How do I swap old BitTorrent (BTT) for new BTT?
Everything you need to know about the BitTorrent (BTT) token migration, and how to swap your current BTT for the new BTT.
In this article:
What is happening to BitTorrent (BTT)?
BitTorrent Inc. recently announced the launch of BitTorrent Chain mainnet (BTTC). BitTorrent (BTT) will be redenominated from a TRC10 token to a TRC20 token on the TRON blockchain.
The new TRC20 BTT tokens on the TRON network will be referred to as BTT (or as BTTC in Binance), while the old TRC10 BTT tokens will be renamed BTTOLD.
To learn more about the BTT migration, please see this Medium article from BitTorrent Inc. on the announcement of the BitTorrent Chain.
Exodus supports TRC20 BitTorrent (BTT) and TRC10 BitTorrent (BTTOLD) on the TRON network. This article will show you how to enable TRC20 BTT: How do I enable/disable assets in Exodus?
How do I swap my BTTOLD to the new BTT?
Outlined below are instructions on how to import your TRON private key into the TronLink wallet to swap BTTOLD for the new BTT.
TronLink is a third-party platform that is not affiliated with Exodus. As such, Exodus cannot guarantee the performance of its products/services or that the steps shown and the information provided will always be accurate.
At this time, swapping BTTOLD for new BTT can only be done with the TronLink browser extension on a desktop device. You will need to sync your mobile wallet to the desktop version of Exodus. Here’s how:
Before you begin, you will need to add the TronLink browser extension which you can find on the TronLink website: https://www.tronlink.org/dlDetails/.
Once you’ve set up the TronLink browser extension, here are the steps to send your BTTOLD to TronLink and swap for the new BTT:
Please be very careful with your 12-word secret recovery phrase and private keys because they control access to your funds. Never share them with anyone, and only import them into platforms that you trust 100%. If you choose to import your secret recovery phrase or private keys into a third-party platform, you do so at your own risk. To find out more, check out this article from our Knowledge Base: How do I keep my money safe?