Flare Network says it’s giving XRP holders an additional airdrop – and this one is around the corner.
Hugo Philion, co-founder and chief executive of Flare, says the company plans to release a network called “Songbird” in the next six weeks.
According to Philion, the network is designed to be used as a testing ground for developers. It will be an operational blockchain with a fixed token supply of the native token Songbird (SGB).
SGB will be distributed to the same XRP holders who will receive the Spark (FLR) token, based on a snapshot of the network taken late last year.
Philion is issuing a “chaos warning” regarding the SGB airdrop.
“Songbird should not be considered a production ready network. It is for testing of the integrity of the proposed production network (Flare), proposed governance updates over time, the Flare core protocols and dApps launching on Flare. The Flare team makes no promise to continue support or development of