As such, eToro is currently in conversation with Ripple and Flare Networks regarding the upcoming distribution of Spark — the native token of the Flare blockchain.
In a tweet yesterday, Ripple partner Flare announced the date of a network snapshot when all XRP holdings will be recorded to determine the distribution of the Spark token.
The snapshot will take place on December 12th, 2020 — the 194th birthday of the inventor of the maritime flare, Martha Coston. All XRP holders wanting to receive Spark tokens must ensure their XRP is in supported wallets or exchanges on this date.
When the Flare network is launched, all XRP holders, barring Ripple Labs employees, will be airdropped a number of Spark tokens relative to their XRP holdings. The exact date of the airdrop is yet to be determined.
A smart contract platform for XRP
Flare, an independent project partly funded by Ripple Labs, promises to bring advanced smart contracts and greater scalability to XRP. The project could form the critical infrastructure needed for XRP to join the rapidly growing DeFi ecosystem and potentially help create a new two-way bridge connecting XRP and ETH.
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