano? It seems a confusing way of doing it, why not just use the same ratio as the drop, or if Bitrue wants a fee for handling it (which is reasonable) - just make it that? Interested on your ideas with this.

 

 

 

The EXFI Airdrop goes where your SGB is.
Mine are in the Bifrost wallet. And am satisfied with it.
235 SGB: 1 EXFI is the ratio of the airdrop. No matter where they are.

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5 hours ago, gavva1 said:

"The EXFI Airdrop goes where your SGB is." - I'm questioning what the Bitrue rule might mean, they aren't saying you'll get 1 ExFi per 235 SGB, they're using the formula I mentioned above.


I know nothing of Bitrue or it’s plans but looking at that formula it seems to me to be an oddly formed way of saying that they will pro-rata your portion from the total they receive.

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