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DeFi lending protocol Kinza Finance launches airdrop points system

On November 2nd, according to official sources, DeFi lending protocol Kinza Finance launched an airdrop points system. The system provides real-time feedback on a user's airdrop points based on the amount and duration of liquidity they deposit on the Kinza mainnet, in order to determine their eligibility for airdrop distribution of KZA tokens. As previously reported by BlockBeats, on August 4th, Binance Labs announced that it had invested in the top 4 performing projects of the 6th season of the Most Valuable Builder (MVB) program, including Kinza Finance.

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