The road to Flare’s much-anticipated airdrop to XRP holders is in its home stretch, according to the company’s chief executive.
Hugo Philion, CEO and co-founder of Flare, says on Twitter the company is working to upgrade their Songbird network before the airdrop of Spark (FLR) tokens.
“For all those asking where their FLR is. We are upgrading Songbird, before the end of March 2022, with the final two protocols required before Flare launch. This will then allow us to proceed to Flare launch. A full roadmap to Flare launch will be released in the coming weeks.”
When Flare launches, the company says that each eligible holder will immediately receive 15% of their claimable Spark tokens, and then claim an average of 3% per month, carrying on for a minimum of 25 months and a maximum of 34 months.
Philion says Flare is communicating with top exchanges about the upcoming airdrop.
“With regards to exchange distribution of the FLR token, we have reached out to the largest exchanges to get full definition on what they require in order to distribute the token so that Flare meets those requirements.”