Where can I get EWT? What exchanges is it listed on?
EWT is currently listed on global exchanges KuCoin, BitMart, and Liquid.
Note: Please only trade EWT on these officially supported exchanges. We are aware of at least one rogue token under the same ticker ($EWT) listed on another exchange. This is NOT the Energy Web’s native EWT.
Many popular wallets allow you to interact with the Energy Web Chain and store EWT, including MyCrypto, MetaMask, and hardware wallets such as Ledger and Trezor.
We have deployed a web-based custom wallet (based on the open-source MyCrypto wallet), which is pre-configured to connect to our Volta test network and the production Energy Web Chain and has been tested with hardware wallets such as Ledger and Trezor. You can read more on our Wiki here
or go directly to the wallet at https://wallet.energyweb.org/
What is the circulating supply of EWT?
Circulating supply represents the approximate number of tokens that are available and can readily enter the token economy. The following table calculates EWT’s circulating supply, beginning with the total supply of EWT in existence, minus three accounts with limited or no liquidity.
Increasing to 100M maximum supply over 10 years.
Static. EW’s endowment and operating funds.
Static. Locked until June 2021.
Increasing over 10 years.
LAST UPDATED: 15 July 2020
No. The native EWT is not
an ERC20 token. However, we have developed the EWT Bridged (EWTB) token, which is
an ERC20 token that can be minted through a bridge, offering a method for transferring EWT from the Energy Web Chain to the Ethereum mainnet quickly and cost-effectively. For more, please visit https://bridge.energyweb.org/
Do I have to use EWT in my dApp?
Users and application developers are not required to use EWT for their own applications beyond paying for transaction costs on the EW Chain. They can use cryptocurrencies or fiat currencies, as well as second-layer tokens native to their particular applications.
All or part of solutions based on EW-DOS using EWT and/or running on the EW Chain are frequently open-source and decentralized, developed and maintained by the broader Energy Web ecosystem. All such projects—including the Energy Web Wallet—are offered “as-is”, without warranty, and disclaiming liability for damages resulting from their use.