How to sign a message with a Bitcoin/Dash/LTC address: General tutorial
Disclaimer: We remit the following instructions only as guidance for the Contribution Period. Contributors should do their own research and not rely solely on material we are presenting. We make no representations or warranties that the following material is complete or accurate, or that or any associated software or service will be reliable or function as described.As such, contributors assume all risks associated with the use in connection with the Contribution Period. For the terms and conditions concerning the PAY token sale please visit http://tenx.tech
- AFTER you have sent your Bitcoin (or LTC, Dash,…) Transaction go to your App/Wallet/Page and look for the “Sign a Message” function.
Your wallet should offer this function if you are holding the private key.
Not recommended (as we most likely are not able to deliver tokens there — if you do send it from there, you have to contact their support and handle this directly):
ANY exchanges (f.ex. Kraken, Coinbase etc)
Jaxx (no signing possible, no support for ERC20)
2. Make sure you know your “FROM” address (your own address you sent from.
3. Insert/Choose your FROM address, and type your Ethereum address into the message field.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT put ANY text in the message, just your ETH address (otherwise you will get an error from our system):
4. Check if your Ethereum address is correct (this cannot be changed afterwards) and confirm your signature.
5. You will get a Signature. Copy everything from “Begin Signature” until “End Signature”.
6. Copy the Signature and post it together with your from address and ETH address (that you just used in the signature message into the form on our Website.
Where to go from here?During the Token Sale Period, our Slack will give out all official infos on the #announcements channel. If you have questions, you can ask on the #general channel.
When can you see your PAY tokens?
The PAY tokens will be released 48 to 72 hours after the token sale.
You can use any wallet where you hold your private key. However, your wallet might not be able to show the token, which also means you cannot trade the tokens from there. So what you would then need to do is insert your private key in a wallet that can (f.ex. MyEtherWallet). But the tokens would definitely be there.
You can check your token balance on the Token Sale website anytime under “Check your token balance” with your transaction ID (TXHash).