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How to stake ETH on imToken

How to stake ETH on imToken

Learn how to find a fitting staking solution for your ETH right in your mobile wallet In the post below, we show you how to stake ETH on Eth2, right in your imToken wallet already today. We also talk about benefits and downsides of different providers and approaches. Different ways to stake your ETH The ways you can stake your ETH with differences in security and complexity. Let’s see how to evaluate security.  To stake ETH, you send ETH to a smart contract and receive something like a voucher for 32 ETH on the beacon chain (i.e. the current Eth2 chain). At the same time, you create a wallet on the beacon chain. Similar to Eth1 wallets, you only *truly* own the ETH tokens if you created the beacon chain wallet yourself. Creating the beacon chain wallet gives you 2 sets of keys: Validator keys and withdrawal keys. Validator keys are used to validate blocks. Worst case, if someone steals your validator keys, they can run a duplicate node of yours to make you lose ETH. Withdrawal keys allow you to withdraw ETH, once that’s enabled. Similar to Eth1 private keys, withdrawal keys give you ownership over the ETH (including gains or losses). Therefore ownership (and therefore security) depends on who is holding those keys and in what way. *Decentralized pools aren’t available yet as smart contracts can’t act as receiver of the staking reward yet. RocketPool plans to go online once that is fixed in 2021.   How to stake ETH in imToken We try to integrate all Eth2 staking services that are available on mobile. So far you can choose between full custodial services, Node-as-a-Service custodians and staking pools. To access the staking features, (download imToken at token.im,) open your imToken app. Once in imToken, enter one of your ETH accounts. Your wallet will show ‘Eth2 Staking’ right below your wallet balance, which will bring you to an overview of Eth2 staking DApps. Alternatively, simply click on ‘Browser’ and scroll down to the ‘Eth2’ section. You will find: Ankr, Lido, HashQuark, stake.fish, StakedUs, Rocketpool. Let’s see what the differences are and how to use them.   Staking pools - The convenient way: Lido, Ankr Staker Lido To stake with Lido, click the ‘Lido’ icon, enter an ETH amount and ‘Stake’. That’s it. Simple. Ankr To stake with Ankr (Stkr), click the Ankr DApp icon, then click ‘Launch App’ and ‘Start staking’. Enter the numbers of ETH to stake (min. 0.5 ETH) and click ‘Stake’. You need to agree that your ETH will be locked until Eth2 goes live, which might still take years. That’s it. Simple. Note: Ankr also provides staking for more professionals. We don’t cover this here, but you can read Ankr’s blog here. So what’s the difference between Ankr and Lido? Ankr users pay 15%, Lido users pay 10% of staking rewards. Be aware that those might change though. For the safety of withdrawal keys, Ankr currently saves withdrawal keys partially offline. More info here. This makes Ankr arguably more custodial than Lido. Ankr’s validator keys are stored on Stkr’s Threshold servers that are owned by Ankr and other companies. In this way, single validators can’t maliciously disrupt a pool's validation process. Ankr’s system has multiple validation participants running one validator (unlike Lido), which creates a question of whether each validation participant actually needs to know the validation private keys. They solve it by using a threshold signature system, which lets the validators do their Eth2 beacon chain validation without a single validator actually knowing the whole key. Lido doesn’t have this question in the first place; more about that below. Let’s take a look at Lido. In Lido, the safety of withdrawal keys is guaranteed via an arguably more advanced and safer setup thanks to distributed custody of the withdrawal key. The withdrawal key was split into 11 different parts (via threshold signature ceremony), held by public figures of the industry.  Instead of one party now having access to these withdrawal keys, it would instead require collusion of many parties. In Lido, validator keys seem to be ‘hot’ as the validation is run by a single operator, Lido. You have to trust Lido to do a good job for you to not get slashed as you do with all other categories of staking service providers, including Ankr. More details here. Lido promises, just like Rocketpool, to switch to a fully self-custodial setup once Eth1 addresses can work as withdrawal addresses, which is currently still in the works. Honorable mentions: Blox Staking has a similar setup to Ankr (see), but requires a desktop application.    Staking-as-a-service: stake.fish, StakedUs Sometimes also called ‘validator-as-a-service’ or ‘node-as-a-service’ is similar to having a web server run on a hosting service such as AWS instead of your own server at home. The service runs the whole validation process for you, and therefore controls validation keys like custodial solutions. But, staking-as-as-service holds one benefit over custodial solutions: You keep full self-control of your withdrawal key. However, that means, both StakedUs and stake.fish ask you to generate and then upload withdrawal credentials, which works better on desktop (for now; we are working on a solution). If you want to test either one, click the ‘StakedUs’ or ‘stake.fish’ icon on imToken’s browser and walk through the setup until they ask for the withdrawal public key. Honorable mention: Ankr Market seems to offer staking-as-a-service as well now, although their focus is on the pool model. Ankr’s approach is similar to the other 2 above and costs around $13.5 per month or $0.5 per day. Besides, we should also mention: Bison Trails (focuses on institutional), Blockdaemon (has shared, dedicated nodes), Allnodes (from $5), Midl.dev (from $45).   Custodial HashQuark, InfStones and Cream are listed in imToken and provide custodial services. You can contact them under the ‘Eth2 Staking’ section in your Ethereum wallet in imToken. There are really many more custodial services.  But, again, custodial services don’t give you any control. They are similar to centralized exchanges. So, try not to use it if you like to take some ownership of your funds. We hope this tutorial will help you with all things Eth2 staking. If you have any questions, ask us on social media!
2021-03-01
DApps and Their Risks

DApps and Their Risks

What is a DApp? A DApp, or decentralized application, is a software application that runs on a distributed network. It’s hosted on a peer-to-peer decentralised network, rather than on a centralized server. Currently, a lot of DApp are based on Ethereum and TRON. What are high-risk DApps?  High-risk DApps such as Forsage or Etherchain are those which have the bearing of a pyramid or Ponzi-scheme. Notable warning signs include the following: A guaranteed promise of high returns with little risk Claim to be decentralized and fully transparent, while they are not A consistent flow of returns regardless of market conditions Claim they are cooperating with well-known wallets, exchanges, while they are not  Face difficulties when removing their tokens  Get “rewards” with tokens every time someone joins under you Here’s a list of top 5 high-risk DApps running on Ethereum: Top High Risk DApps, Data from dappradar.com Crypto is full of opportunities, while there are always certain risks behind that. A high-risk DApp can run for a long time without many cracks. You may even have no idea who’s the real person behind it.  Please do your own research before investing in any DApp project. And more importantly, never investing more value into DApps than you can afford to lose.  What is the relationship between imToken DApp browser and those DApps?  When using the imToken DApp browser, some users assume that all these links are safe and they trust these DApp naturally. They even assume these DApps have a partnership with imToken. While it’s not necessarily true.  imToken DApp explorer is like Google search but in a decentralised way. You can enter any links at this explorer and you’ll be able to visit under normal circumstances. And you are responsible for using these third party DApps individually. Users have to pay attention to the DApp they are joining and contact them directly whenever you encounter problems. To protect our users, we add warm signs or block some DApps since they are high risks and running a Ponzi scheme. If you have found any similar DApps, please report them to imToken at hack@token.im.
2021-02-19
4 Tips to Keep Your Crypto Assets Safe

4 Tips to Keep Your Crypto Assets Safe

As we all know, imToken is a decentralized wallet. What does it mean? It means that the mnemonic phrase and private key are controlled by you completely - you are the only owner of the wallet. We have several tips to help you keep the asset safe.  1. Download The imToken Fans Group channel on Telegram is not an official imToken chat room. Some users have reported that there are scammers trying to reach them privately and send malicious download links. Please remember that imToken team will never contact you via pm, nor request your confidential information. For imToken support, always email: support@token.im To download imToken, always visit: https://token.im/ 2. Backup  By talking to 200,000+ users, we found that most people lost their coins due to the following reasons:  Forget to back up Back up the wrong mnemonic/ private key Save the mnemonic/ private key in iCloud, or any other cloud service Share it with friends or others  Here are some of the recommendations:  After creating a wallet, please backup your wallet offline in time Back up the wallet by handwriting, or use a mnemonic key box to save the backup Double check if the mnemonic phrase and private key are accurate Do not save the mnemonic phrase through cloud, Facebook, emails, etc Do not share the private key with others 3. Transfer  Due to the nature of the blockchain, you can never reverse a transaction once it’s successful.  When you try to send tokens, please double check if the address you copied is the right one, controlled by an individual or a contract. If the recipient is the token contract itself, those tokens may be lost forever! imToken will warn you when sending tokens to a contract address. 4. DApp - Ponzi Scheme  Another situation involving wallet security is the Ponzi scheme. Such projects often use high returns as the bait. The initiator recruits other ‘investors’ who in turn recruit other investors and so on. Behind the high return is always a high risk. Please be aware! Common Ponzi schemes include: Forsage, Etherchain, etc.  Smart contracts are autonomous, and effectively indestructible. If you find a suspicious dApp, please contact us at hack@token.im, our security team will check and add alerts whenever necessary. Although it’s good to be informed, we hope that you’ll never experience the unpleasant experience in the above.
2020-12-08
Ethereum 2.0: Starter Guide

Ethereum 2.0: Starter Guide

According to the announcement of the Ethereum Foundation, the deposit contract for Eth2.0 has been deployed (at depositcontract.eth), confirming that the Eth2.0 start timestamp is December 1st, 20:00 Singapore time if the genesis is triggered on November 24th by having at least 16,384 validators deposit 32 ETH. What is Eth2.0? Eth2.0 is the next evolution of the Ethereum blockchain, and the entire community has been preparing the large-scale upgrade for many years. Eth2.0 will improve scalability through proof of stake (PoS) and a series of other technological upgrades. For more, please check out the ETH 2 Launch Pad. Eth2.0 roadmap Eth2.0 will be launched in at least four phases, each phase focusing on different aspects of Eth2.0: Phase 0: Beacon chain, to achieve PoS consensus mechanism Phase 1: Sharding, data layer expansion Phase 1.5: Merges Eth1.0 into Eth2.0 as a Shard Phase 2: Shards executing contracts and transfers. Regarding the recent progress of the roadmap, you can read Vitalik's ideas around how Rollups fit into the ETH2 roadmap. How to participate in Eth2.0 stage 0 staking? There are currently two ways to participate in staking: Stake 32 ETH by yourself and run a validator node yourself; note that there are technical requirements, specific tutorial. Provide your ETH to a staking node service provider; note that there are certain security risks. More about that here. Validator income Staking 32 ETH lets you become a validator. The validator is rewarded by proposing and proving blocks in proportion to the total amount of pledged ETH in the network. For more information check this article about Eth2 economics. Eth2.0 commonly used tool Network progress overview and tutorials https:/ /launchpad.ethereum.org/ Staking income calculator https://ethereumprice.org/eth-2-calculator/ https://beaconscan.com/staking-calculator Blockchain Explorer https://beaconscan.com/ https://beaconcha.in/ https://eth2stats.io/ Node clients Lighthouse Nimbus Prysm Teku Related Official website of Eth2.0 Eth2.0 Wiki by Ethhub Consensys ETH2.0 knowledge base Eth2.0 latest development news EthStaker: Staking Reddit community
2021-03-07
AMA with Tezos Co-Founder Arthur Breitman

AMA with Tezos Co-Founder Arthur Breitman

Last Friday, we had Arthur Breitman join us on Wechat for an Ask-Me-Anything session. We translated the questions and Arthur’s answer below. Enjoy!   <Begin Transcript>   Nour (imToken): Before we share our topic, let’s have our guest Arthur briefly introduce himself.Hello Arthur. Arthur: Hi everyone, I’m Arthur Breitman, I’m the co-founder of Tezos. Thank you for coming to this AMA. I’m here to answer your questions. So please feel free…   How is Tezos going to compete with platforms like ETH2, Avalanche, Cardano? What will make Tezos stand out going into 2021 and beyond? Tezos stands out because it has credible prospects for longevity. Looking at the cryptocurrency space, how many protocols can you say for sure will be running in 50 years? Work on ETH2.0 started in 2014 and is expected in 2023, an 8-year upgrade cycle. Tezos has upgraded more in the past two years than the rest of the industry combined. While Cardano does interesting academic research, IOHK has been big on promises and short on delivery. Avalanche integrated innovative ideas in its consensus, but Tezos can adopt those ideas. The entire cryptocurrency space is our R&D department.   Outside of these upgrades, are there any works done by the community that you’re excited to see in 2021? The DirectAuth integration in Kukai. Kukai lets you send/receive Tezos transactions to anyone’s Reddit or Twitter account. It’s not completely non-custodial but it’s still decentralized. Kukai is planning to extend this service to email, phone, and more. This is great for onboarding. Wallets are often overlooked but they can be tremendously helpful for mass adoption. I’m also excited for the Ethereum bridges bringing more assets on the Tezos platform and NFT minting platforms. Most of all, it’s when all of these things come together.   We’ve talked about Proof of Stake security, self-amending mechanism, and many upgrades on Tezos. Is there anything you’re particularly excited about or envision seeing in terms of what comes next? Is there anything left in the position paper to make good on? What are we thinking about now? The F proposal being worked on by many teams: Nomadic, Cryptium Labs, DaiLambda, Marigold, and others. This proposal includes: work by Cryptium Labs on baking accounts, performance improvements on encoding conventions, caching contracts. Overall, there are a lot of performance and development improvements in Michelson that I think is exciting. One of the most striking features in this proposal is a concept dubbed “liquidity baking”. The idea is for a small fraction of the block reward to accrue towards a uniswap-like contract between tez and tzBTC.In terms of future technology, I would love to see better randomness with VDFs. The Ethereum Foundation is doing interesting work producing custom hardware for VDFs, I think it makes sense to wait until these are available. On better consensus — there is research being done with test nets launched using fast finality mechanisms, based on Tendermint algorithm and others. Prediction markets for proposal evaluation would be good.At the moment, I think the focus in the immediate term is primarily on on-chain scaling for performance rather than sharding, like Eth2. Focusing on zero knowledge proofs -backed scaling could be useful.   How does Tezos today compared to the vision you had for it at the beginning? In the position paper, Tezos is built on 3 pillars: POS, self-amending governance, safety in smart contract language. It’s pretty true to the vision. Things we envisioned that are being worked on now: the Edo proposal which has zero-knowledge proofs. Inflating funding has lagged a bit, though we’ve seen experiments with invoices attached to protocols.   In the light of upgrading other public chains to the PoS mechanism, what method will Tezos use to expand its ecosystem reach? Almost everyone is still underbuilding UX and chasing the same crowd of crypto enthusiasts. I think there are opportunities in breaking out of this mold. Everyone can come up with a nice innovation or improvement. What makes the difference is continued, iterative innovation, year after year.   Self-governance is one of Tezos’ most eye-catching innovations. Why is Tezos a self-amanding blockchain? What are the advantages of Tezos’s self-governance function compared with Polkadot? Polkadot is first and foremost focused on enabling parachains. The idea being on earning fees from providing consensus and security to these chains. However, if the sharding technology succeeds, there is little scarcity in providing these types of services, making the approach self-defeating in the long run.   From the perspective of DApp developers, what advantages does Tezos have in terms of contract development language, consensus, and block generation compared to other public chains? Tezos is designed first and foremost as a cryptocurrency. DApps are useful insofar as they enable more uses of the underlying currency, not the other way around. The Tezos smart-contract language has a focus on security and verification. Smart contract bugs can be very costly. For example, the Polkadot team designed Ethereum’s smart contract language Solidity and standard multisignature contracts but a bug in those contracts led them to lose hundreds of millions of dollars of their own money.   In addition to the Delphi upgrade, which reduces the gas cost of smart contracts by 75%, what layout and attempts have Tezos made in the DeFi field? When will the DeFi ecosystem belonging to Tezos appear? Dexter is a decentralized exchange contract deployed on the chain where liquidity has been steadily increasing. The lowest hanging fruit for DeFi ecosystem to take hold is to bring assets to the chain. This is what Tezex and Bender labs are working on, among other things.  
2021-02-24
imToken 2.8.1, now with Tezos support and hardware wallet update

imToken 2.8.1, now with Tezos support and hardware wallet update

We are officially supporting Tezos in imToken and imKey Tron on the hardware wallet Happy new year 2021 to all our fans! We are starting the year by releasing the new version of the imToken wallet.  New in this version:  Manage your Tezos digital assets in imToken wallet for experience transfers and baking; imKey Update: Complete TRX transfer through imKey; More performance improvements and fixes   Tezos now on imToken Born in 2014, Tezos is a Proof-Of-Stake blockchain that has been active when Ethereum was still in its early stages. Since then it has been developed a lot further. Today, Tezos has an overall baking rate of 80%, the highest staking rate of any PoS chain. Now, you can use imToken for everything Tezos: XTZ transfer, collection, and baking and more. Read more about Tezos on imToken on our latest blog. In addition, imToken has now become a Tezos baker, you are still struggling how to choose? Just search for "imToken'' in the bakers list and find us to stake. For Chinese-speaking users we are having an AMA with Tezos’ Arthur, co-founder of Tezos, that will also be published in English on our blog later.   imKey supports TRX transfer and collection TRON is the sixth blockchain supported by imKey after Bitcoin, Ethereum, EOS, COSMOS, and Filecoin. If you are a TRX holder or interested in this project, it is helpful that you upgrade to imToken 2.8.1 for managing your TRON wallet and enjoy transfer and collection with the imKey hardware wallet. Note: The currency update does not require hardware replacement (both imKey Standard Edition and imKey Pro) support without upgrades. How to update Android users: You can download from the official website https://token.im or at your favorite app store iOS users: You can download from the App Store For 1.0 users, please follow the tutorial below to upgrade 1.0 to 2.0 safely: https://support.token.im/hc/en-us/articles/360013262654 https://medium.com/imtoken/tutorial-step-by-step-guide-for-upgrading-to-imtoken-2-0-dbe3b392242 If you face any difficulty using imToken or have any comments and suggestions for us, please submit your feedback directly within the app.   Always backup your keys! Before upgrading, please make sure that all wallet identities have been backed up properly. Please write down the Mnemonic phrase on a physical paper, never store it in the network; Please restrain from sharing your private key, Mnemonic phrase or Keystore to anyone! If you find potential hacking activities in imToken, please report to us via email at hack@token.im to prevent more people from being deceived; Please have a look at our Help Center at https://support.token.im/hc/en-us for more detailed information about imToken.
2021-01-28
Tezos now on imToken

Tezos now on imToken

Today, we are excited to announce support for Tezos. You can update your imToken to the latest version to experience all of Tezos. Create a new Tezos account/address Import & Backup Tezos account View Tezos balance & transaction history Send and receive Tez Delegate and undelegate tez Watch baking rewards and accrued tez On top, we decided to offer our own Tezos baker. You can decide to bake with imToken’s baker or other popular bakers in your wallet. This is special, as we are happy to not only offer the above features but also participate in securing the Tezos blockchain. Tezos Tezos is a decentralized, public blockchain that evolves by upgrading itself. Stakeholders of the Tezos network vote on amendments to the protocol to reach social consensus on proposals, creating a secure and organic upgrading mechanism. The protocol's on-chain governance system, its consensus algorithm based on Proof-of-Stake (PoS), and its ability to facilitate formal verification of smart contracts, make Tezos an ideal long-term solution for high-value financial applications. Learn more about Tezos at https://tezos.com.  ON-CHAIN GOVERNANCE & SELF-AMENDMENT  All stakeholders can participate in governing the protocol. The election cycle provides a formal and systematic procedure for stakeholders to reach agreement on proposed protocol amendments. Self-amendment allows Tezos to upgrade itself without having to split (“fork”) the network into two different blockchains.  SMART CONTRACTS & FORMAL VERIFICATION Smart contracts on Tezos are written in Michelson which facilitates formal verification - a technique used to improve security by mathematically proving that the code works without errors. Smart contracts are used in mission-critical environments such as aerospace, nuclear, etc.  PROOF-OF-STAKE & DELEGATION The mechanism by which the various participants in Tezos reach consensus on the state of the blockchain.  Any stakeholder can participate in the consensus process by putting in a security deposit and be rewarded for contributing to the security and stability of the network. Users who do not wish to participate directly in the consensus protocol can delegate their tokens to other users to participate on their behalf. Current use cases of Tezos French CBDC tests: SocGen uses Tezos blockchain Two months ago, the Banque de France announced it had selected eight firms to participate in its wholesale central bank digital currency (CBDC) trials. One of the eight selected companies is Société Générale (SocGen) Forge, who is using the Tezos blockchain as the platform for the trials. The tests aim to explore the settlement and delivery of securities with a digital Euro. Doubtless, most of the experiments will focus on on-chain settlement. https://ledgerinsights.com/french-cbdc-digital-currency-socgen-societe-generale-tezos-public-blockchain/ Thai Digital Exchange built on Tezos In July of this year, ERX was approved by the Thai SEC to launch a fully-compliant digital asset exchange. This allows ERX, a subsidiary of Elevated Returns, to issue and support exclusively non-bearer assets like real estate backed tokens. The plan is to launch over one billion USD worth of assets on Tezos. The parent company has already tokenized the St. Regis luxury resort in Aspen, Colorado, USA. https://www.coindesk.com/erx-gets-license-to-launch-exchange-in-thailand  BTG Pactual uses Tezos for Security Tokens One of Brazil’s largest banks BTG Pactual and Dubai-based asset manager Dalma Capital announced in July of this year that they would use Tezos network to issue digital securities in excess of one billion USD. They will issue tokens backed by various assets from real estate to sports clubs. https://www.coindesk.com/brazilian-bank-plans-to-use-tezos-blockchain-for-stos-worth-1-billion  How to stake XTZ in imToken How to delegate? Open the XTZ wallet and click on ‘Staking’ Click on ‘Bakers’  Select a baker to delegate Complete password verification Staking complete Tips:  The Tezos blockchain will calculate your rewards after 7 cycles. And the rewards are frozen together with the baker’s security deposit for another 5 cycles. After receiving the rewards, the baker will pay it out to delegators according to the payment schedule.  You can relegate at any time and the redelegation will take effect immediately. The tokens you delegated are not locked or frozen. You can spend them at any time and without any delay. How to redeem? Open the XTZ wallet and click on ‘Staking’ Click on the baker you delegated to Redeem the XTZ tokens staked  Complete password verification Redemption complete Tips: Delegated XTZ can be redeemed at any time, the principal will be credited immediately. You will receive the reward according to the payout schedule after 12 cycles (about 36 days). How to send and receive XTZ in imToken Open the XTZ wallet  Click on ‘XTZ’, then click on ‘Transfer’; or click on ‘Receive’ to copy your wallet address to receive funds Input the transfer info, like amount, receiver address Complete the password verification Transfer complete About imToken imToken is the world’s largest Ethereum digital asset wallet, whose users produce ~10% of all Ethereum transactions. imToken provides access to Tezos (XTZ), Ethereum (ETH), Bitcoin (BTC), EOS, Cosmos (ATOM), TRON, BCH, LTC, Nervos (CKB), Polkadot (DOT), Kusama (KSM) and more.
2021-01-28
 How to claim your LON

How to claim your LON

Tokenlon is giving back to their users. A total of about 6.94 million LON can be claimed by early supporters of imToken since imToken has made a great contribution to the achievements of Tokenlon. Therefore, early supporters of Tokenlon and imToken, both are eligible to claim LON. For detailed information about claim, please refer to : https://tokenlon.zendesk.com/hc/zh-cn/articles/360054635311   Step by step instructions  1、Update to the latest version 2.8.0, then click on ‘Browser’ - ‘LON’ to enter the LON Dashboard or go directly to https://tokenlon.im/lon/dashboard (and use Metamask) 2、If your wallet is eligible for claim, you can view the amount of LON to be claimed in ’My Data’. 3、Click on ‘Claim’ and approve the transaction 4、After the transaction is done, don’t forget to click on the ‘+’ in the upper right corner of the wallet page, and add LON.
2021-02-19
imToken 2.8.0 with the amazing, new Tokenlon 5.0 aggregator released!

imToken 2.8.0 with the amazing, new Tokenlon 5.0 aggregator released!

Tokenlon now aggregates professional market makers, Uniswap and Curve. For you to always get the best price! We had token swap features already in 2018, but nothing comes close to the latest update of Tokenlon. Tokenlon originated in 2017, as part of imToken. Now an independent DEX, it aims to bring token swaps to your decentralized wallet.   Trade on Tokenlon to get the best price of 3 trading venues Trading on the old Tokenlon you would get prices from professional market makers. On the new Tokenlon you get the best prices from those market makers as well as Uniswap and Curve.   In short: You will find more tokens and better prices. Read more on Tokenlon’s blog. On imToken-side we support Tokenlon’s update with a variety of design and functional optimizations: Optimized fee view: Showing corresponding trade fee more clearly.     AMM trade view: Showing slippage and minimum amount for orders on AMMs (i.e. Curve and Uniswap). Advanced trade settings: Add different receiver address and set price slippage for AMM trades. Trades with the professional market makers are still You-See-What-You-Get Zero slippage.     Tokenlon news: Click the bottom view to see the latest Tokenlon news and events.     User feedback: Click on the upper right corner and select ‘User Feedback’ to ask for help or provide suggestions.     imToken 2.8.0 lets you swap directly on the Market view, right next to your trade history. The DeFi Manager got its own view right next to it. Switch by swiping right or clicking the button at the top.   Claim Tokenlon’s LON rewards A total of about 6.94 million LON can be claimed by imToken users. As the incubator and important entry point of Tokenlon, imToken has made a great contribution to the achievements of Tokenlon. Therefore, this part of LON has been allocated to imToken early users, according to the wishes of the imToken team, covering nearly 250,000 addresses.https://tokenlon.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360054635311-LON-Giveback-Program   How to update Android users: You can download from the official website https://token.im or at your favorite app store iOS users: You can download from the App Store If you face any difficulty using imToken or have any comments and suggestions for us, please submit your feedback directly within the app.   Always backup your keys! Before upgrading, please make sure that all wallet identities have been backed up properly. Please write down the Mnemonic phrase on a physical paper, never store it in the network; Please restrain from sharing your private key, Mnemonic phrase or Keystore to anyone! If you find potential hacking activities in imToken, please report to us via email at hack@token.im to prevent more people from being deceived; Please have a look at our Help Center at https://support.token.im/hc/en-us for more detailed information about imToken.  
2021-03-06

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