[How To]: Buy/Move/Store ERC20 eMAID

Anybody know how long it takes for the emaid to arrive back, once the omni send has been confirmed on the btc blockchain a few times?

From altcoinonomy? I think mine took a day or two if I remember right. They have a batch schedule they do things on, they don’t process each transaction separately. It depends how close you send in your coins to the scheduled batch process I would assume.


I went to get some eMAID and the ETH gas fee was >$50. I think now would be a wonderful time to take advantage of inter-Blockchain communication, and the EOS EVM since Antelope IO’s currency and economic model is similar to the safe network and SNT.

The ENF has some funding to build onto their EVM.

If you say so…

The solution to the problem is a limit order in 1inch - the fee is paid by the person taking the order.

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After you see it is in the gnosis queue it will take around 24-36 hours for it to be in your ethereum wallet.

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I received the following question in a private message, I am posting the answer here as well in case the same question arises in the future:


UniSwap, being a decentralized exchange, relies on smart contracts to facilitate token swaps. However, not all tokens on the Ethereum network are compatible or safe to be traded on UniSwap. Therefore, to ensure the security and stability of the platform, UniSwap maintains a list of allowed tokens.

Tokens listed on UniSwap are usually well-known and reputable ERC-20 tokens that have undergone thorough scrutiny to minimize the risk of scams, hacks, or other vulnerabilities. Tokens must meet certain criteria and undergo a vetting process before they are added to the list of allowed tokens.

eMAID is not natively supported by UniSwap’s user interface at present.

There are many such tokens, especially newer or less well-known ones, which do not have dedicated user interfaces or a direct listing on exchanges like UniSwap. Instead, users can still trade these tokens on DEXs like UniSwap by manually inputting the smart contract address of the token.

In this case, to trade eMAID on UniSwap, users would need to:

  1. Find the smart contract address of the eMAID token. This can often be found on the token’s official website, social media channels, or by searching on blockchain explorers like Etherscan.
  2. Access UniSwap’s trading interface and select “Add token” or a similar function.
  3. Input the smart contract address of eMAID to manually add it to the list of tokens that UniSwap can recognize.
  4. Once the token is added, users should be able to trade eMAID like any other supported token on UniSwap.

Keep in mind that manually inputting the smart contract address comes with certain risks, as it requires a high level of diligence to ensure that the address is accurate and corresponds to the correct token. Always double-check the address to avoid sending your funds to the wrong smart contract, as transactions on the Ethereum blockchain are irreversible.

So go to the eMAID/USDC pool and click Trade :

Then change USDC to ETH.

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Dexscreener has new functionality, when you hover over an address it shows:

  • how much eMAID bought in total
  • how much eMAID has sold in total
  • in profit or loss
  • how long has it been a holder

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What would it take for eMAID to get on this list?


A little clarification: UniSwap the Brooklyn company is not DeFi - it is a centralized frontend website.

UniSwap the protocol that powers this website is DeFi.

Any effort to add eMAID to centralized lists opens us up to the danger of being removed from them at a later stage. It is much better to focus efforts on educating people how to use decentralized frontends.

And having said all that I’m sure eMAID will be added to their list when it appears on more centralized exchanges and has more volume…

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Just bumping this thread.


I find the storing eMAID part of this thread lacking. What are the best options? I guess first choice for many would be hardware wallet, but I have never used one.

How about paper wallet? How to make one?

At the moment I have only a small amount of eMAID from trying out the exchange process when it was set up. I was comfortable with using Metamask for that, but I wouldn’t trust it with all my holdings. I added Metamask to my Brave browser as an extension on Ubuntu, and when doing so there was a warning of “unknown program”, or something like that - for example. Even if my Metamask is legit (which it likely is), it seems far too “live” to be my vault.

What are the options that would resemble Bitcoin paper wallet? Or other options for cold storage?

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Trezor works like a charm and the Emaid tokens show up natively in Trezor suite so I would say that is the best option for your cold storage.

Any ERC20 compatible hardware wallet would work (inc Trezor & Ledger), or you can use an offline computer with MyEthetWallet offline signing + broadcasting from an online computer (there are likely other similar services).

You could make ETH paper wallet as well if you preferred, and then import the keys to something that can sign it (hardware wallet / offline MyEtherWallet / MetaMask / other web wallet) when you want to spend.