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cleos --url http://api.eosnewyork.io transfer ge4dimrzgige ironmanineos " 0.0001 EOSDAC"

157492ms thread-0 main.cpp:2712 main ] Failed with error: unspecified (0) Symbol EOSDAC is not supported by token contract eosio.token

I tried even like this

nalam@LAPTOP-1K8NT0S9 MINGW64 /c/Program Files/Docker Toolbox $ cleos --url http://api.eosnewyork.io transfer -c eosdactokens ge4dimrzgige ironmanineos " 0.0001 EOSDAC"

320284ms thread-0 main.cpp:2712 main ] Failed with error: unspecified (0) Symbol EOSDAC is not supported by token contract eosio.token

cleos --url http://api.eosnewyork.io transfer ge4dimrzgige ironmanineos " 0.0001 EOSDAC"

435326ms thread-0 main.cpp:2712 main ] Failed with error: unspecified (0) Symbol EOSDAC is not supported by token contract eosio.token

can someone check what is the wrong in above 3 commands

  • if I am doing completely wrong please tell me how to do this transaction – subbu494 Jun 24 '18 at 11:22
  • I haven't kept up to date with eosDac, but can you confirm their tokens are actually deployed and exist on the eosio.token contract? – John Williamson Jun 25 '18 at 3:36
  • Could you please rephrase the question to something like "How to solve: unspecified (0) Symbol EOSDAC is not supported by token contract eosio.token" – friedger Jun 25 '18 at 5:50
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I found the answer for my question.

cleos --url http://api.eosnewyork.io push action eosadddddddd transfer '[ "ge4dimrzgige", "ironmanineos", "0.0001 ADD", "m" ]' -p ge4dimrzgige

as of now the eosdac token is frozen for 24 hrs, I checked above command for ADD coin and it worked so it will work for eosdac too.

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  • yes, use the push action, the transfer in cleos only support eosio.token – Jimmy Guo Jun 25 '18 at 14:46
  • eosDAC was dropped frozen for validation checks - unfrozen on 26th June 2018 15:00 UTC - just use push action eosdactokens transfer – rob allen Jun 27 '18 at 10:18

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