Your withdrawal address is the addressaddress - Used to send and receive transactions on a blockchain network. An address is an alphanumeric character string, which can also be represented as a scannable QR code. where we send your MTOMTO - Merchant Token ERC20ERC20 - ERC is the abbreviation for Ethereum Request for Comment and is followed by the assignment number of the standard. ERC20 is a technical standard for smart contracts the majority of Ethereum tokens follow. This list of rules states the requirements that a token must fulfill to be compliant and function within the Ethereum network. TokenToken - A Token represents an asset built on an existing blockchain (different from a coin). Tokens are designed to be unique, liquid, secure, instantly transferable, and digitally scarce. to after the ICOICO - An Initial Coin Offering (also called ICO) occurs when a new cryptocurrency sells advance tokens in exchange for upfront capital. .
You can withdraw your MTO ERC20 tokens to any Ethereum address. If you withdraw them to an exchange wallet where MTO is not listed, then you will not be able to trade them until we are listed on that specific exchange. On some exchanges you will see the tokens even if MTO is not listed yet, and on others not. But the tokens will be there.
However, we recommend you to withdraw your MTOs to a ERC20 compatible wallet instead. Then you have full control over your tokens and can send them to any exchange later when it suits you.
There are many ERC20 compatible wallets out there, but we have prepared a list of some we recommend: Compatible Mobile app and Token wallets
Make sure you double check this address before submitting it to us, because it can not be changed!
We will allow ONE change of this address, more info will be available before the ICO ends.
Updated 4 months ago