20 Matic = 100k PolyPen Tokens
0.060 BNB = 100k PolyPen Tokens
Connect using Metamask
If you encounter a json-rpc error or a failed transaction, Try increasing the transactions gas. Check below if you need help.
Only use Polygon Matic or Binance BNB when buying the ICO.
Any other tokens or bridged versions of said tokens will be lost and unrecoverable if you do so.
If you encounter an "out of gas" error, it means that the gas units allocated to your transaction were depleted before the process could be completed. To avoid this issue in the future, you will need to increase the gas limit for your next transaction. You can do this by enabling Advanced Gas Controls and adjusting the limit just before sending your transaction, changing the setting to 'Aggressive' is usually sufficient.
While Meta Mask usually sets an appropriate gas limit automatically, you may want to review recent successful transactions of the executing smart contract to determine an appropriate limit for your transaction.
Alternatively, the polygonscan gastracker gives you up to date data on current gas prices.
Once you have determined an appropriate gas limit, make sure to adjust it before sending your next transaction.
PocketUniverse.app offers transaction simulations that involve running your transaction on a separate copy of the blockchain. This allows for a check of the transaction outcome before it is executed on the actual blockchain through an RPC node.
The simulation process includes safety checks to ensure that the transaction is secure. Once the simulation is complete, you can review the results and decide whether to proceed with the transaction on your wallet or cancel it.
You can add PocketUniverse to your browser here
There are several best practices for crypto wallet safety that you can follow to protect your digital assets. Here are some of them:
Choose a reputable wallet: Use a wallet from a trusted and reputable provider to reduce the risk of losing your assets to scams or hacks.
Use two-factor authentication (2FA): Enable 2FA on your wallet to add an extra layer of security. This could be in the form of an app like Google Authenticator or a hardware security key.
Keep your private key secure: Your private key is the key to your wallet, so make sure you keep it safe and never share it with anyone. You can store it offline in a hardware wallet or write it down and keep it in a secure place.
Use a strong password: Use a long and complex password that is difficult to guess. Avoid using common words or phrases.
Keep your software up to date: Keep your wallet software up to date to ensure that you have the latest security patches and bug fixes.
Be careful with public Wi-Fi: Avoid logging into your wallet on public Wi-Fi networks, as these networks may not be secure and could be compromised.
Backup your wallet: Make regular backups of your wallet and store them in a secure location. This will help you to recover your wallet in case your device is lost or damaged.
By following these best practices, you can significantly reduce the risk of losing your crypto assets to hacks, scams, or other security issues.