Mainframe did real physical airdrops of their tokens. They traveled all around the world (Hong Kong, Warsaw, Shanghai, Zug, Beijing, Paris, Tokyo, London, Seoul, Amsterdam, New York, Berlin) to meet their community. Believers and supporters showed up in droves. Lines were out the door, balloons fell out of the sky, they gave away $3 million, but most important of all, they were able to mobilize people physically and get supporters of freedom and privacy to meet each other. For true mainstream adoption of a protocol like that, this is what needed to happen.
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