Poloniex distributes OMG to ETH holders
According to an announcement made on 17 August 2017 the OmiseGo team had announced that they will distribute 5% of the total supply of OMG to ETH holders through an airdrop. They said it was based on a snapshot of account balances at a block height of 3988888 on the Ethereum Blockchain which was mined at 4.36 PM UTC on 7 July 2017. Those with more than 0.1 ETH were eligible for an equal proportion of OMG. Currently, Poloniex has announced that they have credited OMG onto customers accounts of those who held more than 0.1 ETH at a block height 3988888.
The OMG allocation was based on the ETH account balance database snapshot from the above-mentioned date. Those who lend ETH will receive OMG. At the time of the snapshot, one ETH was proportional 0.075 OMG.
Those who are eligible will find that their OMG allocation is now available in their OMG account balance.
According to a recent report by BC Focus, BCHSV deposits and withdrawals reopened after having faced problems with withdrawing the digital asset at Poloniex. In fact, BCHABC also faced a similar problem but was solved then and there. But the problem for BCHSV continued to persist for a long time.
However, the nature of the problem could not be tracked but BCHSV transactions failed to pass through all the nodes of the BSV Chain. Later the problem was rectified and solved and BCHSV deposits and withdrawals were reopened.
At the time of writing, OMG was trading at $1.63 against U.S. dollars with a 0.09% decline in price. At press time, the coin’s market cap was found to be $228.5 million, according to data fro CoinMarketCap.
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