If you can't lock up OMM
Get help if you see an error when trying to lock up your Omm Tokens.
If you previously staked your OMM and voted for the Binance Node validator, you may get an error when you first try to lock up OMM.
When you lock up OMM, the smart contract also updates your votes and checks that each validator address is correct. The error occurs because Binance Node recently changed their address, and if you hadn't updated your votes in a while, it will check the old address which is now invalid.
To fix the error, you'll need to clear your votes. Because you can't lock up OMM, you don't have any bOMM, so you're unable to adjust your votes in the app. These steps will help you clear your votes via the smart contracts, with the help of the ICONex wallet.
1. Click the ICONex icon in your browser, click Access My Wallet, then go to the Contract tab.
What you should see after completing step 2.
3. Click Confirm to reveal an additional section underneath.
clearPreviousfrom the first dropdown.
What you should see after completing step 4.
5. Add your wallet address to the
_userfield, then choose the wallet in ICONex to reset delegations for. Confirm the password when prompted.
100000000for the step limit, then click Write.
What you should see after completing step 6.
7. Make sure the user and wallet addresses match in the ICONex modal, then click Write again to confirm the transaction.
Your votes have now been reset.
You can now use the app to lock up your OMM and choose which validators to vote for:
- 2.Click ‘Lock up OMM’ in the Vote overview section, then choose the amount of OMM to lock up and for how long.
- 3.Click Confirm and complete the transaction.
- 4.Go to the 'Your votes' section, then click 'Adjust validators' and edit the list.
- 5.Click Save and confirm your changes.