In 2020 we transitioned from our now redundant STORM token to our current STMX token. This was in order to implement critical security updates and implement new features for the growth of the company.
To ensure all users had ample time to swap their token, we ran the swap for five months. Unfortunately, there were a few users who didn't swap their tokens in time, and due to this, we decided to reopen the swap.
Since reopening the swap, we have received a few questions from our community that we wanted to answer, as they have been raised a few times.
Q. I hold $STMX, do I need to do anything?
A. No, if you hold $STMX you do not need to swap.
Q. I submitted the form 1-2 weeks ago, but I still haven't received my tokens.
A. We are checking each submission for eligibility—we payout weekly after this check, in some cases this may take up to 2 weeks.
Q. What are base cases, and what are edge cases?
A. We divided all cases into two sorts, the base cases, and the edge cases.
The base cases consist of wallets that didn't move their tokens during or after the first swap.
The edge cases consist of wallets that did move their tokens during or after the first swap.
Q. I received an e-mail that the swap of my tokens was successful, but when I checked my wallet, there were no STMX tokens.
A. Our email elves were too quick, apologies, we accidentally sent a small batch of users their swap email a little too early.
Q. My wallet doesn't support $STMX (Exodus, Jaxx, etc.). How can I reach my tokens?
A. A lot of wallets don't support $STMX. There is an easy way to migrate your current wallet into MetaMask. There are a lot of videos around this subject on YouTube. (For example, this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k96T-E_tSxg)
Q. I received the $STMX tokens, but my STORM tokens are still in my wallet.
A. Correct, we send you the amount of $STMX on a 1:1 base. We do not need the STORM tokens back. You can burn them or keep them as a souvenir ;).