By concentrating on its developer community, Kalima Blockchain is offering a Developer Airdrop to quicken the already rapid expansion of its ecosystem. For a chance to get prizes in Kalima’s native token, the KLX, participants will be required to develop useful decentralized applications (dApps) housed on the Kalima Blockchain.
400 million KLX, or €100 000, are included in the developer reward token pool for the developer airdrop. On the basis of the accomplishments of the top five (5) competitors, the tokens will be distributed proportionately.
- 1st place : €35 000 KLX
- 2nd place : €25 000 KLX
- 3rd place : €20 000 KLX
- 4th place : €10 000 KLX
- 5th place : €10 000 KLX
Participants must first complete the registration form, which is accessible on the Kalima website at www.kalima.io, in order to take part in the Kalima developer Airdrop. They will then get through email all of the directions and procedures to follow in order to take part in the competition.
This article on Kalima’s Medium page outlines all the procedures for taking part in the airdrop. The competition will be updated on Kalima’s social media pages and through its communication channels, so it’s critical to follow Kalima online and stay on top of the news.
This occurs as Kalima gears up for the February 2nd 2023 debut of its native token, the KLX, on the BitMart Exchange.
Being a part of the first Kalima Developer Airdrop
The total prize pool justifies participation. Even while the winner has a great incentive, those who place near to them will also receive just compensation for their efforts. To be eligible to win, developers must create software programs and decentralized applications (dApps) on the Kalima blockchain and assess their usability.
These protocols have to be in line with the Developer Airdrop’s overarching objectives. By leveraging Kalima as the second layer for Tezos or the Lightning Network, developers will be able to create embedded blockchain projects or multichain projects. Builders may, for instance, design clever indoor air quality reward programs or programs that support sustainable activities like carbon measurement, tracking, and certification.
The following subjects are available for participants to base their projects on:
- Embedded blockchain project
- Multichain using Kalima as second layer for Tezos or Lightning Network
- Micro Payments
- Smart rewarding systems (e.g., Indoor air quality Smart Rewarding)
- Auditable Data (i.e., carbon tracking)
- Physical NFTs
The Kalima Blockchain Community is being built
In the competition to become the best Blockchain for IoT (BIoT) network, Kalima offers unrivaled versatility and independence as a low-cost, fast, and scalable challenger to other Enterprise Blockchain projects. Its high degree of composability is an advantage to both novice and experienced developers, as the Kalima API is available in a variety of programming languages.
Building dApps and on the ecosystem will be a natural process, backed by the Kalima foundation, whether it is for enterprises as a whole or for builders desiring to benefit from the Kalima Network. For businesses embracing Kalima Blockchain, the company offers a close support system with one of the fastest industry-leading programs for program formation.
In addition, starting with the first Kalima Developer Airdrop, the Kalima foundation will hold a number of hackathons and developer airdrops over the years to help developers hone their abilities. These may occur online or offline in one of the three zones that Kalima serves: Europe, the United States, and the United Arab Emirates.
In addition, Kalima has set aside a sizeable quantity of tokens for its upcoming developer grant program, which will pay in-house and outside developers generously for using the Kalima Network and building dApps on it for either their own applications or for other people. This initiative will begin seven years after Kalima is listed on the Bitmart Exchange on February 2nd, 2023.
Last but not least, the Kalima foundation will offer rewards to the first 1000 owners of PrivaChains over the course of ten rounds, in order to encourage their deployment in the early stages. For this incentive scheme, about 20 billion KLX have been set aside. The rewards are set in descending order, so the first 10 owners will earn more than the owners after them, and so on.
The fast growing ecosystem of Kalima, a layer 1 third-generation blockchain, will allow businesses, developers, and startups to create the Web3 Enterprise and Data Governance apps of the future, specifically using IoT (Internet of Things) data to address real-world issues.
Using Kalima’s decentralized network of permissioned blockchains (PrivaChains), users can autonomously regulate, administer, and monetize data as well as create tokens for smart-rewarding systems.
Developers can build decentralized applications (dApps) that are hosted on PrivaChains using the modular Kalima idea. With the aim of establishing new business models or enhancing existing ones, Kalima was created for the development of decentralized apps (dApps), spanning from data notarization to decentralized finance (DeFi), tokenization (NFTs), data monetization, and industrial IoT applications (Digital Twins, Predictive Maintenance, Smart Infrastructure, and so on).
The blockchain technology used by Kalima is designed to manage very high volumes of sensitive data that are generated by businesses that collect data using IoT sensors and analyze that data in real-time. Kalima’s industrial adoption will increase as a result of the PrivaChains’ ability to connect to other well-known public chains, like Tezos, Lightning, Polygon, and Cosmos hubs.