You received 888,888 Kick Tokens. Now what?

You received 888,888 Kick Tokens. Now what?

By ScreenTag | The Other Side | 1 Apr 2020


Maybe you haven't even noticed that. Many wallets have received 888,888 Kick Tokens through random distribution. Don't blame yourself you didn't know about that transfer. It's because you were never notified about this transfer in order to add the token in your list of tokens on your wallet. Even if you did know that, Kick Token's reputation is non-existent, and their symbol (KICK) is not shown among the listed tokens on Metamask - or any other wallet you may be using. You need to add the token manually, by entering the token address (0xC12D1c73eE7DC3615BA4e37E4ABFdbDDFA38907E).

So, you have received those thousands of Kick Tokens. What can you do with them?

First, they are listed in very few exchanges - so, practically, you cannot sell them or exchange them for ETH or any other token. Even if you tried to list those tokens anywhere, airdropped Kick Tokens are non-transferable, unless your sending address is whitelisted in the contract (good luck with that).

The team created the Kick Token claims they will be buying back the frozen distributed tokens, however in their announcement they fail to mention how all these account holders will be notified about the buy-back, if they haven't even realised they actually hold those tokens.

Bottom line, Kick Token is a token created to spam accounts with their silly airdrop. An airdrop very few will realise taking place, and nobody signed up for.


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