Discover whether DEC Tribaldex Diesel Pools count for the SPS airdrop and whether they’re doubled.
Have you stumbled across this blog after asking do Diesel Pools count for SPS airdrop?
Maybe you're looking for answers on whether your SPS points are doubled simply for adding DEC to a liquidity pool?
If so, then this is your lucky day.
We go over which Tribaldex Diesel Pools count for the SPS airdrop and address the rumour that says your SPS airdrop points are doubled in an LP.
Let's dive straight in.
Do DEC Tribaldex Diesel Pools count for the SPS airdrop?
There’s no doubt that the most efficient way to get SPS airdrop points is still via holding Splinterlands DEC.
But if you pool your DEC in a DeFi liquidity pool on Hive, do they still count?
Yes, DEC added to Tribaldex Diesel Pools still count for the SPS airdrop.
Hive Tribaldex Liquidity Pools
The DEC Tribaldex Liquidity pools that count for the SPS airdrop are:
If you pool your DEC in any of these pools, then you will still earn SPS airdrop points on top of any LP rewards available.
Which other DEC Liquidity Pools count for the SPS airdrop?
As well as the Tribaldex Diesel Pools on Hive, there are a number of external DeFi options that are available.
The most popular alternative of course being the pools found on BSC such as our very own Cub Finance.
Binance Smart Chain
The following DEC liquidity pools also count for the SPS airdrop on BSC:
- Cub Finance: DEC:BUSD
- PancakeSwap: DEC:BUSD
Finally, if you’re okay with paying high gas fees, the following Ethereum based DEC liquidity pools also count for the SPS airdrop:
- UniSwap: DEC:DAI
Does putting my DEC in an LP double my SPS airdrop?
The rumour that says your SPS airdrop points are doubled in an LP is a funny one.
The short answer is no, it does not actually double your points.
When you go to the SPS management page and view your airdrop points, you might be shocked to see that your DEC under the Liquidity Pools section is actually twice as much as you put in
But what’s happening, is that the other side of your LP also counts.
So if you’re in the SWAP.HIVE:DEC Tribaldex Diesel Pool, then the SWAP.HIVE side counts.
This is why it looks like your SPS airdrop points are doubled in an LP, but you’re not actually getting anything for free.
By selling half your DEC for SWAP.HIVE in order to add to the pool, or simply by adding external SWAP.HIVE to match, you’re still paying for it.
Best of probabilities to you.
Direct from the desk of Dane Williams.
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