One of the greatest things that happened to me this year was benefiting from the Arb airdrop. It was a cool $2000 bucks towards fulfilling my retirement fund target.
So, I have been on the hunt for other airdrops. One possible airdrop on my radar is Owlto Finance. My optimism is fueled when 3 people on the Reddit sub I patronized confirmed the possibility of the Owlto Finance airdrop. Please don’t take their words as financial advice though. I forgot to take a screenshot, but another user said that Owlto Finance confirmed its token on its Discord channel. I certainly hope that it’s true!
So what is Owlto Finance, I hear you ask? It is a decentralized cross-rollup bridge for transferring ETH native assets. According to https://www.alchemy.com/dapps/owlto-finance, it supports these networks: Owlto supports cross-rollup transfers (e.g. ETH, USDC, USDT, and DAI) between Ethereum,opbnb, zkSync, zetachian, Optimism, Polygon, BNB Chain, manta, Arbitrum One, Arbitrum Nova, , Polygon zkEVM,Polygon, Linea, Mantle, Base, and StarkNet networks. Notably, there aren’t many bridges supporting the StarkNet network at the moment, like Orbiter and LayerSwap.
Using Owlto Finance is easy. I just needed to connect my MetaMask wallet to this website. I swapped my ETH Arb to starknet.
The process was instantaneous. My ETH Mainnet arrived at my MetaMask within minutes. Just don’t forget to use revoke.cash. When you use a DEX, you also give it permission to spend your tokens and NFTs.
Some hackers may hack the DEX and exploit your smart contracts to take away all your assets. So, Revoke.cash helps you to revoke access to your wallet.
Unfortunately, I don’t know how many times you must use Owlto Finance in order to qualify for its airdrop. I just do the best I can and leave the rest to God.
And another tip: If you bridge USDC from Nova to One, you’ll get USDC.e (bridged USDC, a different token contract). If that happens to you, USCD.e is supported on Coinbase.