Pioneering Projects Poised for Airdrops in 2024

In the year 2023, a wave of projects made headlines by airdropping substantial amounts of money to users. Notable projects like Arbitrum, Celestia, Jupiter, Jito, Namada, and Pyth Network were at the forefront. But what about potential projects expected to airdrop in 2024? Let’s dive into AZCoin News’s insights.

Projects with Airdrop Potential in 2024


LayerZero stands as a pivotal solution in the blockchain domain, facilitating interoperability among independent blockchains while maintaining decentralization, security, and independence from third-party reliance.

Recently, on December 8, 2023, LayerZero confirmed plans to launch its token in the first half of 2024. Thus, it’s highly probable that the project will conduct an airdrop during this period.


zkSync, a Layer-2 solution within the realm of zk-Rollups on Ethereum, developed by Matter Labs, has garnered immense support from major investors like a16z, OKX, Crypto.com, and more, raising over $458 million.

Having officially launched its mainnet in March 2023, zkSync boasts a comprehensive ecosystem with numerous quality projects. Users still have the opportunity to experience dApps within this ecosystem to potentially receive airdrops from zkSync in 2024.


Starknet, a Layer-2 solution on the Ethereum network using zk-Rollups technology, enables DApp developers to operate at scale while ensuring Ethereum-level security.

The Starknet Foundation, the entity supporting the development of Layer-2 Starknet, announced a snapshot for an airdrop on December 1, 2023. Consequently, there’s a high likelihood of this project airdropping tokens for user engagement in 2024.


Scroll, initially a Layer 2 project employing zk-Rollups to address Ethereum’s lingering issues of high transaction fees and slow transaction speeds, has transitioned towards developing zkEVM technology for full Ethereum compatibility.

Overall, Scroll aims for limitless scalability, ultra-fast confirmation times, comprehensive decentralization, and maximum security through its zk-Rollups platform and high-performance off-chain distributed system.


Linea introduces a zero-knowledge Ethereum Virtual Machine (zkEVM) Type 2, replicating the Ethereum environment in a Rollups format, enabling developers to build upon it akin to Ethereum. Consensys, the entity behind MetaMask, drives Linea’s development.


Wormhole, a cross-chain bridge protocol facilitating token and NFT transfers across different blockchains, aims to address two primary blockchain challenges: cross-chain token movement difficulties and lack of interoperability among dApps and smart contracts on different blockchains.

Recently completing a new funding round of $225 million, Wormhole has yet to announce its token issuance plans to the market.


EigenLayer pioneers the restaking model, resolving layered security issues. Restaking involves smart contracts allowing ETH stakers to reuse locked ETH to enhance security for other protocols.

EigenLayer will permit users to restake various assets starting December 18, paving the way for potential airdrops upon the project’s mainnet launch in H1 2024.


Xai, a Layer 3 solution tailored for the gaming industry developed by Offchain Labs based on Arbitrum’s Orbit suite, allows traditional gamers to own and trade valuable in-game items without using a crypto wallet.

With ongoing user participation in the testnet and token issuance planned for January 2023, the project displays considerable airdrop potential in the near future.


Aleo, an open-source decentralized blockchain platform using Zero-Knowledge Proof (ZKP) technology, focuses on user data privacy and security. The project provides tools and APIs for developers to build and deploy decentralized apps (dApps) on the Aleo blockchain.

In Testnet 3 Phase III, Aleo encourages developers to deploy dApps on its blockchain. The mainnet launch is slated for Q1 2024, possibly involving airdrops for testnet participants and node operators.


Blast, a Layer 2 blockchain project utilizing Optimistic Rollups and EVM compatibility, aims to provide interest for users holding ETH and stablecoins on the Ethereum network, a feat no other Layer 2 has achieved.

Scheduled for airdrop in May 2024, Blast invites users to stake assets like ETH, USDT, USDC, and DAI for potential airdrop rewards.

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