To accept XH5 you’ll first need to add a trustline for the asset in your wallet. Even if you do not intend to purchase XH5, but are merely interested in the Life Token Experiment, all remaining XH5 will be equally distributed to wallets that have established a trustline on X-Day, July 20th, 2020, regardless of their balance.
To participate in this free distribution of XH5 you’ll need to establish a trustline.
Adding a trustline tells the Stellar network that you are willing to receive a specific asset, in this case, XH5.
It is important to note that you must have an existing Lumen, or XLM balance in your wallet to establish a trustline.
XH5 is actually a credit, and it is important to note that the buyback price is always lower than the sale price, so you are guaranteed to lose lumens if you do not plan on holding the XH5 until the liquidation of the account. Even then there is no guarantee that you will come close to receiving the number of lumens originally swapped for XH5.
Log into Stellarport
Go to Balances. At the bottom of the page click the + Trustline button at the bottom.
In the box that pops up, where it says Asset or Issuer, type XH5.
The search should return only one result. If there is more than one check the issuer account making sure the wallet address ends in RFBF, or click the three dots in the middle of the address to check that it is GA6N7EVPWJL4266JTJN52TRIRPDAKMUJWFZ5Q2RN4Z23KXCKPUTURFBF.
In your Keybase app click the burger stack icon in the bottom right corner.
This brings up a list with Git, Devices and Wallet listed, as well as Keybase FM 87.8. Choose your wallet, which should be active if you participated in the Stellar airdrop that was cut short.
Click the Setting icon to the right of the Send and Receive buttons at the top of the page.
Scroll down to Trustlines at the bottom of the page, and there will be a Manage Trustlines button. Click that, enter XH5 in the search bar. The returned result should say cleanshave.org, but you can also click the listing for a drop-down display to confirm the issuing address.
Click the Accept button to establish the trustline.
Clicking View Details will open up Stellar.Expert in your default browser for more information about the XH5 asset, but is not required to add the trustline to your wallet in Keybase.
Using the Transaction Builder in Stellar Laboratory, use the Change Trust option to create a trustline for XH5.
At the top of the Transaction Builder paste your Stellar Wallet address into the box that says Source Account.
Click the button which says, “Fetch next sequence number for account starting…”
Skip down to Operation Type where you click the drop-down box and choose Change Trust.
Next to Asset choose Alphanumeric 4. In the Asset Code box enter XH5.
Under Issuer Account paste GA6N7EVPWJL4266JTJN52TRIRPDAKMUJWFZ5Q2RN4Z23KXCKPUTURFBF
Scroll to the bottom of the page and click Sign in Transaction Signer.
(On the next page sign the transaction with the private key for your Stellar Wallet… and I’d need to finish this when I can grab screenshots for the detailed article.)
Once HTTPS is setup up on Cleanshave.org the name and logo should start being displayed next to the asset.
Depending on your Stellar wallet any of the following information may be required:
- Asset Code: XH5
- Home Domain: cleanshave.org
- Issuer Account: GA6N7EVPWJL4266JTJN52TRIRPDAKMUJWFZ5Q2RN4Z23KXCKPUTURFBF
Read the XH5 Grey Paper to learn more about the Life Token Experiment