nOS has announced an airdrop of up to 200,000 NOS tokens to nOS.app users who have obtained a Holding Score. The amount of tokens included in the distribution pool is dependent on the number of votes cast during The Vote for Your Coin campaign is currently underway on the BitMart exchange.
The Vote for Your Coin campaign allows participants to vote for tokens they would like to be listed on the BitMart exchange. Participants have until January 29th, 2019 to cast votes for nOS.
To receive a Holding Score, nOS.app users must maintain a balance of at least 1,000 NOS. A user’s Holding Score will determine access to certain features and benefits such as voting rights, eligibility for certain promotions and partner campaigns, and income from any future platform fees.
Users can register for nOS.app using their NEO address at the following link:
How to vote to list NOS on BitMart
In order to vote, participants will need to register on the BitMart exchange using the invite code “Vote6.” Individuals can place one free vote every hour. New registrants will be credited with 100 BMX tokens which can be used to place additional votes at a cost of 1 BMX per vote.
Votes can be placed at visit the Sixth Round voting page (https://www.bitmart.com/vote/en) by using the “Vote” button on the right hand of the screen.
Voting ends at 10:00 am (UTC -5) on Wednesday, January 30th, 2019.
Note: Free BMX tokens will remain locked in the participant’s exchange account until they have traded the equivalent of 0.05 BTC.
BitMart is a centralized exchange that launched in 2017 and is headquartered in the Cayman Islands. The exchange states it has branch offices in the United States, China, and South Korea. Currently, BitMart only offers crypto-to-crypto and utility token trading. In the future, the exchange aims to offer future contract trading, over-the-counter trading, whole-network trading, and decentralized trading.
At the time of writing, BitMart is ranked #13 in 24-hour trading volume, with US $227,915,986 in volume, and offers over 115 trading pairs. On its website, the exchange claims to have over 500,000 customers in more than 180 countries.