Signing Messages — Trezor Tutorial

ANNOUNCEMENT: The Token Sale starts on February 1, 2018 at 8PM (GMT+8) and will end on February 28, 2018, 8PM (GMT+8). +10% extra tokens only on February 1 (Day2) and February 2 (Day3).

For complete instructions on how to use your trezor, you may check out their tutorial here:

If you only need a guide on how to sign your messages, then you can use our guide below.

Follow this guide:

1. To sign a message go to “ACCOUNT” on your TREZOR Wallet and press the Sign & Verify option at the top right corner of the screen. You will be presented with a page like this:

2. Signing the message

Place your ETH address (where you want your HERO Tokens to be sent to) into the ‘Message’ field. Then place your ‘FROM’ address into the ‘Address’ field. Click on sign.

3. Confirming the Signature on your TREZOR

Check the text messagee on your TREZOR’s display. If correct, confirm by pressing the right button on your TREZOR.

4. After confirming the Signature on your TREZOR, it will appear on the screen like this:

5. Copy your Signature on the Hero Token Transaction Signature Form.

That’s it, you’re done!

What to do next?
Hero Tokens purchased through Bitcoin will be issued at the end of the Token Sale and after the Identity Verification audit. It would be best if you get your Hero Token Dashboard account status to at PENDING as soon as possible.

To do this you must fill out the necessary information on the Identity Verification tab on your Dashboard and upload any government issued national ID, driver’s license, or passport. Once you submit all requirements, your account status will change from UNCONFIRMED to PENDING (basically means you are ready to be audited).

After you’re account passes the Identity audit after the Token Sale, you will be upgrade to account status VERIFIED. Only contributors who are VERIFIED will be eligible to receive HERO Tokens upon their issuance.

All accounts will be reviewed and verified after the end of the sale period. Hero Tokens will be issued afterwards.

Any contributions from participants that fail to confirm their account or fail to meet the eligibility requirements shall receive a refund only after the end of the token sale and completion of the audit.

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