$PSTAKE Sale on CoinList: Step-by-Step Guide

Get up to speed on everything you need to know about registering for the $PSTAKE public sale on CoinList.
CoinList $PSTAKE token sale

pSTAKE’s native governance token, $PSTAKE, is making its public debut on CoinList in the upcoming public sale. You can learn more about the role of $PSTAKE here.

5% of the total genesis supply (25M $PSTAKE) has been allocated for the public sale. The details of the sale structure can be found here.

While the intention of the sale is wide distribution of $PSTAKE tokens, we would also like to take this opportunity to stand by our promise of incentivising early pSTAKE users (both existing and new) to get involved with the pSTAKE ecosystem and contribute to the growth of the protocol. This will be achieved via a priority queue, as outlined below.

Read ahead to learn how to register for the $PSTAKE token sale on CoinList and for details about how you can access the priority queue by getting hands-on with the pSTAKE protocol.


  1. CoinList Registration
  2. $PSTAKE Public Sale Registration
  3. Priority Queue Registration

1. CoinList Registration

First-time users on CoinList will first have to register as a user and complete the KYC process using a government-issued ID.

Existing users can directly log into their account on the CoinList website, and find the $PSTAKE public sale registration link under ‘Token Sales’. Click on the link and skip to the ‘$PSTAKE Public Sale Registration’ section below.

Step 1 – Create an Account

If you are new to CoinList, click here to begin the registration process.

Step 2 – Check Participant Requirements 

Review the participant requirements displayed on the page to confirm you are eligible.

Note: You will need to have the following to complete the verification process. 

  • Webcam
  • Your passport or other government-issued photo ID

Step 3 – Verify Identity

Enter your information in the corresponding fields.

Step 4 – Complete KYC

Complete the KYC process by verifying your documents and photo.

Once successfully verified, you are ready to register for the $PSTAKE token sale on CoinList.

2. $PSTAKE Public Sale Registration

The next stage of the process is registering for the $PSTAKE token sale itself. Existing users can directly log into their account on the CoinList website, and find the $PSTAKE public sale registration link under ‘Token Sales’.

Step 5 – Complete the Quiz

Complete the qualification quiz by answering the multiple choice questions displayed.

Step 6 – Set Up Google Authenticator

In order to secure your account, you must follow the instructions displayed to connect your Google Authenticator app to your CoinList account. Enter the authentication code shown on your app in the field and click ‘Enable’.

Step 7- Set Up CoinList Wallet

Click the ‘Set up CoinList wallet’ button to complete the process.

After setting up your wallet, your registration for the $PSTAKE public sale will be complete.

You’re now ready to register for the priority queue, if you wish to do so.

3. Priority Queue Registration

CoinList public sales are generally very popular and are thus competitive to gain entry to. However, we would like to grant privileges to our active supporters who have contributed towards pSTAKE’s growth. We have therefore devised a mechanism to allow protocol users to gain access to a priority queue for the sale. 

CoinList priority queue is an invite-only queue that is significantly shorter than the main sale queue, running in parallel to the main queue, giving the invitees a much higher chance of securing an allocation.

Priority queue invites are usually only granted to long-term CoinList users. For the $PSTAKE sale, however, pSTAKE protocol users will also be given access to the priority queue (in addition to other select individuals, as determined by CoinList), based on pre-determined eligibility criteria.

Note: Both new and existing pSTAKE users can meet the eligibility criteria, as outlined below.

Eligibility Criteria

For existing pSTAKE users:

All users who have performed ANY ONE of the following actions via the pSTAKE application before the announcement of the $PSTAKE token sale are automatically eligible for the priority queue:

  • Deposit native assets (ATOM or XPRT) to mint pTOKENs.
  • Stake pTOKENs to mint stkTOKENs.
  • Claim rewards accrued on the staked stkTOKENs.
  • Unstake stkTOKENs to mint pTOKENs.
  • Withdraw pTOKENs to withdraw native assets.

Note: Snapshot was taken at 00:00 UTC 8th December, 2021.

For new pSTAKE users:

If you have not used pSTAKE yet, you can still be eligible by executing ANY ONE of the below actions before the $PSTAKE public sale registration deadline (December 13 at 23:59 UTC):

  • Mint stkATOM: Use the pSTAKE application to mint stkATOM by depositing ATOM (purchasing stkATOM from existing liquidity pools is not an eligible action).
  • Mint stkXPRT: Use the pSTAKE application to mint stkXPRT by depositing XPRT (purchasing stkXPRT from existing liquidity pools is not an eligible action).
  • Supply liquidity to the stkATOM/ETH pool on SushiSwap: After providing liquidity in the pool, you must stake your LP tokens with pSTAKE or else you will be deemed ineligible. 
  • Supply liquidity to the stkXPRT/ETH pool on SushiSwap: After providing liquidity in the pool, you must stake your LP tokens with pSTAKE or else you will be deemed ineligible.

See our pSTAKE: Zero to One article or our documentation for guidance on how to use pSTAKE. pSTAKE user video tutorials are available here (for Keplr users) and here (for Ledger users).

Note: Entry into the priority queue DOES NOT guarantee an allocation during the sale.

Submitting Signature

Once you have fulfilled any of the abovementioned eligibility criteria, you must register for the priority queue by submitting your signature so we can confirm the action has been completed, as outlined below.

Step 1 – Click ‘Submit Wallet and Signature’

Once you have successfully registered for the $PSTAKE public sale, you will see an option on the ‘Registration Complete’ page to ‘Submit Wallet and Signature’. Click this button.

Step 2 – Enter Your Ethereum Wallet Address

After clicking on ‘Submit Wallet and Signature’, the following pop-up will appear:

In the ‘Wallet Address’ field, enter the ERC20 wallet address that you used to interact with the pSTAKE protocol (your MetaMask Ethereum wallet address used with pSTAKE).

Step 3 – Connect MetaMask to MyEtherWallet

To sign the message as required for the ‘Paste signed message here’ field, we are going to make use of a service called MyEtherWallet. You must first connect your MetaMask to MyEtherWallet via the directions outlined below.

Note: You must connect your MetaMask Ethereum wallet address that you used to interact with the pSTAKE protocol.

Navigate to the MyEtherWallet website, and click the ‘Access My Wallet’ button. You will see the following:

Select the ‘Browser Extension’ option. A MetaMask pop-up should appear, but if it doesn’t then click the MetaMask icon at the top of your browser. You should see a ‘Connect With MetaMask’ window.

Select the relevant account(s) and click ‘Next’. Review the access you’re granting, and if you’re happy click ‘Connect’.

Your MetaMask wallet should now be connected to MyEtherWallet.

Step 4 – Sign Message

Next we need to sign the message to paste into the ‘Paste signed message here’ field on the CoinList website. Firstly, copy the message from the ‘Copy and sign this message’ field.

Navigate back to MyEtherWallet and click the ‘Message’ drop-down menu item in the left navigation panel and select ‘Sign Message’

In the ‘Signature’ field, paste the message you copied above, and click the ‘Sign’ button:

Approve the signature transaction via the Metamask pop-up (click ‘Sign’):

Once the transaction is approved, the next screen will show a Message Signed field.

Copy the 130 character-long string under “sig”. Do not use the ‘Copy’ button on MEW. 

Step 5 – Paste the Signed Message into the CoinList Form and Confirm

Navigate back to the CoinList website and paste this character string under the ‘4.Paste the Signed message here’ section.

Next, click ‘Verify wallet address.

After you finish the signature signing process, you will see the following message:

You have now successfully registered for the priority queue.

A snapshot will be taken after the registration deadline, on December 13 at 23:59 UTC. The wallet addresses registered for the priority queue will be verified against the snapshot data, and all verified participants will be notified regarding their entry into the priority queue. 

Note: Entry into the priority queue DOES NOT guarantee an allocation during the sale.

If you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us in our Telegram community group.

About pSTAKE

pSTAKE is a liquid staking solution that unlocks the potential of staked PoS assets (e.g. ATOM). PoS token holders can deposit their tokens on the pSTAKE application to mint 1:1 pegged ERC-20 wrapped unstaked tokens, which are represented as pTOKENs (e.g. pATOM) that can then be transferred to other wallets or smart contracts on the Ethereum network to generate additional yield.

Currently, pSTAKE issues 1:1 pegged ERC-20 liquid staking representative tokens on the Ethereum network, with a long-term aim of building a multi-chain protocol issuing liquid staked representatives on multiple networks including the Persistence Core-1 chain.

We have a bag full of new features and an exciting roadmap for the coming months, so be sure to follow pSTAKE on Twitter and hop onto our Telegram group and Discord channel to stay up-to-date with the latest developments.

Developed by Persistence

Persistence is enabling exposure to multiple asset classes such as Liquid Staking (pSTAKE), NFTs (Asset Mantle), and Synthetics (Comdex). Persistence ecosystem products are designed to stimulate global liquidity and enable seamless value exchange.

Persistence’s Core mainnet is a Proof-of-Stake chain powered by Tendermint BFT consensus engine. Persistence’s multi-chain tech stack (currently supporting Cosmos, Ethereum, and other Tendermint-based chains) abstracts away the complexities for developers and enables them to create DEXs, marketplaces, lending/borrowing platforms, etc.

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