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Create a Testnet Account to Ensure You’re in Line for Mainnet

Digitex Futures
• Digitex
July 6, 2020

It’s been an absolutely stellar week for the DGTX token – 55% gains in the last seven days, according to CoinMarketCap! Winners of our 2019 waitlist contest are eligible to receive free DGTX tokens, allowing them to capitalize on some of these gains. If you’ve previously signed up for our waitlist and have been patiently waiting to access the mainnet, read on to find out how!

The Short Version: Everyone needs a testnet account to get waitlisted for the mainnet, and waitlist winners can only claim their DGTX airdrops once they’re onboarded via a testnet signup.

Call to Action – Create a Testnet Account to Ensure You Get Onboarded to Mainnet

Last week, we aimed to onboard 1,000 users from the waitlist to the DFE mainnet. Unfortunately, we weren’t quite able to hit the target, because not all waitlisters responded to our email request to ensure they had a testnet account. Because the DFE mainnet isn’t yet open to the general public, the development team has to manually grant access and to do that, users MUST have a testnet account.

So waitlisters could be missing out on the opportunity to join zero-fee trading on the mainnet simply by failing to create a testnet account. There’s no requirement for you to trade on the testnet – simply sign up and create your account. When we conduct the weekly onboarding, we will send an invitation email to notify those who are being onboarded. You can then activate your mainnet account using your testnet logon credentials, and start trading – live and with zero commissions!

I’m a Waitlist Winner – How Can I Claim My Airdropped DGTX?

If you’re a waitlist winner, you will receive your waitlist prize tokens on your account when you log in. However, you have to trade them to be able to withdraw them. Withdrawal will be permitted once you reach 5,000 contracts in traded volume, whether you’re opening long or short positions. Once you close a position that takes you over 5,000 contracts traded in total volume, you can withdraw your DGTX.

Automatic withdrawals of less than 5000 DGTX will become available by Tuesday, July 7. From that date, providing you’ve reached 5,000 contracts traded, you can withdraw your waitlist prize DGTX in the usual way.

If you want to withdraw DGTX but you haven’t yet traded 5,000 contracts, then you’ll have to contact support for your request to be considered.

Please note that automatic withdrawals are currently capped at 5,000 DGTX. If you want to withdraw more than 5,000 DGTX then you’ll have to open a support ticket in any case.

If you’re a waitlist winner and you can’t see your airdropped tokens on your account, please open a support ticket. The chances are you’re using a different email address, so our support agents will verify your eligibility and manually credit the tokens once you confirm the email address you were using for the waitlist contest.

Finally, please rest assured that the requirement to create a testnet account before mainnet onboarding only applies during the onboarding phase. Once we open to the public, there will be a single signup for the DFE which will grant friction-free access to both the testnet and the mainnet. We plan to keep the testnet live so that users can use it to back-test trading strategies and practice with play DGTX if they wish.

In summary: if you haven’t yet created your testnet account, we urge everyone to do so ASAP to ensure that we can accelerate the mainnet onboarding as quickly as possible. Thanks for your cooperation, and see you on the inside!

July 6, 2020
Digitex Futures

Create a Testnet Account to Ensure You’re in Line for Mainnet

Digitex
mainnet

It’s been an absolutely stellar week for the DGTX token – 55% gains in the last seven days, according to CoinMarketCap! Winners of our 2019 waitlist contest are eligible to receive free DGTX tokens, allowing them to capitalize on some of these gains. If you’ve previously signed up for our waitlist and have been patiently waiting to access the mainnet, read on to find out how!

The Short Version: Everyone needs a testnet account to get waitlisted for the mainnet, and waitlist winners can only claim their DGTX airdrops once they’re onboarded via a testnet signup.

Call to Action – Create a Testnet Account to Ensure You Get Onboarded to Mainnet

Last week, we aimed to onboard 1,000 users from the waitlist to the DFE mainnet. Unfortunately, we weren’t quite able to hit the target, because not all waitlisters responded to our email request to ensure they had a testnet account. Because the DFE mainnet isn’t yet open to the general public, the development team has to manually grant access and to do that, users MUST have a testnet account.

So waitlisters could be missing out on the opportunity to join zero-fee trading on the mainnet simply by failing to create a testnet account. There’s no requirement for you to trade on the testnet – simply sign up and create your account. When we conduct the weekly onboarding, we will send an invitation email to notify those who are being onboarded. You can then activate your mainnet account using your testnet logon credentials, and start trading – live and with zero commissions!

I’m a Waitlist Winner – How Can I Claim My Airdropped DGTX?

If you’re a waitlist winner, you will receive your waitlist prize tokens on your account when you log in. However, you have to trade them to be able to withdraw them. Withdrawal will be permitted once you reach 5,000 contracts in traded volume, whether you’re opening long or short positions. Once you close a position that takes you over 5,000 contracts traded in total volume, you can withdraw your DGTX.

Automatic withdrawals of less than 5000 DGTX will become available by Tuesday, July 7. From that date, providing you’ve reached 5,000 contracts traded, you can withdraw your waitlist prize DGTX in the usual way.

If you want to withdraw DGTX but you haven’t yet traded 5,000 contracts, then you’ll have to contact support for your request to be considered.

Please note that automatic withdrawals are currently capped at 5,000 DGTX. If you want to withdraw more than 5,000 DGTX then you’ll have to open a support ticket in any case.

If you’re a waitlist winner and you can’t see your airdropped tokens on your account, please open a support ticket. The chances are you’re using a different email address, so our support agents will verify your eligibility and manually credit the tokens once you confirm the email address you were using for the waitlist contest.

Finally, please rest assured that the requirement to create a testnet account before mainnet onboarding only applies during the onboarding phase. Once we open to the public, there will be a single signup for the DFE which will grant friction-free access to both the testnet and the mainnet. We plan to keep the testnet live so that users can use it to back-test trading strategies and practice with play DGTX if they wish.

In summary: if you haven’t yet created your testnet account, we urge everyone to do so ASAP to ensure that we can accelerate the mainnet onboarding as quickly as possible. Thanks for your cooperation, and see you on the inside!

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