Mainnet Guide - Arbitrum Odyssey Week 1
You can now check the status of previous airdrops using the link https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1agcpqrYDJg0cX12jC7nrtrbC20aZxweub0M6fBUVPUI/edit?usp=sharing.
TLDR: Mainnet, No Minimum, Potential Airdrop
Arbitrum (Twitter : https://twitter.com/arbitrum) is an Ethereum Layer 2 scaling solution.
They are starting their Arbitrum Odyssey event which will last for 8 weeks. Users will be able to claim NFTs for completion of every task (~2 tasks per week). If a user collects at least 13 of the 16 NFTs throughout the 8 weeks, they will receive a final NFT indicating the completion of their journey into the Arbi-verse. Read here for details.
Holding these NFTs may mean receiving the Arbitrum token airdrop down the road.
The first week of Arbitrum Odyssey is the bridge week. The bridge week has begun and will end at June 27th, 12:59pm EST.
By using any of the bridges below to move ETH into Arbitrum at least once, you’ll be able to claim the first NFT at https://galaxy.eco/arbitrum/ after the week ends.
You will get a bonus NFT if you used the bridge with highest volume of ETH bridged by the end of the week.
Read here for details.
Bridging $ETH from any chain to Arbitrum will get you the first NFT.
You might want to use these bridges for the event as they don’t have a token yet.
They are also offering rewards for anyone who bridges with them.
There’s a bonus NFT if you used the bridge with the highest volume of ETH bridged by the end of the week.
Here’s a very useful tool to track bridge usage.
As the bridge week is a very special situation, you probably should check this dashboard near the end of week and see who’s leading in volume. If we simply reference from past data before the bridge week, it appears that Multichain had the most volume.
They are also offering 0% cross-chain fee for ETH transfer to Arbitrum.
That’s all for the guide. Ask at Arbitrum Discord if you have any questions.