Frequently Asked Questions

  I'm new to Viralic Protocol. Where should I start?

We think the best way to get started is having a look to the Faq and the introduction chapter in the Documentation. Each step there is mainly focused on one specific aspect and is easy to follow. If you are familiar with Decentralized Blockchain Applications and BSC Wallet configuration you can directly launch the App and five to ten minutes should be enough to get you up and running. Start creating your personal Referral Code using a known Referrer Code for requesting your first VIC tokens. If you don't have a Referrer Code from other users you can get one from the VIC or VIP Parade. Remember that only BSC/ETH wallet created and used before the launch date will be allowed to request the initial VIC bonus. If you have a newer wallet you can always create your personal Referral Code and getting VIC bonuses by spreading your Code for other account creations.

  I want to create my personal Referral Code and request for VIC bonus but Refferer Code field is not enabled. Why?

The field Referrer Code gives you the possibility to specify a code from a referrer, and this allows you and the referrer to request for bonus VIC tokens. As an antifraud prevention rule at Protocol launch only ETH/BSC wallet addresses that have been created and used (almost one transaction) before the Mainnet Protocol launch date will be enabled to this feature. In the future this rule could change according to community decisions. If you have only a newer ETH/BSC wallet you can create a personal referral code (without initial bonus) and then start spreading your code for future account creations from other users, eventually getting you VIC bonuses.

  Is Viralic Protocol officially audited?

Contracts have been checked with code security tools and are available for public audit on Github, but are not officially audited yet (in the future could), so DYOR (Do your own research) and Use at your own risk!.

  Is Viralic Protocol licensed?

Viralic Protocol is licensed as Open Source Software under MIT License.

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