Litecoin Cash (LCC) Cryptocurrency Spacedrop Happens on May 15, 2018
Litecoin Cash To Have A Spacedrop On May 15, 2018
If you want to do an airdrop to promote your token and are bored of your run-of-the-mill marketing channels, you can learn something from the grandeur of Litecoin Cash’s SpaceDrop. To cap off their two months in existence, LCC team plans to reward their community in an epic fashion.
Coming Tuesday, the Litecoin Cash Team in association with Sent Into Space will drop 160,000 LCC from near the edge of space, right above British Midlands.
LCC team has partnered with Sent Into Space, who are global experts in near space missions. Based in Sheffield, they have ties to multiple universities and Space Agencies.
How does it work?
- Litecoin Cash Golden Tickets will ascend to a stratospheric altitude of over 32 km in a hot air balloon. The ascent time will be about 3 hours.
- At the peak of their ascent,a release mechanism will allow the tickets to disperse. They will reach speeds in excess of 300 km/h before slowing down as air resistance increases.
- It’s anticipated that the golden tickets could take around an hour to reach the ground, and scatter over a radius of several hundred kilometers, so those in Great Britain, Ireland, France, Belgium or Netherlands should watch the skies for a golden ticket.
- A 360-degree camera on a bespoke mount engineered by Sent Into Space will capture the release from a truss facing the payload,
When you think of it, 160,000 worth of LCC is about $30,000 USD. However, they are getting the marketing returns far more than the money invested in this venture as LCC token holders in British Midlands are excited about getting some free tokens and the fans around the world are curious to see how the plan will be executed.
The success of Elon Musk’ launch of Tesla Roadster to space seems to have sent ripples to many marketing campaigns in the world, with Litecoin Cash taking a page from Musk’s playbook. There was also Space Miner One launch which you may be interested in when dealing with ‘spacedrops'.