[Poll]: full OMNI to ERC20 swap

I love finding gold nuggets on this forum like this too! :exploding_head: You have to read all the threads here to get the treasure! :sweat_smile:

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BTW, to add - I think test nets are the best form of marketing of all. To get to see these iterations burst into life is an amazing and interactive experience, which draws us all into the journey. I don’t think it’s just me either, as the price has been steadily rising with anticipation too!

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We can use ETH sidechain for the distribution. A transaction there is less than 1 cent.


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Trezor support Omni and therefore MAID, maybe you know that and are talking about SNT but I want to clarify for anyone reading.

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Thanks @happybeing but unless I have completely missed something, it’s not simply a case of slamming in the Trezor and sending the Maid over, or even to the BTC wallet address? Anything more complicated than that is a high barrier to entry.

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In fact, that’s right. It’s so easy, see the pictures in the manual:


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Not fully. I can’t use a bitcoin address with 1 in the title to receive and to send I have to use some strange website on GitHub. To people outside of this group, they’re already lost. This is not ‘Turnkey’ by any stretch of the imagination - respectfully.

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To be fair, it is very simple to send it TO the Trezor, but sending FROM the Trezor is a bit more of a hassle…at least compared to sending BTC. I wouldn’t say it is difficult, but it isn’t as simple as sending from a true native wallet. For example, if you are trying to do a swap at Changelly, you can’t just send the MAID from the Trezor to Changelly, you have to remove it from the Trezor with omni first.

Edit: I was under a wrong impression about the preceding paragraph. Please see the following responses before dismissing the Trezor as a hassle.

As I understand it, it is no different than using Trezor than for any other currency. Am I mistaken?

It’s a little different, because the Trezor software doesn’t allow you to see or send MAID directly.

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The Trezor software is their site. The MAID software is another site. It’s super easy compared to everything I use on the ETH network (metamask for example)…


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Interesting how people perceive things differently. I find Metamask much more straightforward…until you get into adding Binance Smart Chain or something.

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Let’s just admit it guys. It’s all awful isn’t it?

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Trezor just released a new official version of Trezor Suite.

Support for Omni tokens is there, but is not official. I filed a feature request a while back.

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Yes, and you can’t see your MAID there. Nor can you send it from their site.

Yes, in the same way that you can’t see your coins in all networks in MetaMask unless you switch to another URL …


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Except once you do that, you can see and send directly. With Trezor/MAID you have to send to an intermediate wallet before you can put it on an exchange.

I’m not complaining. As I said, it isn’t that hard…and there’s always a bit of a learning curve for any new wallet one uses.

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Can you explain more about that. I recently transferred MAId to an exchange directly from my Trezor without an intermediary address. What problem did you encounter?


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Huh, cool. I may be misremembering. It has been quite some time. So the omni-trezor software lets you send to any address? I thought I remembered having to extract it to omniwallet first, then send it somewhere.

You can send to any address directly… They even add support for address starting with 1* and 3*.


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