Could this be a bug???? Registration address incorrect in snapshot, not the address that was reg.

HardknocksHardknocks Posts: 3 Brand New

I have noticed that the snap shot is incorrect when it comes to my registered EOS Public key address.

I accidentally sent some tokens to the contract address as well as sending some to my wallet address.

The snapshot is showing the wrong EOS registration address. I do not have a private key for this address and therefore will not be able to access any of my tokens or will I ????

The private key I have is for this registered address.

E0S7qgtihAjRiPrbamMsZKJ8nrZnK1rcbLPZHyMoHEA2shx7ApAKo

Wallet address is : 0x7f2113aA589834337d18C8588A2229A13879A4Fc

Something has gone wrong and it has totalled the fallback to the wrong EOS address.

I have used both https://eoscountdown.com and https://eosauthority.com/genesis to check registration. They are both showing different registration address and amounts.

Also I have checked the snap shot on https://raw.githubusercontent.com/eosnewyork/snapshots/master/final/2/snapshot.csv

and it confirms the Eos public key address matched to my eth wallet is incorrect.

This is not what I registered.

Please help

Comments

  • rohan_eosauthorityrohan_eosauthority Posts: 2 Brand New
    edited June 6

    Your registration used a malformed key. It looked like an EOS public key but it wasn't a usable/valid public key. You might be able to use Fallback. Follow instructions on our website here. https://eosauthority.com/blog/how_to_generate_your_EOS_fallback_key_from_ethereum_private_key

    Also your balance is
    Reclaimed: 5232.2691
    Wallet: 2447.0369 (only this is shown on Etherscan and others)
    Total: 7709.306

    Any more questions, contact us on our website.

  • sandwichsandwich Posts: 1 Brand New
    edited June 6
    const {PublicKey} = require('eosjs-ecc'),
          pks = ['E0S7qgtihAjRiPrbamMsZKJ8nrZnK1rcbLPZHyMoHEA2shx7ApAKo']
    pks.forEach( pk => {
      console.log(pk, "| is valid:", PublicKey.isValid(pk), "| length of public key:", pk.length)
    } )
    //E0S7qgtihAjRiPrbamMsZKJ8nrZnK1rcbLPZHyMoHEA2shx7ApAKo | is valid: false | length of public key: 53
    
  • HardknocksHardknocks Posts: 3 Brand New

    @sandwich said:

    const {PublicKey} = require('eosjs-ecc'),
          pks = ['E0S7qgtihAjRiPrbamMsZKJ8nrZnK1rcbLPZHyMoHEA2shx7ApAKo']
    pks.forEach( pk => {
      console.log(pk, "| is valid:", PublicKey.isValid(pk), "| length of public key:", pk.length)
    } )
    //E0S7qgtihAjRiPrbamMsZKJ8nrZnK1rcbLPZHyMoHEA2shx7ApAKo | is valid: false | length of public key: 53
    

    @sandwich said:

    const {PublicKey} = require('eosjs-ecc'),
          pks = ['E0S7qgtihAjRiPrbamMsZKJ8nrZnK1rcbLPZHyMoHEA2shx7ApAKo']
    pks.forEach( pk => {
      console.log(pk, "| is valid:", PublicKey.isValid(pk), "| length of public key:", pk.length)
    } )
    //E0S7qgtihAjRiPrbamMsZKJ8nrZnK1rcbLPZHyMoHEA2shx7ApAKo | is valid: false | length of public key: 53
    
  • HardknocksHardknocks Posts: 3 Brand New

    What does it mean by False? What do I need to do to correct?

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