Airdrop Farming is a collection of actions users take to inflate the amount of tokens they receive from a retroactive airdrop. Often this looks like a user splitting their capital and actions across numerous addresses to game the qualifying conditions of an airdrop. For example, splitting your funds into ten addresses and then using the funds in those addresses to use a product ten separate times to earn an airdrop for each of the addresses. Generally viewed negatively by crypto constituents, teams actively create ways to remove this attack vector. This is also related to Sybil Attacks.