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Nuls will be closing down Mainnet Swap function on March 21st

By Inkarias - 2020-02-29

After the NULS2.0 mainnet was officially launched on September 12th, 2019, to avoid any potential losses experienced by users, the NULS team had reopened the NULS mainnet swapping function in accordance with the predefined policies. The swapping system is available freely at https://swap.nuls.io with a set of instructions on the page to map the ERC20 token held to the NULS2.0 mainnet token. According to the established plan, the swap function of the NULS mainnet will stop on March 21st, 2020.

Investors of the community who have not completed swapping must do so beforehand. Overdue requests will not be processed by the system if they are done after this date. At that time, the relevant ERC20 token in the account will be donated to NULS Community Fund directly. At present, the NULS core blockchain-building product, “Chain Factory,” has been launched and is available for free for a limited to anyone who would like to build a blockchain. The Chain Factory removes the technical barriers of blockchain, and simultaneously provides access to high-quality third-party services, that are committed to building a complete blockchain solution platform to help anyone build a blockchain at a low cost.

How to swap?

Once the swapping application is successfully submitted, investors will get a unique ETH recycling address. After the swapping starts, it will be required to transfer the original NULS tokens to this unique address. After the coin is transferred, the new mainnet NULS coin will be transferred to the NULS address previously submitted. According to the swapping support rules, the system will automatically charge a 1% service fee for each operation performed. In case of issues, while trying to swap, investors must save the transfer screenshot and other related information and contact support@nuls.io to report the problem.

More details at https://www.nuls.io/