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Offline Explainlikeimfive

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hi i bought some ags but no idea how to retrieve them
« on: October 12, 2014, 11:18:27 PM »

hey there

i bought some ags from the ipo but i have no ideas how to retrieve them

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Re: hi i bought some ags but no idea how to retrieve them
« Reply #1 on: October 12, 2014, 11:32:18 PM »
hey there, when did you purchase the AGS?
« Last Edit: October 12, 2014, 11:34:01 PM by .yoshi »

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Re: hi i bought some ags but no idea how to retrieve them
« Reply #2 on: October 13, 2014, 01:04:15 AM »
during the last month before the donations were set to close

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Re: hi i bought some ags but no idea how to retrieve them
« Reply #3 on: October 13, 2014, 01:06:24 AM »
Ags are an abstract concept, noy an actual token. You can claim the *rewards* from ags by importing your donating wallet into a DAC which honored ags. In your case, you could claim DNS (go ask in "keyid" subforum)

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Re: hi i bought some ags but no idea how to retrieve them
« Reply #4 on: October 13, 2014, 01:08:39 AM »
hey there

i bought some ags from the ipo but i have no ideas how to retrieve them

If you donated to AGS before Feb. 28th then import the wallet/s that you donated from (PTS and/or BTC) into your BitShareX clinet (which you can download at bithshares-x.info) and your share of btsx will be there!

If you were a Keyhotee Founder (not just had a Keeyhotee id), then you contact Stan at [email protected] to get your btsx

If you donated after Feb. 28th, you can use the same method to claim your share of DNS in the wallet that you can download from http://keyid.info/  (rinse and repeat for each new DAC that honors AGS as they are released).

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Re: hi i bought some ags but no idea how to retrieve them
« Reply #5 on: October 13, 2014, 02:39:02 AM »
Ags are an abstract concept, not an actual token. You can claim the *rewards* from ags by importing your donating wallet into a DAC which honored ags. In your case, you could claim DNS (go ask in "keyid" subforum)

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The "abstract concept" mentioned above has been illustrated several ways, but I think this may be the clearest:

http://bitshares.org/bitshares-airdrop-theory/

In this case, the independent DNS developer has recognized the public record of your donation to the BitShares Trust AGS fund as a good reason to choose you to receive some free promotional samples. This particular developer indicates above that he sees it as a way of rewarding (thanking) you for helping to make the toolkit he is using possible.



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Offline lakerta06

Re: hi i bought some ags but no idea how to retrieve them
« Reply #6 on: October 13, 2014, 06:44:34 AM »
Ags are an abstract concept, not an actual token. You can claim the *rewards* from ags by importing your donating wallet into a DAC which honored ags. In your case, you could claim DNS (go ask in "keyid" subforum)

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The "abstract concept" mentioned above has been illustrated several ways, but I think this may be the clearest:

http://bitshares.org/bitshares-airdrop-theory/

In this case, the independent DNS developer has recognized the public record of your donation to the BitShares Trust AGS fund as a good reason to choose you to receive some free promotional samples. This particular developer indicates above that he sees it as a way of rewarding (thanking) you for helping to make the toolkit he is using possible.

Hi Stan, the link you gave refers to Lotto-Shares as an example of share distribution. However, pointing to a failed start-up is not a good idea even if the subject is the distribution. That last section should be rewritten to direct people to Bitshares Music or DNS. imho
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