Welcome to the MELD Token Migration FAQ!
As we prepare for the next phase of MELD's journey, we're here to provide you with all the necessary information to ensure a smooth and secure token migration process. Our goal is to enhance the MELD ecosystem by upgrading to a next-generation multi-chain token, enabling seamless integration across various blockchains.
This FAQ addresses all the essential questions and concerns surrounding the migration, ensuring that you're well-informed and ready to navigate this important transition. Let's get started!
We are upgrading the current MELD token contract to be able to support a next-generation multi-chain token. This includes the functionality to mint and burn tokens in order to be able to balance token supply across all chains while maintaining a strict 4 billion cap.
Only the new version of the $MELD token is accepted for deposits and withdrawals on the centralized exchanges $MELD is listed on.
The conversion rate is 1-for-1, meaning you will receive one new Cardano MELD token for every old Cardano MELD token you migrate.
Yes, you send 2 ADA to the token migration smart contract, and 1.8 ADA is sent back to your wallet, along with the new MELD tokens that can now be bridged to other chains. The difference is to pay for the batcher transaction.
The token migration is necessary to ensure compatibility across multiple blockchains and to leverage the benefits of EVM-based networks, such as Ethereum.
The contract addresses for each chain will be provided on the MELD token migration page.
The new token will have the same MELD icon as usual. The old MELD token icon will be grey instead of red, representing that it is deprecated and will no longer exist in 2025.
Users can migrate their tokens on app.meld.com.
Eternl, Nami, MELD wallet natively
Users will have until Dec 31, 2024 to migrate their old MELD tokens.
Yes, but there won’t be any real functionality or utility for the old MELD token and you can only have/use it until 2025.
Starting from Jan 1, 2025, all the remaining MELD tokens that have not been migrated will lose their value, and the MELD DAO will mint an equal amount of new MELD tokens to the MELD Treasury.
What happens to the old Cardano MELD tokens after the migration process is complete for a user?
The tokens will stay locked in the migration contract, where no one will have access to move them.
There will be 2 transactions during the token migration process. You will sign the 1st transaction and hence receive MELD tokens. A 2nd transaction will be sent from our wallet to yours and you will receive ADA back (this will be done automatically for you).
Token and multisig have been audited alongside vigorous testing on the testnet. To make sure you’re familiar with the migration process, you will be able to perform the migration process on the MELD Testnet before completing the real migration on mainnet.
No, after claiming your MELD from staking/vesting contracts, you still have to go through the migration process.