ElonDrop is going over the heads of the establishment to offer all Twitter users a deal: every account worldwide gains full control over their username in a crypto wallet, plusa share of the new Twitter's coin. This can bring most of the 217 million active Twitter users – including the 179 million who are non-American – into the fight for decentralization.
We set up a parallel app where users can tweet to their Twitter following to claim their Elondrop. This mechanism serves as a voter registration step. And the group who thereby votes for ElonDrop serves as a worldwide panel of delegates to govern the building of the new crypto Twitter.
In short, ElonDrop is running the first truly global political campaign, gaining an activist following in every country, incentivizing people and **policymakers alike to Align with ElonDrop for global freedom and prosperity. Any establishment attempt to oppose this will be seen for what it is: a ploy to digitally disenfranchise the users of Twitter, to stop them from gaining a share of the wealth they've created, to take away the following they've built, to buttress an illegitimate regime that survives only by silencing its subjects.
ElonDrop is taking a position of total moral authority: we propose to give billions to millions, to give voices to the masses, to decentralize Twitter to its users, to turn it into the protocol it was always meant to be.
And if we don’t do this? The centralized authorities could take more of our freedom away.
The problem: Elon can't win a game of intra-American politics
The greatest strength is to know one's own weakness.
Elon, despite being the richest man in the world, despite having millions of Americans on his side, despite having gotten Twitter to sign on the line which is dotted still doesn't quite have the coalition he needs to win, if he fights this as an intra-American political battle.
Because already we see a swarming, gathering horde that's going to spend every minute of the next few months trying to torpedo the deal. By dint of what it is, and who he is, Twitter and Elon have become the current thing – that which the establishment's malign attention is focused on.
Could they cut off Twitter from the internet? Ask the FCC to intervene? Get Twitter employees to leak? Accuse him of bad behavior? Claim he's violating a non-disparagement clause? Recall that all the stocks Elon possesses are held in US databases, all his companies are subject to US law, and most of his employees are based in the US. Anything and everything will be tried because the American establishment rightly senses they won't win a game of free speech and free markets anymore.
After all, until social media most people did not have practical freedom of speech. Only the owners of media corporations and their employees did. Giving anyone the ability to be publisher or writer has undermined their cartel. Technology checks their privilege, and so the empire has struck back. For some random Indian or Nigerian or Midwesterner or Middle Easterner to have a voice comparable to a US "journalist" is an intolerable affront.And it is these users to whom ElonDrop should appeal, these new voices. Not just the silenced Americans, who can't topple this tyranny on their own, but the silent supermajority – the 179 million monetizable daily active users (mDAUs) of Twitter who are not American, who have no vote in US elections, yet whose speech is nevertheless subject to the unfavorable decree of a US corporation.
In other words, Elon can't win, but he’s primed the world with the knowledge of what needs to be done, and the Decentralized Intelligence Agency is here helping ElonDrop give power and monetary rewards back to the common man, so we collectively can live a better future.
The Solution: ElonDrop can win a game of global technology.
ElonDrop now needs to acquire Twitter's users to have everyone join the fight. And that's going to require massive amounts of attention.
Where are we going to get it? Twitter today is just a collection of quarreling accounts. Users aren't aligned around anything except the desire for more followers. Some are for free speech, some are against it, and many just don't care.
ElonDrop changes all of that.
Suddenly, every user has a rooting interest for the platforms success. A decentralized Twitter could easily be as valuable as Ethereum's $350B market cap, because Twitter already has a massive internal digital economy. A coin that serves as the native payment instrument for ads and digital goods on platform would do well, and it could also be used to pay for a priority inbox: pay more to get to the top of someone's DMs, where the recipient can keep the funds or donate to charity. The experience of BNB shows that the applications of a new coin are limitless; the tokenomics of this project are the relatively easy part.
So let's assume $ElonDrop can hit Ethereum's market cap. Divided by 217M Active Twitter users, $350B nets out to an average of $1500 per person.
That is real money, even in America, and especially in the rest of the world.
And most of Twitter is the rest of the world. Non-American users constitute a full 82% of Twitter, 179M of the 217M monetizable daily active users.
These global users might be coming for the coin, but they'd be staying for the freedom. The Elondrop is going to allow every unique user to get a crypto wallet with not just their $ElonDrop allocation but the keys to their username. The latter would be an ENS-style NFT, a portable identity they could use to log in to any site going forward, without any prospect of revocation by Twitter. In other words, an end to recourse less deplatforming.So – that's how global users gain freedom (as in free speech) and prosperity (as in free money) from the Elondrop.
So what can you do to make the Elondrop successful? Well, just download our app, enter your twitter username, and tweet to confirm you own it, giving your wallet its allocation.
You can use your voices to argue against any attempt to quash the deal or silence them – voices that have never been heard in unison before, voices that will shake the walls of the establishment. We can create tens to hundreds of millions of new holders in the ElonDrop Decentralized Autonomous Organization, or DAO for short, holders who also come for the coin and stay for the freedom. And, most importantly, this success gives us all a backup plan – in the event the deal doesn't go through, Elon now has tens to hundreds of millions of signups at this new site where users can elect him as CEO, or not, its up to the Elondrop DAO to choose who leads the charge.
The global users are, in short, the tide-turning wave of reinforcements that freedom loving Americans need in this social war.
Ethics: The imperative of internationalization
Why is it morally, economically, and politically necessary for ElonDrop to create the DAO that creates the new crypto twitter? It's morally necessary because American corporations exert influence abroad on people who have no say in American elections. Decentralizing Twitter into a web3 protocol where users own their own private keys changes the leverage of the situation. Granting individuals true digital property rights over their accounts turns them from serfs at the mercy of American corporate feudalists into self-sovereign actors in their own right. That's not only more just, but more profitable for both parties, because serfs can't invest in their land but free people can. Given just how much time and energy is spent by millions of people on these digital plots of land, this may be an unlock on par with Deng's reforms.
In 1978 Deng Xiaoping realized that if you allow the farmer to take a cut of their grain, they would produce more… which is credited as being a cornerstone piece leading to this gigantic multi-trillion dollar Chinese economy.
The Elondrop gives a path to $100B and beyond, numbers that haven't been posted in ten years of Twitter's existence as a public company and truly allows for a platform made exactly how the users want.
Lastly, it's politically necessary because any centralized control over speech will eventually buckle to the wokes (in the West) or the nationalists (in China) — simply because these are the strongest factions in their respective jurisdictions. That's why two of the greatest founders of all time – Jack Dorsey and Jack Ma – had to yield, against their wills.
But going global and decentralized changes this. ElonDrop has hundreds of millions of users just over the rainbow, people who don't want to be dominated by either the Americans or the Chinese, netizens who want genuinely neutral global rule-of-law, Twitter users who'd love to get an Elondrop for their prior efforts and to gain true control over their accounts.
Recall that Ben Franklin allied with the French to defeat the British, because he recognized how weak the fledgling American revolution was. Likewise we recognize that silenced Americans were defeated for a reason – they are poorer and weaker than the US establishment. The new money of tech on its own similarly doesn't have the roots in the country to beat the establishment, as the city of San Francisco demonstrates. But when ElonDrop combines new money, with silenced Americans, and the global silent majority of Twitter users? With a vision to build the decentralized Twitter by the people and for the people, and giving them a fair share of the value they’ve already created?
Then we have a coalition that can win.
We need this to work fast, we need to be like seal team 6, because if twitter realizes what's happening, its very likely going to get stopped. But Twitter is too big and bureaucratic to make those decisions within 48 hours, and that means we can get in, get out, and the world will have known our name. If the flywheel starts down the line, it's inevitable going forward, the referral bonuses alone with such a high potential coin will cause the forward thinking many to completely blast their contacts with an invite link.
So How Does The Tech Side Work?
Users download the ElonDrop Wallet app, which acts as a crypto wallet, in order to claim their token users can either import and existing wallet address or create a new one. Then they click claim airdrop, enter their username, and are given a line of text and claim photo to tweet to verify their account info. Depending on the following count of a user they are given a potential claim amount. In order to prevent botting, and ensure the tweet value, and promote sharing we use three techniques ensuring fairness and memetic potential.
Users will be shown how much total potential token they have to claim, but if followers are fake engagement on the tweet will not exist. This is why we prorate the actual claim amount based on the tweet getting 10% of their following in likes, and 5% in retweets. Next tokens cannot fully be claimed and allowed to be sold until 6 hours have passed. This ensures users do not just post the tweet, get their friends to like and share it, and then delete it. Instead we will be rewarding you for making the flywheel spin faster, for each friend who puts your twitter name as their referral you and the friend will receive a 5% bonus on their claim amount. After that, your tokens act as votes where in the app you cast your vote on future features, team members, and first choosing what this final platform will be named.
One possible architecture: a public chain, a million hubs, and a billion spokes. The public chain is the global, corruption-resistant decentralized database which holds the new coin and the new Decentralized Name Service, an ENS-inspired registry of usernames. The hubs are the servers; while anyone can run a hub it'll take about as much technological expertise as deploying a website. And the spokes are the clients, which could be ordinary users, companies, or even bots and scripts. It can host a decentralized web3 login and end-to-end encrypted DMs, along with many other features. The first massive web3 social company is truly a trillion dollar oppurtunity. In the web2 world craigslist created the marketplace for digital goods. Later on centralization happened. It always does, people want to use the services where everyone else is. Now facebook marketplace completely killed craigslist. While this is bad in the web2 world. In the web3 world Opensea is the craigslist of digital goods and the platform coming from ElonDrop can easily implement an NFT marketplace not only allowing a better user experience, but bringing protocol revenue to the platform away from the centralized company that is Opensea.