Kyte delivers valuable cryptocurrency airdrops directly to you or your community.
Airdrops vary wildly in estimated value, difficulty to enter and the amount of time involved to complete. This is where Kyte steps in. Kyte lists the steps required for you to claim your free airdrop tokens; simplifying the process and separating the good from the bad.
Alerts are fully automated, meaning you can be notified via your mobile or desktop if using the Kyte app, or via your Slack or Discord community. Alternatively, join us on Telegram.
Or if apps aren't your thing, you can use Kyte right here on our ChainLabs airdrops page.
For Slack & Discord, simply set up a channel for Kyte upon install and it will handle the rest for your group. All you need to do is sit back and wait for the airdrop instruction alerts to come through. Type ‘/kyte help’ after installing if you need further guidance.
You can filter between active, hot and expiring alerts on all platforms to make sure you don’t miss out on any of the juiciest entries.
Here are some tips for getting the best use out of Kyte:
- Create an account on bitcointalk.org
- Ensure you have an Ethereum wallet
- Create accounts on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Telegram
You are responsible for your own security when using Kyte. This includes financial, personal and any other form of security that may be necessary.
Please note, ‘Kyte’ from herein refers to the Kyte web app, mobile apps and any other platform it is made available on. It also includes all products made by (and/or existing on) ChainLabs.com.
Although our in-house team strive to only list legitimate projects, we cannot and will not be responsible for any issues or losses that could occur when using Kyte; including scams.
It is vital you always carry out your own due diligence; this includes, but is not limited to, researching each project that has an airdrop you wish to take part in.
Kyte is an aggregator service and provided free of charge. We do not provide airdrops, ICOs or any other service related to the issuing or distribution of coins in any way. We will never ask for donations, private keys or anything similar, so please never share these - even if it appears to be us asking for them, impersonation is a common scam tactic so remember to be alert and vigilant.