MouseBelt & AC3 are ICON P-REP Candidates

We’re excited to announce that AC3 and MouseBelt are officially an ICON (ICX) P-REP candidate to help support the ICON Network. Check out the MouseBelt announcement here!

If you’re brand new to ICON it is one of the largest blockchain networks in the world. As a global blockchain project, ICON aims to remove barriers among different blockchains and allow them to exchange values without intermediaries. ICON’s goal is to hyperconnect the world and has recently released plans to move to delegated proof of stake (dPoS) using public representatives (P-REPs)


As announced on December 21st, AC3 is moving to the ICON network. The following are the token swap details and clarification to questions received since the announcement.

Please note we are migrating AC3 coins on the existing AC3 network to the AC3 token on the ICON network.

AC3 Token Swap Process

The process is simple and only takes 10–20 minutes, please complete the token swap form HERE:

Token Swap Schedule

Start: December 26th 3:00 PST (UTC -8:00 hours)

End: December 31st 3:00 PST (UTC -8:00 hours)

Token swap submission will be processed and distributed by the first week of January 2019.

Important Notices

1. Please be aware that…

We are excited to announce that AC3 is joining the ICON network! With the rapid growth of AC3s global community, it was an easy decision to partner with ICON who is building the largest decentralized network in the world.

Recently, we had several successful beta campaigns with CRED, ICON and ontrackTV. With the AC3 Growth Platform going live, the increased number of users far exceeded initial projections. With the current number of clients ready to launch January campaigns, the platform is on target to have ten international customers and over four thousand active earners on the platform in Q1’19. …

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