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The Open Application Network will continue to operate and function for our community. That being said, we will continue to provide tools for staking and interacting with the network. As always for any questions users may have we recommend first connecting with the community on Reddit. In the unlikely scenario that the community is not able to support, please see the FAQ below. Finally, for any token swap or technical issues you can submit a ticket through the service desk located here.
1. Where can I store my Aion?
We recommend using either the desktop wallet or the web-based Aion Wallet; more information can be found in “Docs” (link at top of page).
2. Where can I stake my Aion?
You can use the original staking interface which has support for staking pool operators, or the web-based Aion Wallet.
3. Where can I check on a transaction on The Open Application Network?
You can visit either the web-based Aion Wallet or the Aion Dashboard to view a transaction on the network.
4. Where can I see the current network performance of The Open Application Network?
You can visit the Aion Dashboard to see how the Open Application Network is performing.
5. What should I do if the desktop wallet or the web based wallet are not functioning properly?
First check in with the community on the community subreddit. If the community is not able to assist then you can submit a ticket through the service desk located here.
6. The Open Application Network is currently providing support to help maintain the network; where can I see the funds that The Open Application Network has mined or received as a stake reward?
All funds mined or rewarded for staking that the foundation receives are burned to this address: 0x0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 users can check the totals burned via the Aion Dashboard here.
7. What is the total circulating supply of Aion?
To view the current total circulating supply of Aion you can use the Aion Watch tool located here.
9. If I still have ERC-20 Aion how can I exchange this for Aion on The Open Application Network’s mainnet?
The official swap using the Aion bridge finalized December, 2018. However, if you do still have Aion you can follow this guide in order to submit a service ticket and have your Aion manually swapped. As this is a manual process it does take time to process. We are currently working on ways to improve visibility to our community on outstanding tickets and to accelerate the process of processing tickets.
10. What is the progress of my swap request?
Thanks for your patience. We are monitoring the SWAP process and will be processing requests submitted to the Aion ERC20 Swap Tool (https://swap.theoan.com/). Going forward, we will share the following swap details with the community on a monthly basis. Information below summarizes swap activities during the last month as of April 19, 2021.
51 Successful swaps
40 Unsuccessful swaps – tickets require more information (see below)
91 Swaps tickets resolved in the last month
45 Remaining swap tickets in queue.
11. Why are some swaps unsuccessful?
Reasons that prevent a successful swap include (1) tokens already swapped (duplicate request), (2) incorrectly signed ETH message, (3) ETH address does not own Aion, and (4) no native Aion address provided in signed message.Please review the Aion Token Swap instructions before creating a swap request to ensure the best probability of success: https://docs-aion.theoan.com/docs/token-swap.
12. How can I export a list of my transactions?
If you would like to download a copy of your transaction history you can use mainnet.theoan.com and search for your public address. In the bottom right of your screen is a “Download this Account” button which will allow you to select a date range and download a .csv file containing your transactions.
13. Where can I access a copy of The OAN and Aion Brand Guidelines?
The OAN and Aion Brand Guidelines can be located here they can be used by the community to create brand aligned content.
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