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Pyth Network



Pyth Network is an oracle that publishes financial market data to multiple blockchains. Their market data is contributed by over 90 first-party publishers(opens in a new tab), including some of the biggest exchanges and market making firms in the world

Step by Step Guide

  1. Visit the Pyth airdrop page.
  2. Review your airdrop eligibility by connecting your wallets
  3. If you’re eligible, then you will be able to claim PYTH tokens when the claim goes live.
  4. You will need some SOL to claim the tokens. You can buy some SOL on Binance.
  5. Now claim your PYTH tokens.
  6. Eligible participants are: EVM ecosystem participants such as Ethereum, Arbitrum, Base, zkSync Era,
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