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What are the differences between Ether (ETH) and ETH Token?

Ether can be exchanged at the rate of 1 to 1 into ETH Token. ETH Token is a standard token with all of its functions defined in the smart contract located at 0x6e01ee36b522a824609b7F7DfB5e4AA8Fbb48934 (Ethereum) and 0x950041C1599529a9f64cF2be59fFb86072f00111 (Ropsten).

What are the uses of ETH Token?

ETH Token allows code written for standard tokens to be reused for ETH. It can also help developers avoid calling untrusted contracts when the intention is to send ETH. Having one ETH Token will reduce the number of transactions when using it across different dapps. It enables a client to retrieve historical transaction records.

It is showing “No Network Found”, what do I need?

You are not connected to the Ethereum network. For the best experience, please open this site using the Mist browser or using Google Chrome with the MetaMask plugin installed.

Who controls the ETH Token smart contract?

This smart contract is autonomous and there are no admin access.

Where can I see the source code of the smart contract?

The source code are verified and can be viewed at EtherScan for Ethereum and Ropsten networks. The source code is also uploaded to Github for discussion.

What does create, redeem and transfer do?

Create exchanges your ETH into ETH Token at the rate of 1 to 1. Redeem exchanges your ETH Token back to ETH at the rate of 1 to 1. Transfer sends your ETH Token to another address.

It says “Confirming”, how long do I need to wait?

Please allow 1 minute for your transaction to be mined.

What are the fees?

There are no additional fees other than gas for miners.

How can I create a similar site like yours?

We have written the website code in a fairly readable form, you can directly right click and view the page source to learn how to build sites that interacts with Ethereum.

I made a mistake, what can I do?

Due to the nature of public blockchains, transactions are not reversible. Use the Ropsten test network to familiarise and check every transaction carefully before signing.

I found some bugs, where do I report them?

Please open an issue at our Github and we will look into fixing them.

Where can I get support?

Please open an issue at our Github or contact us by sending an email to [email protected] if you have any questions.

Which data source are you using to display the network stats?

They are powered by Infura.

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