As the Internet of Coins wallet is released in the course of 2018, everyone will be able to use and manage their tokens with a user-friendly app on our network.
Distribution of the tokens will then commence and we will contact everyone that participated in our crowdfund.
If you want to receive your HYBRID tokens to hold or trade them before the Internet of Coins wallet is ready (what we call an 'early holder'), you will need to create wallets on 7 blockchains. This requires some effort, and we cannot provide technical support for these wallets. If you have experience with cryptocurrency this should be easy for you. If you are a beginner, we advise you to wait until we release our first wallet for Internet of Coins supporting HYBRID tokens.
Below are the links you can use to create the wallets without having to install them on your local system.
(use nano wallet for ease of use)
(TOR hosted by Internet of Coins, as there are no publicly secure HTTPS wallets available,
(get the light wallet or app for ease of use)
Please make backups of all your data!
This is the decentralized world.
Nobody can help you if you lose your keys.
We do NOT advise to use centralized exchange wallets like Bittrex.
The official beta wallet is scheduled to be brought out in 2018. This wallet will support HYBRID tokens and is much easier to use and maintain than 7 wallets.
When you have made 7 addresses using the blockchain systems above, please send them to us by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please copy and include the following in your message.
Omni address usually starts with 1 followed by 34 base64 characters
Ethereum address starts with 0x followed by 40 hexadecimal characters
NEM address starts with N followed by 40 alphanumeric capital characters
Bitshares alias is an alphanumeric alias you can see in your wallet, for example ours is 'internet-of-coins'
Counterparty address starts with 1 followed by 34 base64 characters
NXT address starts with NXT followed by 17 alphanumeric capital characters
Waves address starts with 3P followed by 34 base64 characters