Starknet Reopens STRK Airdrop Claims to Three User Groups

Three user groups that missed the first STRK airdrop to start claiming their tokens today.

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  • Starknet Foundation has reopened claims for STRK airdrop.
  • The foundation said select user groups will be able to claim STRK.
  • The groups couldn’t claim their airdrop earlier due to several reasons.

Starknet Foundation announced Wednesday that it is reopening STRK airdrop claims for three user groups that were “eligible for Round #1 of Starknet Provisions but had trouble claiming.”

The foundation conducted a massive STRK airdrop in February, distributing over 700 million tokens to nearly 1.3 million addresses. However, the three user groups could not claim their share of the airdrop for several reasons, including mislabeling assets on chains like LidoFinance and RocketPool.

Eligible Recipients to Claim STRK Airdrop

According to an announcement dated April 24, eligible recipients in three distinct sub-categories will be able to claim their STRK tokens directly through the Provisions portal “in the coming hours.”


This group includes pooled stakers via LidoFinance, RocketPool, BloxStaking, SharedStake, Consensys, and ArkStaking, as well as Starknet users who were mistakenly identified as users of a game called “VeVe,” which operates on top of Immutable.

While some VeVe users are also eligible to claim the airdrop, the Starknet Foundation said that discussions regarding token distribution among the group are underway, and further updates will be provided.

The foundation further clarified that Immutable users, stakers, and dYdX users could face delays when claiming their STRK airdrop.


“Please note there will be several hours during which Immutable users, stakers and dYdX users will be unable to claim through the portal due to the migration of the relevant eligible recipients to the new smart contract. This is necessary to enable their claims.” The announcement read.

In the meantime, the foundation urged users to “stay tuned” for more updates on the matter via X (Twitter).

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