Our partner Synaps will review your application and determine whether you are eligible to participate in the TGE. Only after passing the KYC process will you be able to participate in the TGE. As a reminder, during no part of the process will we ask you to send funds. The whitelisting process is only to grant entry to the TGE when it happens,at a future date to be announced on all of our channels. If anyone asks for you to send funds, it is a fake site.
Caps are yet to be determined and will be announced in a future update post on Medium.
No you cannot, as your wallet is linked to the information you have entered during the whitelisting process, and this will be checked during the KYC process.
Synaps has to verify that your documents and KYC application are correct. This may take some time, up to a few days.
The TGE price will be $0.15 per SOS denominated in SOL.
Due to regulations in certain countries we cannot allow residents from those countries to participate in the Solstarter TGE. Residents from certain restricted countries including but not limited to the United States of America, China [but not including the special administrative regions of Hong Kong], Canada, Turkey, Iran will not be able to participate in the TGE. For the full list and reasoning for this, navigate to clause (j) of our Terms and Conditions.
The public TGE will be announced some time soon.
Everyone who completed the whitelist form with a valid Solana address will receive an airdrop.
The SOS token airdrop will be distributed to the community one week after the Token Generation Event (TGE).
No KYC is required for the airdrop. Any applicant to the TGE will secure an airdrop allocation!
Applicants who do not pass KYC will not be able to access the TGE, however they will still be eligible for the SOS token airdrop. Allocation in the TGE will be split among successful KYC applicants.