How to Mine CakeCore Token and Airdrop For Free

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How to Mine CakeCore Token and Airdrop For Free

If you’re looking to get your hands on some free CakeCore (CAKE) tokens, you’re in luck! The Core blockchain project is offering free distribution of 168 million tokens to pioneers. In this article, we’ll show you how to mine CakeCore tokens for free using the new mining app.

First, it’s important to understand that CakeCore is a token issued on the CORE Chain platform with a total supply of 2.1 billion tokens. You can verify this information on the Corechain website at Core Explorer.


To get started, you’ll need to visit the CakeCore website and register for an account. Use the referral code “Vandalsavage” to get started. Once you’ve registered, you’ll need to enter your email and create a password. Then, enter your personal details and your real ID card number to complete your account setup.

Now, you’re ready to claim your free tokens. Simply go to the “Airdrop” page and claim your 120 CAKE CORE tokens. You’ll also need to complete KYC Mast submission on the “Account” page to verify your identity.

Once you’ve claimed your tokens and completed the verification process, you’re ready to start mining. You can mine CakeCore tokens via your web browser or by using the mining app for Android users. However, it’s important to note that the CakeCore team prefers web browser mining, and you should not connect with the same MetaMask wallet that you used to hold CORE tokens.

To start mining, open the menu and go to the Airdrop page. You can start mining for every 24 hours with a basic rate of 5 CAKE per hour.

So there you have it – a step-by-step guide on how to mine CakeCore tokens for free using the new mining app. Don’t miss out on your chance to get some free CAKE and start mining today!

Disclaimer: The information provided in this post is for general informational purposes only and should not be considered professional or financial advice.

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