STORH™ Token Transfer Update

Published on June 7, 2019 Back to Articles
This week we have started with the approval of the Wallets and transfer of the STORH™ Token - We have noticed some people enter a phone number or confirmation number instead of the public key (address) - An Ethereum address represents an account. For external owned accounts, the address is derived as the last 20 bytes of the public key controlling the account, e.g., cd2a3d9f938e13cd947ec05abc7fe734df8dd826. This is a hexadecimal format (base 16 notation), which is often indicated explicitly by prepending 0x to the address. Since each byte of the address is represented by 2 hex characters, a prefixed address is 42 characters long. Tip: some wallets are being denied if this is your case you may have to take of the "0x" away - If you have not created your Ethereum wallet yet create here: - If you have a Trezor, Nano Ledger, or any other Hardware wallet you can use these.


June 7, 2019