How to Check the Balance of Your Wallet.dat for Migration to Mchain v2
📄️ Check Your v1 Balance
If you are a user of Mchain and preparing to migrate to version 2 of the chain, it is essential to ensure that your wallet.dat has a balance before proceeding with the migration. To help with this, we provide a simple tool that allows you to verify the balance of your MAR addresses without sharing your private key. Additionally, if you only need to check the balance of a single address, you can use our tool at https://mchain.network/balance to get that information. However, this guide is specifically designed for a bulk address query from your wallet.dat. Using an HTML file and the ‘dumpwallet’ command in the Mchain Core desktop program (similar to Bitcoin Core), you can process your wallet.dat locally and query the balance of your addresses.
📄️ MAR ERC20 Distribution
October 1st promises to be a historic day for the Mchain community, marking the commencement of the MAR ERC20 tokens distribution. On this occasion, we bring you details on the proposed improvements and an optimized redistribution structure designed to foster a prosperous future for all community members. Here is everything you need to know:
📄️ Sign Your Ethereum Address
If you are an Mchain v1 user and want to claim your MAR tokens in ERC20 format, this article is for you. The claim process requires you to sign a message containing the Ethereum address where you want to receive your MAR ERC2O using your Mchain v1 private key for the signature. Below, we will explain how to do this safely and efficiently.
📄️ Next Steps
As a Mchain v1 holder, staying updated with the latest developments is essential, especially concerning the migration process. We're working diligently to ensure a seamless transition for you, and there will be additional steps and instructions soon.