Which wallets can I use for the Crowdsale?
The following wallets are known to be compatible with Ethereum tokens (ERC-20 standard):
- MyEtherWallet (no download needed)
- MetaMask (Firefox and Chrome browser addon)
- Mist (Desktop)
- Parity (Desktop)
- Parity + Ledger (Hardware wallet)
- imToken (iOS and Android)
Do NOT use the following wallets for receiving tokens
- Any Bitcoin exchange
- Any Ethereum exchange
In the KYC verification it asks for you ERC-20 compatible wallet. Do I just put Ledger Nano S, or my actual Ethereum deposit address?
If I need the actual address, do I just put the Ethereum address generated by my Ledger, or do I first have to get a Parity address?
@kos4concern I have the same question, except I use a Trezor wallet which I'm accessing via MyEtherWallet. I've never invested in an ICO before so some guidance would be very helpful. Thank you.
binance eth can i use my wallet address..! Thank you
Hi, can i use eidoo? https://eth.eidoo.io/
@ysnnrn No, they don't want you to use your address from any of the exchanges. Only wallets such as MyEtherWallet or the others they listed.
Can I transfer from ethx.in?
Hi, can i use My eth adress from Jaxx app ?
I made a grave mistake..
In my profile I put my valid ERC20-capable ETH address for the tokens to be distributed to, days ago. All good there.
Yet, during the crowdsale I didn't send my ETH from that address but directly from Coinbase... Really stupid mistake on my part.. Can't stop shaking my head about myself..
Now, do I have to consider my withdrawal lost?
Or will the transaction be rejected automatically?
@lalaland Did the same thing! Also wondering what will happen...
@x3m as far as I can tell, it's indeed lost (for us, that is). The contract rejected it (status "fail"). That means there's nothing the dadi team can do about it because the funds were never actually received. And, judging from what I've read about similar cases and in their support documents, Coinbase (most probably) won't refund it either:
"DO NOT [...] participate in an ICO using your Coinbase account. Doing so will result in a loss of the digital currency in question."
Coinbase themselves have gotten it back, afaik. They just can't possibly deal with us noobs making those mistakes by the thousands each day and handle those cases manually through their support. If I were them, I'd much rather keep it and say "well, we warned you", too. I created a ticket on Coinbase in order to try, anyway. Seriously though, I can totally understand why enabling refunds for such cases isn't a viable option for them.
Overall, I guess I just threw 50€ out of the window. and learned an important lesson that could have been way more expensive.
Hope you didn't send a fortune this way either.
@lalaland Thanks for the answer. Ok, that's too bad. Should've read the instructions before. Just too lazy. Assumed you could do it that way since it has worked on previous ICOs. Sending from coinbase, receiving tokens on MEW-address that is.
Didn't loose a fortune either, which was lucky. Would be nice if you could tell me what happens with your coinbase talks. I'll do the same!
Is there any way to claim the ETH back ?
Many thanks for all your support.
I already opened a case in Coinbase, let's see what happens...
The same question about KYC verification...