Difference Between Airdrop Vs Bounty?
An airdrop is a method by which cryptocurrency tokens are distributed to people – It started as something that happens to distribute coins during a hard fork event, i.e., when Bitcoin Cash tried to hard fork Bitcoin the Bitcoin Cash dev team issued a number of coins equal to the current Bitcoin holdings every Bitcoin address owner had, seemingly produced out of “thin air”, hence “airdrop”. This distribution method has spread to be used by new coin developers who can’t generate enough interest in their ICO…so they give their coins away for free.
A bounty is an employment opportunity – You sign up for a bounty campaign to market a new coin or initial coin offering (ICO) event. You participate in the bounty campaign by providing an advertisement linked to a forum post or tweet. At some point, you get paid for this work.