Sirwin
Sirwin

Short #2 DBXen is down / How to claim *DXN without dbxen.org interface


 

I have a quick update on how to claim tokens on a network other than ETH, as we no longer have access to the dbxen.org interface on the xen.network website. The creator of the dbxen.org project has decided to protest for their own reasons, which we won't discuss here.

 

They have disabled the interface, making it impossible for individuals without technical knowledge of contract handling to claim tokens. In the following steps, I will explain how to claim tokens using the BSC network as an example (for other networks, use a different block explorer and follow similar steps).

 

1. Go to the contract address: https://bscscan.com/address/0x9caf6C4e5B9E3A6f83182Befd782304c7A8EE6De

 

2. Select the "Write Contract" tab.

 

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3. Then, proceed to Write Contract.

 

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4. Connect your wallet.

 

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5. Locate the claimRewards function and click write, then confirm the transaction.

 

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The bDXN token, or any other token depending on the network you are using, will be in your wallet. You can also use the claimFees function to claim any outstanding fees.

 

Enjoy!      

 

Polish Language:  https://ecency.com/polish/@chainableit/en-pl-short-2-dbxen

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