If someone wants to obtain airdrops in cryptocurrency, they must protect themselves from airdrop frauds. These frauds usually involve fake airdrop or key scams, in which fraudsters try to get their hands on your money or private key while pretending to give you a small airdrop in return.
You should never connect your wallet to a third party or share your private key with them. Sometimes the fraudsters can airdrop a fake token in your wallet without you noticing it until you can’t sell or exchange it.
Finally, one should investigate the project’s leadership and review its public documentation before claiming an airdrop.