User Guide for AOS Wallet

AOS Wallet Instructions:

1. This is a decentralized wallet for AOS public blockchain.

2. Currently, this wallet is free for a limited time.

3. During registration, please remember your account address and keep safe of your wallet password, account private key and other information.

№1 Download and Sign Up for AOS Wallet

Download AOS Wallet. Use cellphone browser to scan the QR code and download the Wallet.

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Create a New Account.

Step 1: Click “Create My Wallet”

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Create a Wallet Name (in the picture, the Wallet Name is AOS), set up a password and remember the password. (Please enter your password twice)

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Step 2: The menu bars from the top to the bottom are 1) Create a New Account, 2) Import Account

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Step3: Please set an address for your account. (Rule: the address shall consist of 12 characters, either alphabets or numbers. Alphabets shall be chosen from A-Z and numbers are chosen from 1–5.)

Meanwhile, you need to copy and keep your private key (Owner Key) in a safe place.

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Step 4: Please fill in your account address and enter the private (Owner) key to verify. This step is to prove that you have saved the address and the private key.

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As can be shown in the picture, you have successfully created a Wallet account. Congratulations! (Some phones may restrict the usage of AOS Wallet. It can be solved by clicking “Sure” at the popup screen and set the Wallet as a reliable software.)

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№2 Send and Receive Coins with AOS Wallet

Step 1: Accept Payments: Click the address at the top left corner of your browser screen and copy the address. In this way, AOS will be transferred from other exchanges or wallets to your Wallet. (As can be seen in the picture, I received 315 AOS.)

Step 2: Transfers: Click “Transfer” in the picture to start transfer.

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I transfer to Kangbo Exchange by entering its address and the amount of AOS to be transferred (I want to transfer 100 AOS) as well as putting in a correct Tag (Memo). You need not to enter the Tag/Memo, if the receiver does not have one.

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Enter the password that you have set up before and click “Sure”.

The transaction is successful, and all you need to do is wait for the money to show up in the account.

If you want to check the transaction history, please click icon of AOS balance to see all the transactions. You can check the transaction history here.

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№3 Resource Management

AOS public blockchain is completely free of charge. However, if a user wishes to use the transfer function of the Wallet, he needs to stake his AOS for CPU, bandwidth and memory. If the user does not need to transfer, he is free to unstake AOS. (A newly created AOS Wallet is given a small amount of free resources. After the resources are used up, the user needs to stake AOS for resources.)

1. Stake to Obtain CPU and Bandwidth (NET)

Click “Asset Management” at homepage and enter the CPU/NET interface. Click “Stake”, enter the amount of AOS and put in the password to complete staking.

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2. Unstake CPU and Bandwidth (NET).

The interface and method are the same. Click “Untakes” and enter the amount you wish to unstake. After entering passwords, the unstaking is completed.

3. Stake and Buy Memory (Ram)

Click to navigate to the Ram interface — Click “Buy” — Enter the amount of AOS — Click “Buy” and enter the password to complete the purchase.

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4. Unstake and Sell the Memory (Ram)

Click to navigate to the Ram interface — Click “Sell” — Enter the amount of memory (11KB is entered in the picture) — Click “Sell” and enter your password to complete the sale.

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№4 Import Account to Your AOS Wallet

If you have already registered an AOS Wallet account, how to import it?

Option 1: Import to the newly downloaded wallet: likewise, you need to set up a username and password.

Choose “Import Account” at the middle — Enter your private (Owner) key — Enter the security password which you have just set up — Choose an account — Successfully imported.

Option 2: Add account within the wallet through importing: click the wallet tag located top right of the screen, find wallet import and repeat the method introduced in Option 1.

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№5 DAPP

The DAPP in the wallet is the ecological layout of the AOS wallet. Currently, AOS has launched a series of staking products, and there will be more in the future.

Here’s how to participate in Staking.

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Click DAPP and Select the product to stake.

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Click the “sign” and enter the password to confirm pledge.

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After the staking process is done, and click the yellow box icon to check all the staking history.

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