On American Institute for Crypto Investors LIVE with Nick Black, we received a question about MetaMask and SingularityNET (AGIX) that a lot of our readers seem to have.
Don’t worry, you’ve got us in your corner to get you the answers you need. And it just so happens to come straight from Alternative Wealth Daily Advisory Board member David Zeiler‘s original guide How to Buy SingularityNET (AGIX).
Prepare Your MetaMask Wallet
If you don’t add AGIX to your MetaMask wallet before you send the AGIX tokens, they will not be lost. They’ll be in your wallet; you just won’t be able to see them.
Open your MetaMask wallet. Near the bottom of the page, you should see a question, “Don’t see your token?” Click on the link “import tokens” below the question. A box will appear that allows you to search for a token.
Type in AGIX, and you will see SingularityNET appear at the top of a list. Click on it, then click the blue “Next” button at the bottom.
That will bring up another box that asks if you would like to import these tokens (SingularityNET will be shown). Click on the blue “Import Tokens” button at the bottom, and you will go to a page that shows how much AGIX you have in MetaMask and any activity. It should show zero.
Now, your MetaMask wallet is ready to receive your AGIX tokens.
If by chance you follow these steps and still don’t see your tokens…take a deep breath. It will be okay!
Go ahead and click on “Custom Token” located next to “Search.”
From here, you’ll enter your token address, which you’ll find in your KuCoin account under your Main Account.
This is basically your KuCoin account address, so make sure to copy and paste it for accuracy.
Then enter the token symbol of AGIX and your token of precision, which will be how many coins you bought on KuCoin.
The option for SingularityNET (AGIX) should appear. Make sure you select SingularityNET (AGIX) and not SingularityNET (AGI).
For our full guide on how to set up your MetaMask account, click here.
All the best,
The Alternative Wealth Daily Research Team
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