Solana Saga, a smartphone launched a few months ago, has seen significant demand in recent weeks following a series of token airdrops. The team behind Saga now says the gadget is sold out. Did you manage to grab the smartphone before selling out? If so, these are the current and upcoming airdrops you can claim.
BONK developers promised Solana Saga owners 30 million tokens a few weeks ago. Due to the meme coin’s low value at the time, the demand for the smartphone did not surge until recently, when BONK’s price began rising. As of this writing, the 30 million BONK tokens in each Saga are worth more than the smartphone, which was going for $600. Data from CoinGecko shows the tokens are worth $1,025.
Access Protocol, a content monetization platform, jumped in on the Solana Saga airdrop frenzy on Monday. The crypto project announced that it would distribute 100,000 ACS to each owner of the smartphone. The airdrop has given Access Protocol massive exposure, leading to a significant increase in the price of its native token. At the time of publishing, the ACS airdrop to Solana Saga owners was valued at $375.
Honeyland, a Web3 game running on Solana, is offering Saga owners 50 HXD and access to “Beemium,” a premium upgrade of the game that costs players $30. But it is worth mentioning that the HXD tokens do not have much value like other airdropped tokens. According to CoinGecko’s data, the 50 HXD tokens are worth roughly $5.50. However, the free access to Beemium gives Saga owners the chance to collect more rewards by playing Honeyland.
Samoyedcoin, another meme coin on the Solana blockchain, has announced plans to airdrop some SAMO tokens to Saga owners. However, Samoyedcoin developers have not revealed when they will conduct the airdrop or the amount of SAMO tokens each Solana Saga owner will receive. Following the announcement, SAMO’s price is up 52% over the past seven days.
Popular Solana-based lending platform Solend is set to carry out its airdrop for owners of the Saga smartphone. However, since its creator, Rooter, announced the token airdrop on X earlier this week, no other details have been released. Nonetheless, SLND has surged 26% this week in reaction to the airdrop announcement. Besides distributing tokens to Saga owners, Solend revealed that there will be another airdrop for the protocol’s users.
Earning SHDW Tokens
Decentralized storage protocol for Web3 developers, ShdwDrive, has announced that it will allow anyone owning Saga to mine the project’s native token SHDW via an app called Auditor Node to earn passively. ShdwDrive said the app will be available for download soon.
US-based Saga owners can now use Helium network’s 5G wireless service, Helium Mobile, for free over the next five months. This service usually goes for $20 per month.
Stake for ELE
All Saga smartphones have an NFT titled Genesis. Now, instead of letting it sit idle, the upcoming Web3 game on Solana, Elemeneterra, is giving Saga owners a chance to stake it in exchange for ELE tokens. The game is set to launch next month.
Genopets, a move-to-earn game on Solana, has announced that each Saga owner will receive a “Saga Phone Toy” after downloading the game’s mobile app. According to Genopets, the toy comes with several exclusive benefits for holders.
Call of Saga
The first 2,000 owners of the Saga were lucky enough to receive the Call of Saga NFTs. Those who have held their NFTs until today can sell them for $2,040 each. That’s more than three times the cost of the Solana Saga smartphone.
Magic Eden’s Magic Box
Magic Eden, a popular Solana-based NFT marketplace, offered each of the first 5,000 Saga owners a “Magic Box” with 25 USDC in it.
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