Your Public Key Address provides a point of access to send AGX and AUX Coins to your LODEpay Wallet. Each LODEpay Wallet is assigned its own unique address, which people can then use to receive funds.

In order to receive the micro-payout Rewards for holding LODE Tokens, which are paid in AGX Coins only, you must verify your Public Key Address so they can be sent to your LODEpay Wallet.

To verify your Public Key Address, it has to be copied from your LODEpay Wallet and pasted into the Public Key Submission box in your LODEpay Member Account.

Step 1: Locate and copy your "Public Key Address" onto the clipboard in your LODEpay Wallet.

🤔 Where can I find my Public Key Address?

Now that you have the Public Key Address copied onto the clipboard of your LODEpay Wallet, you can paste it into an email or text and send it to your desktop device if you prefer working on that device.

Step 2: Open an Internet browser on your mobile or desktop device and type "members.lode.one" (without the quotation marks) into the URL search window.

Step 3: Once the LODEpay Members Portal page opens, login into your LODEpay Member Account with your "Username" or "Email" and your "Password".

Step 4: On your Dashboard page, tap on the "Avatar" (blue circle with character) in the upper right corner of your screen.

Step 5: On the drop-down menu tap on "Profile Settings".

Step 6: Locate the "Public Key Submission" box.

If you are working on a mobile device, you will need to scroll down your screen until you locate the Public Key Submission box.

If you are working on your desktop device, you will see the Public Key Submission box on the top right side of your screen.

Step 7: Paste your "Public Key Address" into the "Public Key Submission" box.

If you are working on a mobile device, lightly press your finger on the empty Public Key Submission box until the outline turns orange and a white box with the word "paste" appears then tap on it.

The "Public Key Address" you pasted from the clipboard of your LODEpay Wallet should appear in the Public Key Submission box.

If you are working on a desktop device, copy the Public Key Address from the email or text message that you sent to your device and paste it into the Public Key Submission box.

Step 9: Tap on "ADD PUBLIC KEY".

Step 9: Tap on "OK" on the next screen.

Step 10: Make a note of the last 4 or 5 digits of your Public Key Address so you can easily confirm that the address in the "Public Key Confirmation" email is the same as the one you pasted into your LODEpay Member Account key submission box.

Step 11: Check for a "Public Key Confirmation" email from the LODE One Administrator.

Step 12: Confirm the Public Key Address displayed in the confirmation email is correct and then tap on the green tab, "Approve Public Address".

After you tap on the "Approve Public Address" tab, you will receive an email message stating, "Great! Your Syscoin Public Key has been approved! Nothing else needs to be done".

Step 13: Close the window.

Step 14: Check your LODEpay Member Account.

You should see the following message:

"Success! - You have successfully confirmed your public address".

Step 15: Tap "OK".

Congratulations!

You are now ready to buy, store, send, and spend AGX and AUX Coins through your LODEpay Wallet.

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🤔 More questions?

Take a look at the full list of step-by-step procedures provided for the LODE community.

If you still have questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to the support team by tapping on the chat icon (see image below) located at the bottom right of your screen on your LODEpay Member’s Portal and at lode.one.

Alternatively, you can also email info@lode.one with your full name, username, Lode ID number and the email address you have recorded in your members portal, and provide a detailed explanation of the issue you are having, and someone will contact you within one business day.

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