About Safe Airdrop
Safe Airdrop (previously Gnosis Safe) is a smart contract wallet running on a number of blockchains that requires a minimum number of people to approve a transaction before it can occur (M-of-N). If for example you have 3 main stakeholders in your business, you are able to set up the wallet to require approval from 2 out of 3 (2/3) or all 3 people before the transaction is sent. This assures that no single person could compromise the funds.
Safe (previously Gnosis Safe) is airdropping a total of 50,000,000 SAFE to early users of the platform. Users who had created safes by February 9th, 2022 are eligible to claim the airdrop. An additional pool of 15% of the total supply has been allocated to GNO holders.
|Token Name||Safe Airdrop|
|Total value||50,000 TRR|
|KYC||KYC Is Not Requirement|
|Whitepaper||Click Here To View|
|Collect Airdrop||Click Here To Collect Free Airdrop|
- Visit the Safe website.
- Connect your ETH wallet.
- Create a new safe or load an existing safe.
- Now read through some steps and set a governance delegate by choosing someone from the delegate list or setting a custom delegate.
- If you’re eligible then you will be able to claim free SAFE tokens.
- Users who had created safes by February 9th, 2022 are eligible to claim the airdrop.
- An additional pool of 15% of the total supply has been allocated to GNO holders.
- Only 50% of the total airdrop amount can be claimed now and the rest will be linearly available over the next 4 years.
- The claim will end on December 27th, 2022 at 12 PM CET after which the unclaimed tokens will be returned to the DAO treasury.
- For more information regarding the airdrop, see this article.
Access the most recent version of the Safe directly in your browser.
Download the Safe as a static desktop application for Windows, MacOS or Linux.
Conveniently manage your digital assets on-the-go.
Fully customize how you manage your company crypto assets, with the option to require a predefined number of signatures to confirm transactions. Require multiple team members to confirm every transaction in order to execute it, which helps prevent unauthorized access to company crypto.
Safe supports ETH, ERC20 (Tokens) and ERC721 (NFTs). You can also see the fiat values of your assets.
Use any wallet
Use your favorite wallet to sign transactions. No matter if it’s a mobile wallet, browser extension, or hardware wallet.
Bringing multisig security to DeFi, you can now put your funds to work directly from the Safe interface. Use your digital assets to invest, earn, borrow, invoice, do payroll and more.
Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
Safe is the most trusted multisig wallet and platform to store digital assets on ethereum and popular EVM chains for users, companies, funds, developers, DAOs and investors. This app is a companion app to the Safe Multisig web interface and desktop apps.
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