... but it was still in my draft folder and I like the thumbnail as well as the token.
CoinMarketCap has supported several airdrops: LUNA, KAVA, BAND, HNT, OXT, SAND GRT and, yes, also 1inch. But it's over.
At the moment there is only CKB Rewards.
The principle is always the same: Watch some videos (though in general not all questions can be answered with information from the videos) - take the quiz - wait till the campaign ends and get the rewards to your binance spot wallet 2 weeks afterwards.
What you need:
x) a binance account and your Binance User ID (how to find it)
Important: You have to have completed the KYC-verification before rewards can be sent.
x) an account of coinmarketcap (only email adress required)
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Unlike other earn programs you are allowed to take the quiz only once - in total, per Binance account and per coinmarketcap account. So please be careful while filling out the questions.
Here are the lessons: https://coinmarketcap.com/earn/project/1inch
The quiz expired allready, but if you are interested - these were the questions:
The answers are
1.) What is the total supply of 1inch tokens?
2.) What is the name '1inch' inspired by?
--> Oriental martial arts
3.) A prototype of the 1inch DEX aggregator was created in just 18 hours during
--> ETHGlobal Hackaton in New York
4.) Sergei Kunz, 1inch co-founder and CEO, used to be responsible for software development at
5.) Currently, 1inch supports most of the well-known protocols, precisely
6.) Which of these characters invited 1inch to the "Three Comma Club" for hitting 1,000,000,000 USD in volumes for the first time
--> Russ Hanneman
7.) Recently, 1inch unveiled a major upgrade of its functionality that was based on an improved algorithm named
8.) A unicorn is 1inch’s totem animal, and the first mention of those mythical creatures dates back to
--> I took: Ancient India, following Wikipedia: Indus valley culture used seals with unicorns.
Anyhow - I didn't get any rewards till now, maybe (8) was wrong.
Sorry that I was late, still all the best trades!