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Tokens Date

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Tokens Date

Postby Tealc » Thu Feb 06, 2014 11:20 pm

Hi there, so just to confirm something here, if I buy a token directly from cryptostorm will it become immediately active or only when I used it?

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Re: Tokens Date

Postby DesuStrike » Fri Feb 07, 2014 11:07 am

There is no timer ticking when you buy it. You can keep it in you stash for as long as you want.

The clock starts ticking down when you make your first connection to the dark net with that token.
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Re: Tokens Date

Postby Tealc » Sat Feb 08, 2014 5:30 pm

DesuStrike wrote:There is no timer ticking when you buy it. You can keep it in you stash for as long as you want.

The clock starts ticking down when you make your first connection to the dark net with that token.


Thank's 6 months on the way

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Re: Tokens Date

Postby cryptostorm_support » Mon Feb 10, 2014 3:40 pm

That's correct. Also, in the event a token is inadvertently activated early - and a member wants to de-activate it - we can do that on the support team after a recent backend admin systems upgrade. So if that happens, let us know and it's no trouble to fix it.

Thanks to a sharp-eyed network member, we recently fixed a bug where folks checking token status with the cryptostorm.nu 'tokenizer' for tokens that had not yet been activated sometimes saw them suddenly "go active" as a result of the check. That's now resolved, and a different script is called to check tokens, versus validating network sessions.

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Re: Tokens Date

Postby DesuStrike » Mon Feb 10, 2014 4:55 pm

This reminded me to check if Graze did his job on resetting/resealing the tokens you ask him about quite a while ago.
The answer is: NO

Could you give him a friendly reminder from me please? :wave:
Thx!
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