HashKey Debuts First Round of 10 Million HSK Airdrop

HashKey Group invites users to start claiming HSK on the Telegram-based game DejenDog.

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  • HashKey Group’s airdrop campaign has kicked off.
  • The company will distribute millions of its platform token HSK.
  • HSK is based on the ERC-20 standard.

HashKey Group announced Tuesday the launch of a community airdrop for its platform token, HSK.

Based on the ERC-20 standard, the HSK token is designed to offer holders various benefits, including transaction fee discounts, community rewards, cross-platform ecosystem collaboration, exclusive token pre-sale rights, and business growth activities on HashKey Global.


HashKey said last month that HSK will have a total supply of 1 billion tokens, with 65% allocated for ecosystem growth, 30% to the project’s team, and 5% to a reserve fund.

10 Million HSK Airdrop

According to the official statement, HashKey has rolled out the first distribution round of its 10 million HSK airdrop program ahead of the token’s listing in the third quarter of this year.

The Asia-based crypto financial services provider said users can access the exclusive airdrop and claim HSK via the Telegram bot DejenDog.

“Participants will randomly receive a base amount of Eligible HSK after logging into DejenDog,” the statement read. “To win additional Eligible HSK, participants can play a Tap-to-Earn "DejenDog" mini-game.”

DejenDog players can tap on the Husky-themed dog character inside the game to earn HIT points, which can be redeemed for more “eligible HSK” or used to access decentralized applications (DApps) on the HashKey Chain.


Per the statement, eligible HSK can be converted to HSK tokens “upon meeting specific conditions.”  

In June, HashKey said it has an offesting issuance mechanism to protect HSK token holders from dilution.

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