Give a person some Electroneum for free you potentially help them for a day or possibly a short while.
However, give them the ability to earn Electroneum you can assist them for potentially a lifetime or at least a lot longer period of time through education and entrepreneurship reinforcing the ETN ecosystem which could then lead to other doors opening as well.
Electroneum is trying to alleviate and bridge ethically and conscientiously the disparity between the haves and have nots on a global scale.
It is one of a handful of coins/projects that has with an industrious team overcome numerous hurdles to bring the project to where it stands today.
Of course I want free etn air dropped to me for effectively doing nothing or very little click the app once a week or refer a few friends/family members but does this ultimately push the project forward?
We all want the value of ETN to go up will this be achieved by giving free ETN away hand over first?
Look at the credentials of ETN:
Probably the greenest most energy efficient cryptocurrency.
Probably one of the fastest in remittance and notification.
Probably one of the most secure in that it is not susceptible to 51% attack.
Probably largest user base for everyday transactions for real world usage.
Probably the easiest to use for end user via app interface.
These are but a few of the strong points of Electroneum.
The one draw back at the moment is current value and hopefully Phase 2 will start to address this and gradually stabilise and then increase the value which will help everyone.
I have trialled and tested ETN thanks to the rewards system I like it now if I want more I need to be creative and utilize the anytask platform to earn more.
Okay today I might not have the skills but within a few weeks task school should be up and running to help with that as well.
Effectively Electroneum have bored the hole have built a well and for the last several months they have been filling our vessels / receptacles with additional water for our daily requirements now it is time for us to do our own retrieval is that really too much to ask for.