4EVERLAND

Oct 14, 2021

2 min read

4EVERLAND First Landing Event Reward Distribution Announcement

Dear users,

The First Landing event has officially ended on 14 October 2021 at 0:00 UTC, thank you for your support and participation! 4EVERLAND has seen over 23,000 developers deployed more than 27,000 DApps, and over 50 million visited users during the event. A big thank you to all users for your support and share purposes. As we are forwarding to Web 3.0, this is an important step.

4EVERLAND aims to discover outstanding developers, assists them in building Web 3.0 applications efficiently and provide global acceleration, distributed storage services. More quality services will be offered in the near future. Meanwhile our Developer Grants activity is still open, feel free to apply if you have a great project or even an idea or a simple plan: https://www.4everland.org/firstlanding/grants/

The claim is expected to start on October 21st, you can claim your reward on our hosting webpage. Until then, We will cross-check all current accounts and disqualify accounts with malicious violations in the event. All unusual accounts will be notified and received an email. Please contact us via Discord before October 21st if you have any questions. Details about this can be found in the announcement released previously: https://4everland.medium.com/announcement-on-first-landing-event-415315882c23

Please note: Make sure that you have added your ETH wallet address before October 21st otherwise you might lose your rewards.

All developers who participated in First Landing will receive a limited NFT, which is a 4EVERLAND First Landing event special and exclusive Logo, and the first series of 4EVERLAND NFTs. In the future, 4EVERLAND will release a series of commemorative NFTs to be airdropped to users during important milestones. 4EVERLAND will offer exclusive Eco-benefits to these NFT users in the future.

Discord: https://discord.gg/Cun2VpsdjF

4EVERLAND is a Web3.0 cloud computing platform with global acceleration, privacy protection, distributed storage, and other technical features.

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