Alpha wallet for betas

Happy geek pride day! In the past weeks, we geeks have been laying the groundwork for our software stack. To prove to our backers our serious intentions, we are striving to make an alpha wallet available for public testing, even before the end of our fundraiser campaign on the 21st of June. Of course, we don't know if we will succeed in this ambitious goal, but we will certainly attempt to make it happen. This way, our backers can already take a peek at the software we are developing.

The case of the missing PIN

We understand from people with Gmail accounts that our PIN emails, and in some cases our confirmation emails, are not arriving at Gmail customers. This is because Gmail uses excessively strict greylist filtering. In some cases, it may help to send a little test email to and keep this email in your outbox, before you start the donation procedure. Then Gmail sees the address as 'whitelisted' because you have corresponded with it before. However, if you do not receive a PIN email, even after checking your spam box, please use 77777 as your emergency PIN in combination with Gmail addresses only. These donations will then receive extra inspection and verification.

In that case, be absolutely sure to paste the correct transaction ID, which is a 64 character long hexadecimal string that identifies your transaction. You can find your 'TXID' by viewing the transactions coming in to the blockchain address that you are donating to, which are listed on our terms page using a block explorer. For Bitcoin donations, for example, you can use: and for Ethereum donations:

In case of not receiving a confirmation email, we also recommend to make screenshots of your transaction, in case these may be needed in later correspondence. You can always contact us about your donation in case of problems. Please understand that we cannot give you a simple refund of any donation, since only the overseeing foundation can decide on individual cases, when serious error is involved.