Exodus, a all-in-one wallet to secure, manage and exchange blockchain assets has announced that they are adding Ripple (XRP) support. Also with this announcement they added TrueUSD (TUSD) a stable coin for receiving , sending and exchanging.
Users now can send and receive XRP and TUSD. To add XRP or TUSD the user has to visit the settings section and then click assets.
So you just realized that you had some EOS and you just read an article that says that all your tokens of EOS after 2nd of June are more likely to be gone or frozen. Don’t go jumping off the bridge just yet as there might be a solution to this.
First you would need to understand where your tokens were located. If you had left them on an exchange, then you are in luck, because the exchange most likely will do the token swap for you, but you probably will miss out all the airdrops based on the genesis snapshot. But at least you will have your EOS and will have to do nothing.
On the other side, if you left your EOS tokens on MyEtherWallet, Exodus wallet or in a private ETH(Ethereum) wallet in general, then you will have to try to use “The Fallback Method”.
Step 1: Install Scatter. There is a Chrome extension and a Firefox addon. Step 2: Open up the scatter browser extension. Step 3: Setup a Scatter password, identify, etc. Step 4: Once you have Scatter setup, use the key pairs options, choose ETH in the dropdown, paste ETH Private key Step 5: Once you see your ETH Public key, just change the dropdown to EOS! Step 6: All done, what you see on screen is the EOS Private key for your fallback key