By Essentia

Posted July 5, 2018

  • The ESS tokens will be made available for withdrawal from the Essentia smart contract starting from Friday, July 6th at 08:00 UTC!
  • For your convenience, we’ve prepared a step-by-step guide on how you can easily obtain your tokens!

  • 1.The first step for you will be to go to MyEtherWallet (https://www.myetherwallet.com).
  • 2. Click on the Send Ether & Tokens.
  • 3. To claim your ESS token you will have to send a transaction to the smart contract to which you contributed, from the address you contributed from.
  • In these fields, you will have to enter the following info:
  • To Address: the smart contract address to which you contributed to purchase ESS tokens.
  • NOTE! Remember that there were two addresses for contributions, make sure to enter the one you personally sent ETH to.
  • Amount to Send: 0.

  • Gas Limit: 100k
  • Data: 0xe89b3ecb
  • 4. After pasting all the necessary information, click on [Generate Transaction]. Your ESS tokens will then be sent to you.
  • This is the final step - you’re now officially an ESS token holder!
  • How to add the Essentia token to MEW
  • In order to see your tokens in MEW, you'll need to manually add it:
  • Step 1: Click on “View wallet”
  • Step 2: Access your account through your preferred method (i.e. hardware wallet, private key etc…)
  • Step 3: On the page, you'll now find the “Add Custom Token” button - click on it
  • Step 4: Input the following parameters:
  • Contract address: 0xfc05987bd2be489ACCF0f509E44B0145d68240f7
  • Token symbol: ESS
  • Decimals 18
  • Voila! Your tokens should now be visible on your MEW! Welcome aboard!
  • If you still have any questions regarding the withdrawal process, feel free to reach out to us via email or on any of our social media channels!
  • Our Best Regards, The Essentia Team
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