Is your favourite NFT influencer scamming you?

  1. Use them for Alphas. Once you find out about a project, ALWAYS do your own research. Don’t follow blindly just because an influencer talks about it. If you’re early and are in it to flip, don’t be left holding the bag. If you are late, it’s better not to chase the rocket.
  2. Look at their actions. These people have been in the space longer than you and just have more info. Knowing what they’re doing can open up big things for you. For example, if you’d have gotten a .eth domain before the $ENS airdrop, you could have gotten a pretty handsome reward (if you have no idea what that means, basically they sometimes get into promising new services that offer up attractive tokens/prizes for being early adopters).
  3. Watch their tweets. While a lot of the tweets are indeed not entirely useful, stick around long enough and you will have some gold mine tweets. Tweets that show you how they’re doing certain things, services that they use, etc.
  4. Build relationships. If you have a question, just ask. If they don’t respond, someone else might. And at the end of the day, it’s no big deal if you don’t get a reply. If you do though, it could make things a lot easier for you. If you intend to get involved with web3 things, this is also the way to go. It might take awhile but as I said, stick around.

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