Azuro Airdrop is a global decentralized betting protocol, delivering a classic betting experience for multiple front-ends via vivid liquidity pools, odds imported via oracles & NFTs powering secondary markets. They envision Azuro becoming the widely used decentralized infrastructure on which future betting apps (or as they call them “front-ends”) will rely.
Azuro is airdropping a total of “at least” 6,000 USDT + 6,000 AZUR + NFTs to users who participate in their testnet. In the betting contest (which they kick-off the testnet with) you will compete for prizes like 1,000 USDT + 1,500 AZUR and many NFTs.
Join their Telegram group and Telegram channel. (Optional)
Follow them on Twitter.
Submit your details to the bot.
Now visit the Azuro contest page.
Connect your Metamask wallet and change the Ethereum network to Rinkeby test network.
Get some test ETH from here.
Now go to the Events page and click on “Claim 100 USDT”.
You will get 100 USDT test tokens. You can claim 100 USDT every day.
Now make at least 15 bets on the events page.
Short DesTop 10 participants on the leaderboard will win up to 1,000 USDT + 1,500 AZUR. cription
Short DescriptionThe remaining participants will equally share a prize pool of 1,000 USDT + 1,500 AZUR.
All participants will also get different NFTs based on their rank on the leaderboard and maybe more.
Also refer your friends to get a share from a pool of 2,000 USDT.
For more information regarding the airdrop, see this Medium article and for the step-by-step participation guide see this Medium article.
How does betting on Azuro work?
Users can pick from the available events and betting options (also referred to as “markets”). Azuro Airdrop initial odds for each market are determined by importing (via oracles) and averaging odds from 20 reputable betting operators, but then change as more bets for each outcome of a particular event are placed. The odds are fixed at the time of placing the bet (therefore providing the user with clear risk/reward visibility on their bet) and are presented in a traditional format. Once a bet is placed it is locked in the smart contract, which will request a result from the data importing oracles, and depending on the result and the bet, the user will or will not receive a green light from the smart contract to claim their payout in the respective amount.
Global Decentralized Betting Protocol
Azuro Airdrop Classic betting experience for multiple front-ends via vivid liquidity pools, odds imported via oracles & NFTs powering secondary markets.
Azuro is the decentralized infrastructure needed to increase transparency, efficiency, responsibility and fairness, and share more value with more participants in betting, globally.
Each bet made within Azuro is a NFT. This allows for secondary markets (bet cash-out, markets for memorable bets as collectibles) and engaging gamification.
The Azuro Airdrop token will unlock benefits for bettors, reward liquidity providers and token holders, plus fuel the workings of the DAO.
Azuro Protocol is an open source public-domain software including a set of smart contracts, written in Solidity that can be deployed on the Ethereum Blockchain, and/or other blockchains. Azuro is in Testnet and no real money, cryptocurrencies or assets can be or will be used for betting. Using the Azuro Testnet and participating in any of the campaigns or promotions on the Azuro Testnet is only possible with test USDT tokens available in the Rinkeby Test Network. There is no option or possibility for participants to use any other form of tokens or assets on the Azuro Testnet, therefore, there is no way for real money or assets to be used for the purpose of betting, or for winning any reward.
While they developed most of the source code for the Azuro protocol and may continue to research and support fair, transparent decentralized betting via the Azuro Protocol, the Azuro Team does not provide, own, or control the Azuro Protocol, which is entirely governed by smart contracts. The Azuro Team does not take custody of user funds, nor do they extract any profits.
Azuro Airdrop Protocol updates, upgrades and modifications are run by the community of the holders of the Azuro governance token. No organization or developer involved in the creation of the Azuro protocol will be held liable for any claim or loss arising from use, inability to use, or interactions with other users of the Azuro protocol, including any direct, indirect, incidental, ad hoc, exemplary, punitive or consequential damages or lost profits, cryptocurrencies, tokens or any other valuable asset. You are solely liable for any and all risk associated with your use of the Azuro Protocol.
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