Optimism Airdrop is a Layer 2 scaling solution for Ethereum that can support all of Ethereum’s Dapps. Instead of running all computation and data on the Ethereum network, They puts all transaction data on-chain and runs computation off-chain, increasing Ethereum’s transactions per second and decreasing transaction fees.
As already guessed in retroactive airdrop overview, Optimism has announced the launch of their governance token “OP” and confirmed to airdrop 19% of the total supply to early and future Optimism users. Optimism Users, Repeat They Users, DAO Voters, Multisig Signers, Gitcoin Donors and Users Priced Out of Ethereum by the snapshot date are eligible to claim the airdrop. The snapshot of the addresses was taken on March 25th, 2022 at 0:00 UTC.
Visit the Optimism airdrop eligibility checker page.
Scroll down to the airdrop section.
Connect your ETH wallet or enter your ETH address.
If you’re eligible, then the eligible amount will be displayed.
The snapshot of the addresses was taken on March 25th, 2022 at 0:00 UTC.
Eligible users are: Optimism Users: Users who’ve bridged to Optimism from L1 during the early phases of mainnet (before Jun 23, 2021), or used Optimism for more than 1 day (at least 24 hours between their first and last transaction) and made a transaction using an app (after to Jun 23, 2021). Repeat Optimism Users: Users who’re already eligible for the airdrop as “Optimism Users” and made at least 1 transaction with an Optimism application across four distinct weeks. DAO Voters: Address has either voted on or authored at least one proposal on-chain, or at least two on Snapshot (off-chain). Multi-Sig Signers: Address is a current signer on a Multi-Sig which has executed at least 10 transactions all-time. Multisig Wallets Include Gnosis Safe v0.1.0-1.3.0, MultiSigWithDailyLimit, MultiSigWalletWithTimeLock, and addresses in Etherscan’s ‘Multisig’ label which had a function to get owner addresses. Gitcoin Donors: Address has made an on-chain donation through Gitcoin. This includes any donation, regardless of if it was during a matching round. Users Priced Out of Ethereum: Address bridged to another chain, but still made an app transaction on Ethereum each month after they bridged, and transacted at an average rate of at least 2 per week since then. Bridges included top L1s by TVL: Terra, BSC, Fantom, Avalanche, Solana, Polygon; and general-purpose L2s: Arbtirum, Optimism, Metis, Boba.
Open source, secure, permissionless, and decentralized.
That’s what a blockchain needs to survive. Very few of them check all these boxes. Ethereum is one of them. A strong foundation determines the long-term success of any endeavor. Join a thriving digital metropolis of decentralized applications that’s here to stay.
The L2 with the best UX and DevX, hands down.
Optimism Airdrop addresses the practical needs of developers and users. It works great now, and it’s only getting better.
Simple and elegant
As few lines of code as possible separate Optimism from Ethereum’s battle-tested infrastructure. Build your app on the L2 that doesn’t quit.
Click and deploy
Optimism is equivalent with the Ethereum Virtual Machine, not just compatible. This means all Ethereum apps and tooling just work.
A community of builders
Hop in the Discord and get all the technical support you need from the Optimism Support Nerds or find teammates for your next big project.
Introducing the Optimism Collective
Optimism Airdrop announcing a new type of community designed to reward public goods and build a sustainable future for Ethereum. But they often go underfunded when incentives aren’t properly aligned, forcing many to make trade-offs between earning a profit and building for the public good.
These guides provide integration guidelines for specific topics. They are intended as one stop shops, and should have all the relevant information you need for completing a specific type of integration, from network information and tutorials to tips and tricks. We’re aiming to maintain guides for many of the common interactions that developers might have with Optimism. For example, we have guides for adding Optimism support to a wallet or a CEX. We also have guides for getting your token onto the standard bridge or even writing your own custom bridge.
Connecting to Optimism
You connect to Optimism the same way you do to Ethereum, by connecting to a JSON RPC endpoint. However, the currently supported fork for Optimism is Berlin (opens new window), not London (opens new window), so EIP-1559 transactions are not supported yet.
Optimism is built according to a strong design philosophy that stands on four main pillars: simplicity, pragmatism, sustainability, and, of course, optimism. It’s important to understand these pillars as they heavily influence the design of Optimism as a whole.
Optimism Airdrop is designed to be as simple as possible for the featureset it provides. Ideally, Optimism should be composed of the minimum number of moving parts required for a secure, scalable, and flexible L2 system. This simplicity gives Optimism’s design a number of significant advantages over other more complex L2 constructions.
Simplicity reduces engineering overhead, which in turn means we can spend our time working on new features instead of re-creating existing ones. Optimism prefers to use existing battle-tested Ethereum code and infrastructure where possible. The most visible example of this philosophy in practice is the choice to use Geth as Optimism’s client software.
When dealing with critical infrastructure, simplicity is also security. Every line of code we write is an opportunity to introduce unintentional bugs. A simple protocol means there’s less code to write and, as a result, less surface area for potential mistakes. A clean and minimal codebase is also more accessible to external contributors and auditors. All of this serves to maximize the security and correctness of the Optimism protocol.
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