When you stake ADX tokens to our staking portal, you receive the so-called Proof-of-stake (staking position) tokens. If you're a Loyalty pool staker, you receive ADX-LOYALTY tokens, and if you've staked to the Validator Tom pool, your PoS tokens are called ADX-STAKING.
In order to move your ADX-STAKING and/or ADX-LOYALTY tokens to your Ambire Wallet account, simply follow the steps below.
If you staked with MetaMask
Step 1: Open the MetaMask account you have used to stake your ADX tokens, scroll down to the bottom of the window and click on "import tokens":
Step 2: Select "Custom Token" and paste the contract address of your PoS tokens:
- For ADX-STAKING: 0xb6456b57f03352be48bf101b46c1752a0813491a
- For ADX-LOYALTY: 0xd9a4cb9dc9296e111c66dfacab8be034ee2e1c2c
Then click on the "Add Custom Token" button.
Step 3: Once you see the amount of ADX-STAKED or ADX-LOYALTY tokens you have in your wallet, click on the "Import tokens" button.
NOTE: Keep in mind that your ADX-STAKING/ ADX-LOYALTY balance is different from your ADX tokens balance. This is because your PoS tokens represent your share in the staking pool, and they are not equivalent to ADX tokens.
Step 4: You will be able to see the ADX-STAKED tokens in your assets list in Metamask.
Step 5: All you need to do now is send your ADX-Staking tokens from Metamask to your Ambire Wallet address on the Ethereum network.
If you staked with Trezor or Ledger
If you used a hardware wallet to stake your tokens, you can simply connect it to Metamask:
Step 1: Log in to your MetaMask account.
Step 2: Select the icon on the top-right corner
Step 3: Select Connect Hardware Wallet
Step 4: Choose ledger or trezor
Step 5: Click connect
Step 6: Select an account you want to interact with (note: MetaMask can only have one account connected and accessible at any given time)
Step 7: Scroll up this page and follow the instructions for staking with MetaMask.
Note: If you're using a Hardware Wallet and it's not connected to MetaMask, you can also use MyCrypto (click here for tutorials) or MyEtherWallet (click here for tutorials).
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