The Do's and Don'ts of submitting a Token Update request
Token & Dapp Update
Tutorials and guides for token owners and creators on everything specific to our Token and Dapp Update features.
Users now can have their ownership of a contract address be verified and tied to their Etherscan account.
A tutorial on how to submit the information for your Dapp page.
There are a number of reasons that you might be unable to verify your token ownership. Read this article to find out the most common reasons.
The Blue Checkmark on Etherscan lets people know that this is a Token Account of public interest.
Sign a verifiable message using the address that is tied to the contract address with a message that indicates you are releasing your ownership of the contract address.
For a contract address that is created by another contract, the verification will be performed manually.
When a token is moved from its original contract address to a new contract address, this is refer to as token migration.
If you are a token creator/owner that is looking to have the price of your token displayed on the Token page, kindly submit a Token Update request.
The Etherscan Token Reputation is designed to help users make informed decisions while interacting with Token Contracts.
If you are a token creator and are looking to update the information on your token's page, please refer to this article on how to do so.
Verify Address Ownership process involves verifying the ownership of a smart contract address with the Ethereum address used to create the smart contract.