How to Store Javvy Tokens in an ERC20 Compatible Wallet

How to Store Javvy Tokens in an ERC20 Compatible Wallet

Learn how to use special crypto wallets to store ICO tokens

PLEASE NOTE THAT TRADITIONAL CRYPTOCURRENCY EXCHANGES WILL NOT WORK!!

YOU MUST USE THE JAVVY CRYPTO WALLET.

Known Compatible Wallets

Naturally, we strongly recommend using the Javvy wallet for all ICO/STO token sales.

Adding Custom ERC20 Tokens to a Compatible Wallet

If you do want to move your Javvy tokens out of your Javvy wallet, for some reason, the following instructions may help you. Please note that all Javvy tokens are locked until the ICO ends.

Sign up with MyEtherWallet, create a new wallet, and be sure to backup your address and private key information.

Once the wallet is created and backed up, go to “View Wallet Info” or “Send Ether or Tokens”. Enter in your information to pull up the wallet, and then click “Add Custom Token”.

MyEtherWallet Screenshots (click to view)
Add custom token to MyEtherWallet

Add custom token info to MyEtherWallet

Enter in the following token contract:

Address: TBA
Token Symbol: JVY
Decimals: 18

Once successful, it will likely auto-load, but when you next visit MyEtherWallet, you may have to click “Load Token Balances” to see the balance of JVY (or any other custom token you added). If you ever clear your browser’s cookies, you may have to repeat this process, unless MyEtherWallet makes this process more permanent.

Contributing to the Javvy ICO

Download the Javvy wallet to get whitelisted and then contribute through the wallet… easy!

Cost of JVY: 0.0004 ETH (2,500 JVY per ETH)

Result: JVY tokens will be automatically distributed, within a few minutes, to the contributing wallet address.

Known Incompatible Wallets

NEVER USE THE FOLLOWING WALLETS FOR ICO TOKEN SALES!!

  • Any Bitcoin exchange (e.g. Coinbase, Kraken, Bitfinex, etc) *
  • Any Ethereum exchange
  • Jaxx
  • Exodus

*Uses NON Smart Contract Options that are not compatible with ERC20 ICO/token Smart Contracts.

Note: For the Javvy ICO, we enforce a whitelist (for KYC/AML policies) within our smart contracts. So, attempting to contribute directly to the Javvy ICO, without going through the whitelisting process, will result in a failed transaction.