This step-by-step guide will help you to claim your MPOND received during FlowMint stakedrop.
In order to claim MPOND, you need to follow simple steps below.
Please ensure that you have switched your Network to Matic’s custom RPC in Metamask settings and connected the address that you have set up during registration.
2. Press the “Dive In” button and select the network.
3. Harvest your MPOND on the page of the selected network.
4. Confirm the transaction in Metamask.
Prerequisite: You need to have MATIC tokens on the Matic mainnet, otherwise, the transaction will fail.
To transfer the MATIC tokens from the Ethereum mainnet to the Matic mainnet follow this instruction.
If you are having trouble with MATIC transfer or MPOND harvesting do not hesitate to ask questions in our Telegram chat or contact Paul via [email protected] We will be happy to help.
After a successful transaction, refresh the FlowMint page and you will see the MPOND on your balance.
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<p>We have voted YES to initiate the Stargate upgrade for the Cosmos Hub. We believe in the potential of the Cosmos ecosystem to grow and that<a href="https://stargate.cosmos.network/"> Stargate</a> opens a new page of ecosystem evolution being a huge step towards the original Internet of Blockchains vision.</p><p>By being an active contributor to the Cosmos ecosystem, P2P has built the dashboard to track delegation history across all the hub versions and claim rewards - a ledger delegation interface to securely stake in three simple steps. We participated in<a href="https://cosmos.network/goz"> Game of Zones</a> to test IBC in action and won the first prize in two phases. Our validator has taken part in a series of<a href="https://github.com/cosmosdevs/stargate#testnet"> testnets</a> since the beginning to prepare.</p><p><a href="https://stargate.cosmos.network/">Stargate</a> is the largest upgrade in the Cosmos ecosystem due date. What does it mean for the Cosmos network?</p><h3 id="road-to-million-blockchains">Road to million blockchains</h3><p>The current state of the ecosystem can be compared to the cities of a country struggling to communicate without capital and financial centers to connect them with each other. With the enablement of<a href="https://github.com/cosmos/ics/blob/master/papers/2020-05/build/paper.pdf"> Inter-Blockchain Communication</a> (IBC) the value can be seamlessly transferred across the ecosystem unleashing the synergetic effect among application-specific blockchains. Cosmos Hub will become the first intermedium to connect them with each other.</p><p><strong>The real long term challenge is to attract more builders and projects to the ecosystem to increase the cumulative value flow within the network.</strong> Notable improvements in performance and migration to<a href="https://medium.com/tendermint/tendermint-0-34-protocol-buffers-and-you-8c40558939ae"> Protobuf</a> blockchains will implement the upgrade to achieve higher throughput to handle the rising transaction volume. The ability to interoperate will bring composability to the ecosystem, with Protobuf it will be much easier for developers using various programming languages to communicate within the ecosystem and create novel applications.</p><p>In synergy with tools like<a href="https://github.com/tendermint/starport"> Starport</a> that allow developers to launch blockchains with a few commands and further coordinate the testnets with validators much faster, we can imagine the emergence of novel use cases and accelerated growth in areas like Decentralized Finance (DeFi) and Collectible economies powered by Non-Fungible Tokens (NFT).</p><h3 id="road-to-stargate-and-ibc">Road to Stargate and IBC</h3><p>Secure connection between blockchains requires trust in validators maintaining the actual state of the network. The Game-of-Stakes attracted and prepared solid staking providers and in March of 2019 Cosmos Hub was successfully launched on mainnet. There were two major upgrades, for the first year the focus was to battle-test staking, on-chain governance and provide a stable functioning network with a strong set of contributors.</p><p>Game of Stakes granted validators experience to be flexible to changing network conditions and on the 1st of May 2020 another incentivized competition called<a href="https://cosmos.network/goz"> Game of Zones</a> was launched to collect valuable data and prepare teams for the release of the IBC module. There were more than 150 participants.</p><p>IBC has been in development since the release of the original Cosmos whitepaper - ongoing work to prepare and release the first version of the <a href="https://github.com/cosmos/ics/blob/master/spec.pdf">IBC specification</a> that outlines the overall design logic and architectural overview.</p><p>The plan of transition from hub-3 to hub-4 was outlined in the<a href="https://www.mintscan.io/cosmos/proposals/27"> Stargate proposal</a>. It was followed up with a<a href="https://stargate.cosmos.network/"> series of testnets</a> to examine the main features and ensure that the ecosystem participants are prepared for software changes being in line with the upgrade procedure.</p><p>On December 15th the finalized<a href="https://blog.cosmos.network/announcing-the-ibc-1-0-implementation-release-candidate-29f3245d7848"> version 1.0 of the IBC candidate</a> was announced. Multiple teams and contributors were involved in the process of improving, testing and finding bugs.</p><p>And now we have come to the point to finally bring the original vision of interoperability to the Cosmos network.</p><h3 id="what-to-expect-after-the-stargate-upgrade">What to expect after the Stargate upgrade?</h3><p>The rollout will happen in two phases as happened with with the launch of the Cosmos Hub on mainnet. During the first phase cross-chain transfers will be disabled to ensure the network is stable. Activation of the token transfer protocol will happen via on-chain governance. A proposal with parameter changes and timelines will be submitted and if passed we can utilize a fully functioning TCP/IP for blockchains in production.</p><p>With the enablement of the IBC, healthy competition among hubs can drive the development of the whole ecosystem. Novel use cases like liquidity mining over IBC can become a reality. New projects will be able to easily attract validators from the hub and ATOM will play the role of insurance against misbehavior providing strong security guarantees for new projects in the Cosmos network. Another interesting utility is that ATOM might be able to accrue fees in whitelisted tokens.</p><p>The IBC is still in its early days and adoption will take some time. Cosmos has made huge progress in these two years and P2P is proud to be part of it as a validator and contributor from the very beginning of the journey.</p><h3 id="about-p2p-validator">About P2P Validator</h3><p>P2P Validator is a world-leading non-custodial staking provider securing more than $3 billion from over 10,00 delegators across 25+ high-class networks. We are early ATOM investors and Game of Zones winners. P2P has supported Cosmos Hub from the first block taking part in all stages of testing and voting.</p><hr><p><strong>Web:</strong> <a href="https://p2p.org">https://p2p.org</a><br><strong>Stake ATOM with us:</strong> <a href="https://p2p.org/cosmos">https://p2p.org/cosmos</a><br><strong>Twitter:</strong> @p2pvalidator<br><strong>Telegram:</strong> <a href="https://t.me/P2Pstaking">https://t.me/P2Pstaking</a></p>
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<p>The Graph Network is an indexing protocol built for the decentralised web. Users of the Graph Network can build and share open APIs across Ethereum and IPFS to allow for fast and reliable blockchain data access. Data is managed and processed via open networks, providing users with verifiable integrity.</p><p></p><h2 id="current-network-state">Current network state</h2><p>The Graph Network was <a href="https://medium.com/graphprotocol/introducing-the-graph-4a281b28203e">introduced</a> in July 2018 and launched their <a href="https://thegraph.com/blog/the-graph-network-launches-mainnet">mainnet</a> this year, on December 17th, as the first decentralized blockchain data network.</p><p>The Graph Network works to improve access to decentralized applications through public and open APIs named subgraphs. Subgraphs dictate which data the network will index from Ethereum, as well as how this data is stored. Upon deployment, a subgraph forms part of a global blockchain data network.<br>During their testnet phase, Graph saw over 200 active indexers, together with more than 1600 individuals, complete their <a href="https://thegraph.com/blog/curator-program-launch">Curator Program</a> for decentralising data across DeFi.</p><p>Between June and November 2020 they have seen a 10x increase - from 1 to 10+ billion monthly queries - with usage across Curve, Uniswap, Decentraland and more.</p><p><br></p><h2 id="grt-token-allocation">GRT Token allocation</h2><p>In October 2020, Graph Foundation <a href="https://thegraph.com/blog/public-sale-announcement">announced a public sale</a> of GRT and successfully raised $12M. Earlier this year the Graph Foundation raised $5M in a <a href="https://thegraph.com/blog/funding-announcement">private token sale</a>.</p><p>The details of the GRT token can be found below:<br></p><ul><li><strong>Symbol</strong>: GRT</li><li><strong>Type</strong>: ERC-20</li><li><strong>Initial Circulating Token Supply</strong>: ~1,245,666,867 GRT</li><li><strong>Initial Total Token Supply</strong>: 10,000,000,000 GRT</li></ul><figure class="kg-card kg-image-card"><img src="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/2020/12/GRT_Piechart_v2-2.png" class="kg-image" alt srcset="https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w600/2020/12/GRT_Piechart_v2-2.png 600w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w1000/2020/12/GRT_Piechart_v2-2.png 1000w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w1600/2020/12/GRT_Piechart_v2-2.png 1600w, https://economy.p2p.org/content/images/size/w2400/2020/12/GRT_Piechart_v2-2.png 2400w" sizes="(min-width: 720px) 720px"></figure><p>More information on the <a href="https://thegraph.com/blog/announcing-the-graphs-grt-sale">GRT token sale</a> is available here: thegraph.com/blog/announcing-the-graphs-grt-sale </p><p>4% of the total GRT supply - 400M tokens - was allocated to 4,500+ persons across more than 90 countries. These delegators can contribute to the Graph Network through delegating their stake to network Indexers - like P2P - to earn indexing rewards.</p><p></p><h2 id="graph-network-staking-economics">Graph Network staking economics</h2><p>Staking in the Graph Network is a method of securing their data network and rewarding network contributions.</p><p>Node operators across the network can lock their GRT tokens to provide indexing and query processing services for improved data access. These node operators - also known as ‘Indexers’ can earn fees and indexer rewards for this.</p><p>Delegators across the network are those who hold the GRT token can stake it to contribute to the overall network security and receive a share of indexer rewards.</p><p>Delegation lets passive, less technical participants secure the Graph Network without the need to run a node.Indexers - like P2P - set a Fee and Reward Percentage which they keep, with the rest of the rewards transferring to Delegators. The annual emission in The Graph network is set to 3%.<br><br>There is no slashing risk for delegators but the current Indexer slashing percentage is at 2.5%.</p><p><a href="https://p2p.org">P2P Validator</a> currently has the largest Graph Network Indexer globally, with a 33M GRT balance and 530M GRT capacity. Our Indexer balances are available on network.thegraph.com.</p><p></p><p><strong>Address 1: </strong>0x5A8904be09625965d9AEc4BFfD30D853438a053e (0x5a89—8a053e)</p><p><strong>Address 2: </strong>0xf4a097ce3a4efbd1748b2ef2076813961e4e6fa7 (0xf4a0—4e6fa7)</p><p></p><p>Users that want to contribute to the stability and security of the Graph Network without the complexities associated with node management can delegate staking to Indexers and earn a portion of on-chain indexing reward. </p><p>To delegate GRT with us, please refer to the resources below:<br></p><ul><li><strong><a href="https://economy.p2p.org/the-graph-delegation-guide-for-locked-grt/">Graph (GRT) Delegation Guide - Locked tokens</a></strong></li><li><strong><a href="https://economy.p2p.org/the-graph-delegation-guide-for-unlocked-grt/">Graph (GRT) Delegation Guide - Unlocked tokens</a></strong></li></ul><p></p><figure class="kg-card kg-embed-card"><blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-width="550"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">We are proud to have launched the largest <a href="https://twitter.com/graphprotocol?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">@graphprotocol</a> Indexer and self-bond worldwide with an owned stake of 33.4M GRT and 500M GRT available capacity.<br><br>0x5a8904be09625965d9aec4bffd30d853438a053e<br><br>See our GRT delegation guide 👉 <a href="https://t.co/MJMCtrztfY">https://t.co/MJMCtrztfY</a></p>— P2P Validator (@P2Pvalidator) <a href="https://twitter.com/P2Pvalidator/status/1341371588139229185?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">December 22, 2020</a></blockquote> <script async src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script> </figure><p></p><h2 id="graph-network-resources">Graph Network resources</h2><ul><li><strong>Website</strong>: <a href="https://thegraph.com/">thegraph.com</a></li><li><strong>Explorer</strong>: <a href="https://thegraph.com/explorer/">thegraph.com/explorer</a></li><li><strong>Docs</strong>: <a href="https://thegraph.com/docs/">thegraph.com/docs</a></li><li><strong>Network</strong>: <a href="https://network.thegraph.com/">network.thegraph.com</a></li><li><strong>Github</strong>: <a href="https://github.com/graphprotocol">github.com/graphprotocol</a></li><li><strong>Blog</strong>: <a href="https://thegraph.com/blog/">thegraph.com/blog</a></li></ul><p></p><h2 id="about-p2p-validator">About P2P Validator</h2><p><a href="https://p2p.org/">P2P Validator</a> is a world-leading non-custodial staking provider securing more than $3 billion by over 10,000 delegators across 25+ high-class networks. We have participated in the incentivized testnet since the beginning. P2P Validator invested its own funds in The Graph project in 2018 and intends to run indexers in the long term.</p>
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