VPoS mining pool tutorial 3 – How to participate mining through cloud wallet

You may use both Web version MathCloud Wallet or the App version MathCloud Wallet to join VPoS.

Web version MathCloud Wallet

Visit: https://cloud.mathwallet.xyz/#/mining

After login you will able to see the VPoS page

App version MathCloud Wallet

Click on the top right corner to switch wallets, and then select the “cloud wallet” in the top left corner.

Complete the cloud wallet registration, and withdrawal password and other security settings, you can see details here: Math cloud wallet operation guide

Select the assets you want to participate in the VPoS pool and top up

Enter “DApps” and find the entrance to the VPoS mining pool

Open Stake interface to select the assets of the crypto wallet(cloud wallet)

After confirming the “trust”, you can see the assets successfully topped up to the mining pool in “my staking”.

Cloud Wallet tutorial:

 

VPoS mining pool tutorial 2 – How to participate mining through HD Wallet

You can find the entrance to the VPoS mining pool at any HD wallet (Decentralized Wallet) – :DApps】

After entering the mining pool of certain currency (ETH for example) and entering the amount of the staking amount, you can send the asset directly from the current HD wallet (Decentralized wallet) to the mining pool.

Confirm the amount in the popup screen and enter the password.

After the completion of the transfer, we need to wait for confirmation on the chain (different waiting time from different chains). After confirmation, we can enter my staking and see the assets that have been successfully topped up to the mining pool.

HD Wallet instruction:

VPoS Mining Pool Tutorial 1 – Beginner Guide

What is MATH VPOS Pool?

VPOS (Virtual POS) is a new kind of mining pool which support BTC / ETH / EOS / USDT-ERC20 and more tokens in the future. VPoS has characteristics of multi-currency and dual-engine.

Multi-currency: VPOS supports mining in all currencies, initially we open to BTC, ETH, EOS, USDT-ERC20, other tokens will be gradually added in the mining pool in the future.

Twin engines: take the example of depositing BTC into the mining pool. In addition to earning BTC interest, you can also earn MATH token.

What is MATH?

MATH products include: MathWallet, VPoS pool, MATHDEX, MDS, MATH dApp Store, etc.MathWallet is one of the leading blockchain wallets with nearly one million active users and the most support for public links

Currently the public chains suported include BTC, ETH, EOS, TRON, Cosmos, Binance Chain, ONT, Polkadot Substrate, NEO, IRISnet, ChianX, EOSC, ENU, BOS, Telos, NAS, ESN, Kusama, Edgeware, Harmony, Ethereum Classic, TomoChain, Fibos, Worbli, Hashgard, 40 public chains and DAPP ecosystem.

MathWallet investors include Fenbushi Capital, Danhua Capital, FundamentalLabs and other famous blockchain investment institutions.

What is MATH mining power?

The more you stake BTC / ETH / EOS / USDT-ERC20 to the pool, the higher your MATH mining power will be. And you will get more MATH tokens.
MATH Rewards = Staked Token * Mining Power of Staked Token / Total Mining Power * MATH Reward Pool

Total MATH token and mining model

Total MATH token worth 28.57 million USD, which include:

60% will be released by mining, halving every two years.

30% will be issued to investment institutions, no lock-up requirements.

10% will be distributed to the community through Lockdrop, digital asset insurance, etc.

The detailed introduction to MATH can be viewed at:

MATH Token Introduction

How to get the VPOS rewards

They will be sent to the Math Cloud Wallet everyday.
Cloud Wallet Tutorial: http://blog.mathwallet.org/?p=974

Gained and mined MATH token will not be locked up.

Does the mining pool break even?

It will preserve the prncipal but not interest, similar to Yu’e Bao at Alipay.

How to check the latest mining power?

http://explorer.mathwallet.org

Mortgage MATH’s mining arithmetic

Before the launch of the MATH main network, the mining power will be fixed at 1000, and will be adjusted according to the market price multiplied by a certain coefficient.

The mining power of MATH staking

Initially MATH mining power will be set to 1000 before the launch of Mainnet. And it will be adjusted by the MATH market price multiple coefficient after the launch.

How does a non-POS token earn revenue

It achieves stable returns through quantitative trading by working with well-known Trading institutions, such as Amber, AlphaOne, and other Trading partners of MATH.

How to join the MATH VPOS Pool?

Install MathWallet https://mathwallet.org/
Find the ‘MATH VPOS Pool’ in the DApps list.

Cloud wallet instruction

HD Wallet instruction:

How to recharge to VPOS mining pool?

You can use the HD wallet to recharge directly, or you can first recharge to the cloud wallet and then transfer to the VPOS mining pool

VPOS mining pool official opening time: 2019/9/26 12:00

What is VNode?

If you stake more than 100 MATH, you will be a VNode. VNode has 1.05~2 addition mining rate, and can get 1%~20% mining power from the invited users.

Details: http://blog.mathwallet.net/?p=2062

How to invite others to join VPoS and calculate the specific reward?

Enter the VPOS pool, click on [mstaking], you can get the invitation code and the invitation link

Mortgage 100 MATH to become a VNode, according to the level of the super node, the super node can get 1~20% of the mining power of the invited user (except only inviting user to mortgage MATH).

Invited by the steps: http://blog.mathwallet.net/?P = 2292

The relationship of  VNode level and proportion, please see: http://blog.mathwallet.net/?P = 2062

Can the invitee get any reward?

Users invited to join the pool will receive a 2% mining power rewards.

Is there a handling fee for redemption?

Redemption is free of charge.

See the cloud wallet withdrawal fee: http://blog.mathwallet.net/?P = 2283

Do you support early redemption?

Redemption is not currently supported. As the product gradually matures, we will optimize the redemption time window and the function of paying penalty fee to redeem in advance.

At present, the waiting period for redemption of Math VPOS mining pool is 21 days.

The value of MATH 

The value of MATH is as a handling fee for the one-stop-shop solution of Math digital finance, and VPOS mining is just one way for MATH to deliver.

Where to trade MATH

BitMart: https://www.bitmart.io/trade/en?Symbol = MATH_USDT

Partners of MATH VPOS

MATH VPOS pool’s partners include prominent institutions: Fenbushi Capital, Amber AI, FundamentalLabs.

🎁Win Limited #MathWallet NFTs – Math x Ethereum:MathWallet Collectibles Series 1🎁

MathWallet NFTs – Math x Ethereum:MathWallet Collectibles Series 1

Activity period: 2020/03/09 4:00 pm (UTC) – 2019/03/11 4:00 pm (UTC)

How to take part:
1️⃣ Download MathWallet and create Ethereum Wallet

2️⃣ Retweet or Share the activity post on social media with #MathWallet

3️⃣ Tag two Friends

4️⃣ Fill in this form with:
https://gleam.io/DTkvy/mathwallet-nfts-collectibles-series-1

🔴WARNING: If you do not use an ERC-1155 compatible wallet, you will be unable to receive the NFT.
We recommend using Math Wallet to receive your NFT
DOWNLOAD MathWallet Here

https://mathwallet.org

Learn how to create a wallet with Ethereum here

http://blog.mathwallet.org

How many of the Math x Ethereum:MathWallet Collectibles Series 1 NFTs will be minted?
Determined by the number of applicants at the end of the event

🟡Terms & Conditions:

  1. A maximum of one collectible can be redeemed per ETH deposit address, and social media account.
  2. Winners will be chosen at random.
  3. If you do not use an ERC-1155 compatible deposit address, you will be unable to receive the collectible. We recommend using MathWallet for a no-stress setup.
  4. If you fail to complete one or more of the set tasks you will not receive a collectible.
  5. To qualify you must share the collectibles give away promotion on social media either directly, or by retweeting/sharing etc.
  6. The MathWallet Collectibles Series 1 NFTs will be minted and sent to eligible addresses within 14 days of the promotion ending.
  7. MathWallet reserves the right to disqualify anyone who is deemed to break any of the above rules or act with malicious intent.
  8. MathWallet reserves the right to cancel or amend any Activity or Activity Rules at our sole discretion.

Our winner list are following address:

Enigma MathWallet Extension Tutorial

Install the MathWallet Chrome Extension

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/math-wallet/afbcbjpbpfadlkmhmclhkeeodmamcflc

Switch Network to ‘Enigma’

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Create or Import Enigma wallet

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Click ‘Web Wallet’

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Click ‘Login via MathWallet Browser Extension’

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Choose one Enigma wallet

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Then you can view your SCRT balance and transfer SCRT in the web wallet

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Click the ‘DApp Store’, you can view more Enigma dApps

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If you have more questions, you can contact the customer service through any of the following ways:

Telegram: https://t.me/mathwallet

Email: hello@mathwallet.org

MathWallet NFT Guide

NFT (Non – Fungible Token) defines an indivisible, unique standard of interface specification in tokens exchange and circulation.

On the blockchain, digital currency are divided into two categories: native coin and token. The former, such as Bitcoin and Qtum, have its own main chain and use transactions on the chain to maintain ledger data;The latter, such as BOT and INK, are attached to the existing blockchain and use smart contracts to record the ledger. There are two types of tokens: homogeneity and non-homogeneity. Homogeneous tokens that is,FT (Fungible Token), with ERC20 and QRC20 as basic standards, can be replaced by each other, as well as be close to the infinite resolution. Non-homogeneous tokens, namely NFT, are unique and indivisible tokens, such as cryptocat and tokenized digital tickets.

Download MathWallet first

Download address: http://www.mathwallet.xyz

Note: For IOS users please download the TestFlight version

Create / import or switch to ETH wallet

NFT is ERC asset. Click on the “collectibles” button in the ETH wallet to view the NFT category you own

Send and receive NFT
Send NFT: Take the NFT of DappReview as an example. Click on the “DAppReview”-NFT collectibles-Send-Enter the recipient’s ETH address

Receive NFT: Copy the ETH address to give to the sender

Buy and sell NFT

Click “NFT Collibles”-“View”-“Open Opensea to review” -“Sell”

If you have more questions, please contact customer service staff through any of the following channels:

Telegram: t.me/mahwallet

Email:hello@mathwallet.org

Working Hours:Monday to Friday 10:00-19:00

How to transfer BTC from MathWallet to Coinbase

Please make sure you are using the latest version of MathWallet

https://mathwallet.org

1 Get BTC address from Coinbase

Login your Coinbase account

Click the 'Receive' button in BTC Account

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Copy the BTC address and send to your mobile phone

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2 Send BTC from your MathWallet to this address

Now, open the MathWallet app and follow steps below

Paste the Coinbase BTC address here, enter the amount, leave the Fee as default.

Click Next and enter the wallet password.

Note: Please test with a small amount first.

Harmony Wallet Guide

MathWallet APP has now supported Harmony

Download MathWallet
https://mathwallet.org

For iOS users, please use Testflight version

1 Create/Import Harmony Wallet

Go to ‘Switch Wallet’, scroll down and select ‘Harmony’ icon in the list, then click ‘+’ button in the top-left, then you can start create/import Harmony wallet.

After import you should be able to view the balances in the select Shard.

Transfer Token

Click ‘Transfer’ and input the receive address etc. You can also select which Shard you want to send.

In the ‘DApp’ tab you will be able to find more Harmony DApps including staking etc.

If you prefer desktop wallet, you may also try the MathWallet Chrome Extension, the guide by Harmony is here:
https://docs.harmony.one/home/wallet-guides/mathwallet

If you have more questions, you can contact the customer service through any of the following ways:

Telegram: https://t.me/mathwallet

Email: hello@mathwallet.org

MathWallet VPOS mining pool supports PCX mining

PCX mining pool has been supported in MathWallet VPOS mining pool. Users can open VPOS mining pool in the APP and entrust PCX to obtain the expected 15% annualized return.

ChainX is the first chain in the Polkadot ecosystem to be lauched online and will be the cross-chain gateway for Polkadot’s assets with its token PCX.

MathWallet is a multi-platform cross-chain wallet, products include APP wallet, web wallet, extension wallet, hardware wallet and so on. It supports the BTC, ETH, EOS, Cosmos, Binance chain, ONT, Polkadot, VeChain and total 25 public chains. It also supports the decentralized cross-chain transactions, built a multi-chain DApp ecosystem, and participated in running chain nodes of multiple POS public chains. The investors of MathWallet include Fenbushi Capital, FundamentalLabs and other well-known blockchain investment institutions.

For more details, please open the MathWallet.

 

How to use the Edgeware Staking tool

Download MathWallet: http://www.mathwallet.xyz

Note: for IOS users, please download TestFlight verion

1. Open the MathWallet, switch to Edgeware Wallet, and open the Edgeware Staking tool in the application

2. Enter the DAPP, the default is storage account, click “New stake”

(For guide on storage and control account, please click: guide on storage and control account)

3. Enter the number of Edgeware that needs Staking and click ok

4. Switch to Controller Account

5. Click Nominating-Set

6. Select the validdators, and maximum 16 validators can be selected at the same time, and the votes will be randomly distributed on the chain (please leave a small balance in the wallet as a handling fee, otherwise it will fail to vote).

If you have more questions, you can contact the customer service through any of the following ways:

Telegram:https://t.me/mathwallet

Email: hello@mathwallet.org