$SEI Giveaway: Claim $10,000 Worth Of SEI Tokens

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Hello everyone, and welcome to another blog article about cryptocurrency giveaways. In this blog article, I’ll tell you about a fresh giveaway event on Binance Exchange. Binance Exchange has listed $SEI for trading on their exchange and is currently organizing a giveaway event worth $10,000 to celebrate the SEI listing on Binance Exchange. This post will highlight the simple steps below to ensure you’re eligible for a chance to win from the pool of $10,000 worth of SEI tokens.

Giveaway Details

Below are the vital details of the SEI network giveaway event:

  • Giveaway ends: N/A
  • Giveaway amount: $10,000
  • Exchange: Binance

What is SEI Network?

The Cosmos SDK and Tendermint Core were used to develop the Level 1 blockchain known as Sei Network. A DeFi-focused business called Sei serves as a typical liquidity centre for decentralized apps. Due to its internal design, Sei is appropriate for trading protocols that utilize the order book. Sei’s goal is to increase the throughput and efficiency of DEX exchanges so they can compete with centralized exchanges.

How to participate in the SEI Giveaway?

To participate in the SEI network giveaway, there are three tasks currently ongoing from which you can earn SEI network tokens by following the instructions.


Social Media Task

  1. Repost the Binance tweet.
  2. Follow both @Binance and @SeiNetwork on Twitter.
  3. Stake your #BNB, $TUSD, or $FDUSD in the SEI Launchpool.
  4. Finish filling out the quiz form.

That’s it! You’re all set to take part.


There you have it, a detailed blog post on how to claim the SEI network giveaway. In case you have questions on this topic kindly drop your comments in the comment section and I will be glad to help you with it.



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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