The token swap has completed successfully, with all token holders receiving the exact same amount of AXPR as they held prior to the swap. No additional changes happened to the token, and its metrics, e.g. supply, are the same.
All holders in KuCoin do not need to take any action. We’re cooperating with KuCoin and deposits/withdrawals will soon open back up with the new token. Those that held AXPR in the exchange will have automatically gotten the new token and can proceed trading, depositing and withdrawing.
We’re also communicating with HitBTC to do the same for holders there.
For those holding/accessing tokens through MetaMask, MyCrypto or MyEtherWallet, either directly or via a Ledger, Trezor or other hardware wallet, you have also automatically received the new AXPR token. …
On Saturday 26th of September, KuCoin was hacked, resulting in the loss of ~65M AXPR tokens. Shortly after, we started cooperating with KuCoin about how to mitigate the effects of this hack on our community.
The result of these discussions is a token swap, changing out the AXPR token for… drum roll… a new AXPR token!
We’ve decided to retain the name of the token. Nothing will change except for updating the contract code to newer, cleaner code as well as changing out the token contract address. The token metrics remain unchanged.
All current holders of AXPR will receive the exact same amount of this swapped token. There is nothing token holders need to do in order to receive the new AXPR token. Same goes for BEP2 AXPR.B holders — we’re only swapping the Ethereum version and swaps between BEP2 and ERC20 will take place using the new ERC20 token moving forward. …
The aXpire project is comprised of a number of business-to-business (B2B) software platforms as well as business-to-consumer (B2C) applications. Our focus is software for businesses that helps them automate outdated tasks, increasing efficiency and profitability.
This focus is shaped by having 15+ years of experience in the software development space through our sister company LSG, or Legal Solutions Group, a company that has been creating and servicing “household” names such as Coca-Cola, Nike, IBM, Intel, KFC, NFL and beyond with legal software solutions.
As a company, aXpire was created as an offshoot of LSG in 2017 when a large top 10 global hedge fund needed a specific software solution. It was decided to separate aXpire as a new company, which then won the contract to supply this large global hedge fund with a custom, tailor-made solution, beating established competitors that were also trying to win the bid. …