Token Swap — How to Obtain Native MainNet FSN Coins

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Token Swap

How to execute Token Swap and obtain native FSN coins?

ERC-20 FSN

EFSN (from Fusion’s PSN Test Network)

Exchanges and Liquidity

Asset Gateway: Switching from Native FSN coins on Fusion MainNet back to ERC20 FSN

  1. Switching from native FSN on Fusion MainNet back to ERC20 FSN using the Asset Gateway will be disabled until the 14th of July.
  2. There will be a 1% fee associated with switching from native FSN on Fusion MainNet back to ERC20 FSN.

Hardware wallets

Additional Notes

  • Most exchanges in the short term will continue to support ERC20 FSN trading instead of native FSN. When you deposit to the exchanges, please pay attention to the type of FSN tokens that they are supporting. You might lose your coins or tokens if you send the wrong type of FSN.
  • Only native FSN coins on Fusion MainNet can be used for staking.
  • There is no requirement to transition to native FSN on Fusion MainNet in the short/medium term.
  • UpBit exchange will support native FSN shortly, follow their Social Media for exact timing.
  • Be careful sending ERC20 FSN directly to a wallet address on Fusion’s MainNet, they may well be difficult to access unless you are very experienced in cryptography.
  • Be careful sending MainNet FSN directly to a wallet address on the Ethereum network, they may well be difficult to access unless you are very experienced in cryptography.
  • Do not send ERC 20 FSN to Easy Swap address directly from an exchange.
  • Be careful of phishing websites, only obtain Token Swap address from www.fusion.org after MainNet goes live on the 30th of June.

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