by HowToPulse Team
May 19, 2022

Pulsechain & Pulsex Sacrifice Checker

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PulseChain mainnet release is approaching and users want to check their token balances to see how many PLS tokens they have. Other users who missed the sacrifice phase want to know their Ethereum balances of airdropped tokens on the other side. 

In the link below you can find the official Pulsechain & Pulsex Sacrifice checker:

Sacrifice phase

People could participate in the sacrifice phase and sacrifice their tokens. It started on July 15, 2021, and ended on August 03. People gave up on their tokens and there can be no expectations of any kind from this sacrifice. They’ve been assigned points based on the amount of their sacrifice and the timing. These points can now be used as tPLS on the testnet. Read here about how to use the testnet. It’s assumed that tPLS will become PLS tokens on PulseChain mainnet at a 1:1 ratio.

People could also donate to the SENS.org research foundation to support medical research. During this phase, $27M was raised.

Whoever missed out on the sacrifice phase will not get these tPLS.

Sacrifice balance checker

So now you sacrifice and you want to check how many points you have on your account? PulseChain developers released the sacrifice balance checker tool so you can go, connect with your Metamask and check the sacrifice balance you have been given on the testnet. If your balance doesn’t match what you believe you should have been given, you can use the reporting tool. The sacrifice checker lets you report your missing sacrifice balance or the discrepancy in balances.

How to check your Ethereum balance on PulseChain

Ethereum users who missed out on the sacrifice phase, as well as those who participated, will have their Ethereum addresses balances copied to PulseChain. Every token, every smart contract, and each NFT will get copied to the new chain and you will have to do nothing but simply add the PulseChain network to your Metamask and that’s it. This can be done by changing RPC setting in Metamask. When you do, you’ll find there all the tokens you had on Ethereum. The only difference is that instead of ETH, now you’ll have PLS tokens. For the rest, the names of other tokens won’t change.

What airdrop tokens will you get on PulseChain

PulseChain is a hard fork of Ethereum and you’ll get a copy of every Ethereum token. This means that you’ll get a double of your Ether (ETH), HEX, Chainlink (LINK), Shiba Inu (SHIB), Tether (USDT), Wrapped Bitcoin (WBTC), etc. ETH on PulseChain will be called Pulse (PLS). You can’t buy Pulse until the mainnet launches. The airdrop includes only addresses that hold tokens in a non-custodial wallet rather than on a centralized exchange like Binance, Coinbase, Kraken, etc. These exchanges may or may not honor the airdrop. Tokens on other blockchains like Polygon, xDai, and Binance Chain will not be copied over to PulseChain.

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