โ„น๏ธToken Sale How-To

Bridge to Arbitrum

To participate in the Frostbit token sale you will need to prepare an EVM-compatible wallet like Metamask and USDC on the Arbitrum One Network. Be aware that you will need some Ether (a few $ should be enough) to pay for gas fees.

Step 1: Get some native currency

You'll need the native currency of the parent chain to be able to bridge your assets from it to the destination chain. For example, if you want to bridge assets from Ethereum to Arbitrum One, you'll need ETH on Ethereum to initiate the process.

There are several ways to obtain the native currency:

  • Using a supported centralized exchange, which allows you to purchase ETH and withdraw it to your wallet. Most of the major centralized exchanges support direct withdrawal from your centralized exchange wallet to Arbitrum.

  • Using an on-ramp service, which allows you to purchase ETH and send it directly to your wallet. Other services like Synapse Protocol or Chainge Bridge are also working great.

Step 2: Add the Network to your wallet

Here we provide an example for doing this using MetaMask, although the process should be similar for other wallets. You need to first click on the MetaMask extension on your browser, click the network selector dropdown on the top-left corner, and then click the Add Network button at the bottom. Click "Add a network manually" and then provide the information corresponding to the chain you want to send your assets.

Here we display the information on the most common Arbitrum chains, but you can find a more exhaustive list on our RPC endpoints and providers page.

ParameterArbitrum One

Network name

Arbitrum One

RPC URL

Chain ID

42161

Currency symbol

ETH

Block explorer URL

Step 3: Initiate the deposit

To bridge your ETH or ERC-20 tokens to a different chain, start by visiting bridge.arbitrum.io. Log in to the bridge with your wallet and make sure you are connected to the source network (from where you want to deposit your assets) at the top of the page. Then, select the destination network (where you want your assets to go), e.g., Arbitrum One or Arbitrum Nova.

Select the token you want to bridge in the token drop-down menu. You can also enable/disable the token lists by clicking Manage token lists button on the bottom right corner of the drop-down menu.

Enter the amount of ETH or ERC-20 tokens you want to bridge over in the From box and then press Move Funds Follow the prompts on your web3 wallet.

โ„น ENSURE SUFFICIENT ETH BALANCE Please make sure you leave enough ETH in your wallet to pay for the transaction, otherwise there will be no web3 wallet popup.

After you submit the transaction through your web3 wallet you can expect your funds to arrive on the destination chain within roughly 15-30 minutes (depending on the chain congestion).

Also, make sure your wallet is set to the destination chain so you can see your funds when they arrive.

Step 4: Get USDC on Arbitrum

To participate in the token sale you will need USDC on Arbitrum. Be aware that there is a bridged USDC and a โ€œnormalโ€ USDC. For the sale you will need the normal USDC with this address: 0xaf88d065e77c8cC2239327C5EDb3A432268e5831

We recommend using Uniswap and select the USD Coin to be able to participate in the sale. If you have the Bridged USDC already in your wallet you can directly swap it back to the USD Coin .

Token Sale Participation

websiteWhen you have a prepared wallet with USDC on Arbitrum you are ready to participate in the Frostbit token sale on the official website.

Check if you are on the correct website: https://frostbit.metastudio.pt/

Step 1: Sign Up or Log In

Sign Up to the token sale platform. You will receive an email to your inbox to verify your signup. After this, you can access the platform. If you already have an account you can directly sign into the platform.

Step 2: Perform KYC (Know-Your-Customer)

Due to regulatory reasons we only allow KYCed users on the token sale platform. KYC is performed with a trusted third-party provider. Follow the instructions shown on-screen after signing up to access the token sale.

Step 3: Connect your Wallet

After clicking the Connect Wallet button you will see the popup above. Select the wallet provider or All Wallets depending on which wallet you have installed. After that, your wallet should ask you if you want to connect to the side.

After you have connected the wallet your screen should show a different icon and that your wallet is connected (like in the screenshot above).

Step 4: Choose which sale you want to participate in

Now you can see all token sale rounds that are currently active. Click on the sale round you want to participate in. You will be redirected to the individual sale page of this round.

Step 5: Contribute

Now you can choose the amount you want to contribute to the sale. The overview shows you the hard facts on the sale, such as minimum and maximum contribution.

For your deposit, you will need to agree on the allowance of a token deposit within your wallet.

Once the allowance is given, your wallet should show the final transaction to contribute to the sale. Please do not close the window until your transaction has gone through. If everything works, your screen should show a popup like shown below.

Now you have successfully taken part in the token sale and you can see your purchases at the bottom of the page.

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