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Maker Foundation and Dharma partners up for this Meme event which ends on May 26. They have introduced Meme Easing in which Maker buys your memes till the end of the event. 

Memes have been super popular and people have so much fun with them. To add on to the fun at this time of the COVID-19 pandemic, people can earn 1-5 Dai for every meme that they share on Twitter. To be eligible for Dai, you have to create a meme and share it on Twitter with the hashtag #Dai4Memes.

Social payment

Dharma, a decentralized finance (DeFi) crypto bank, launched social payments as a means of sending Dai on Twitter. Anybody can send payments to any Twitter user from Dharma accounts just by looking up their Twitter handle. To receive the funds, recipients need to download the Dharma app using the link provided in the notification tweet.

Users can choose to convert their funds to USD and withdraw to their bank account. Alternatively, they can leave their Dai in their Dharma account to earn interest similar to Dharma deposits. All sent Dai will automatically start earning interest even before they are claimed by the recipient.

Meme Easing

Maker’s Memetic Easing Facility is stocked with 5,000 Dai and ready to be unloaded. After you have created your meme and shared it on Twitter with the hashtag #Dai4Memes, wait for Maker’s tweet.

You can then access the unique URL provided, download the Dharma app, and connect your Twitter account to receive Dai. Be careful not to break Twitter’s Terms of Service while having fun but be sure to go crazy on your memes.

If you want to participate in this event but don’t know where to start, imgflip is a good place to let your imagination run wild.

*Disclaimer from Maker and Dharma

The Maker blog which gave details about the contest running from May 20 to May 26 also specified the rules regarding it. Accordingly, entrants need to be 18 years or older to submit a meme. Moreover, neither Maker Foundation nor Dharma was guaranteeing that any #Dai4Memes entrants would receive Dai. Also, there was a limitation rule in place that mentioned one Dai award per entrant.

Recently, Zilliqa had launched a new tool for its followers on Twitter dubbed SocialPay which rewarded participants with $ZIL for sharing social media updates.


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