How to swap your SPC tokens from QRC-20 to ERC-20
If you choose to swap your SPC tokens from QRC-20 to ERC-20, see below for details on when the swap will take place on QBao Wallet as well as these exchanges: CoinEgg, Coinnest and EXX.
|Participants:||Holders of QRC-20 SPC|
|Swap Exchange Rate:||QRC-20 SPC : ERC-20 SPC = 1:1|
You can swap your tokens through either of these methods:
METHOD 1: AUTOMATIC SWAP THROUGH EXCHANGES
|Token swap process start time/date:||September 14, 2018 (11:59 AM, UTC+8)|
|Token swap process end time/date:||September 17, 2018 (11:59 AM, UTC+8)|
- Deposit your QRC-20 SPC to exchanges prior to 11:59 AM (UTC+8) on Sept 14 (Friday). The swap will take place automatically.
- All SPC deposits and withdrawals through exchanges will be suspended at 11:59 AM (UTC+8) on Sept 14 (Friday). Do not deposit any tokens at the original address after that time.
- SPC deposits and withdrawals will resume at 11:59 AM (UTC+8) on Sept 17 (Monday) after the main network has been switched over. Please check the individual exchanges for when they will resume trading after the token swap. Those announcements will be made on their official channels.
- Exchanges will only support deposits and withdrawals of ERC-20 SPC after the swap. Deposit and withdrawal at the old SPC address will not be available. For your asset security, please make sure that you are entering the Ethereum address when depositing or withdrawing.
METHOD 2: SWAP THROUGH WALLET
|Token swap process start time/date:||From September 14, 2018 (11:59 AM, UTC+8)|
Dual token swaps that enable easy access to services on Ethereum or Qtum
|QRC-20 SPC||57931faffdec114056a49adfcaa1caac159a1a25 (on Qtum)|
|ERC-20 SPC||0x8069080a922834460c3a092fb2c1510224dc066b (on ETH)|
If you have any questions regarding the swap, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and a SpaceChain team member will contact you shortly.
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