The CanYaCoin ICO audit required a 100% check of all contributions to the CAN ICO. This has been a very time consuming process and has required patience from both the CanYa Team and the CanYa Community.
The audit has revealed a lot of transactions from exchange wallets that would likely have lead to participants losing their CAN tokens forever. This is why we decided on a ‘post-ICO distribution’ rather than an ‘automatic smart contract’.
Other common issues have been identified and these participates have received requests for further information from the CanYa Support email channel (email@example.com).
CAN Token Distribution
Now that the audit has come to a conclusion CAN tokens have begun to be distributed via the CanYaCoin Token Distribution schedule. This process was automated and will occur as the Ethereum network allows.
The CanYa Team has organised support from many common platforms that will mean automatic native support of the CAN token. The following platforms will not require the user to manually add the CAN token:
- MyEtherWallet (you will need to click on ‘CAN’ in the token list but after this it will always remain visible)
The recommended platforms for contributing to the CAN ICO were the ones listed above; these all have native support. Other platforms were used to contribute to the CAN ICO and it will be up to the individual to seek guidance on how to add the CanYaCoin to this platform.
The CanYaCoin token details can be found by searching “CanYaCoin” at EtherScan.io (https://etherscan.io/token/0x1d462414fe14cf489c7a21cac78509f4bf8cd7c0).
If you have used a wallet like Jaxx or Exodus, the process to actually move your CAN tokens will be more complex. Because CanYa doesn’t yet have native support on these platforms (and you cannot manually add tokens) you will only be able to see your CAN by searching for your ETH wallet address at etherscan.io and looking in the ‘Token Transfers‘.
If you want to move your CAN (or any other ERC20 token that doesn’t have native support) you will need to export your private keys to another platform that allows manual addition of tokens (see the list above for examples). There are many guides online that will step you through this process.
Now that the CAN tokens have been distributed we will be able to announce the exchanges that will list CanYaCoin. The exchanges will first be announced on our Telegram channels (CanYa Community + CanYa Announcements) and then across our social channels. To be the first to find out where the CAN tokens will be listed, join our Telegram channels.
CAN tokens will be live on 2 exchanges as early as 11pm (AEDT) on the 08 Jan 18. There will be more to follow.
The CanYa HODL Club has received a lot of interest, from both the CanYa Community and the wider cryptocommunity, and we are proud to be leading the way in eliminating the post-ICO Pump & Dump effect.
The intention of the CanYa HODL Club is simply to HODL your CAN (for more details, read the CanYa HODL Club blog). If you have want to transfer your CAN to a more secure and longterm solution (like a Ledger hardware wallet) please follow this procedure:
- Transfer ALL of your CAN tokens to your longterm HODL solution.
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org with details of your old ETH wallet, new ETH wallet and your TX ID.
Due to the rise in price of ETH and the HODL club numbers being calculated prior to this we will be changing how the HODL club will work. Expect a comprehensive blog to follow shortly.
If you have not received your CAN by the 08 January 2018, please email email@example.com with your ETH address and we will provide further clarification. Some CAN contributions have been placed on ‘Hold’ as they have been flagged for compliance, KYC or transaction issues.
For all the latest news and updates on CanYa:
- Website: https://canya.io
- Telegram Announcements: https://t.me/canyacoin
- Telegram Community: https://t.me/CanYaCommunity
- Twitter: https://twitter.com/canyacoin
- LinkedIn: https://au.linkedin.com/company/canya
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CanYaCoin/