Opting in to Lock & Load is easy. Simply connect your wallet - the same one you used in the CAE or LBP events - and you will see an option to Lock & Load.
Selecting that option will lock your tokens for 12 months from the date of Minterest’s TGE. After the 12-month cliff, the entirety of your new token balance will vest back to you block-by-block over the following 12 months.
Lock your tokens, not your rights
Voting rights vest block-by-block over 12 months from token launch, and are based on your locked and unlocked tokens. As your voting weight increases, so does your staking loyalty reward.
With Lock & Load your MNT may be locked - but your voting rights aren’t.
Why Lock & Load?
Lock & Load provides a rare chance to double your tokens while also adding stability to the Minterest protocol. A 12-month cliff is not unusual in DeFi - but block-by-block-vesting afterwards is.
Why do it? Lock & Load keeps MNT token liquidity on-chain during the crucial launch phase. It positions the protocol for early success while supporting token performance. You can read more in the revised whitepaper.
But there is an even better reason for you to Lock & Load - it is quite simply the easiest way to double your tokens while supporting their ability to develop real value long-term.
And it will not happen again.
How do I accept the offer?
Take advantage of the exclusive Lock & Load offer in 4 simple steps.
1. Go to app.minterest.com and connect your wallet (the same wallet that you used in the CAE or LBP event).
2. Once the wallet is connected, you will see an opt-in panel with details of your existing token allocation and the total reward that you will receive.
3. Click the ‘View Offer’ button in the opt-in panel. Read the details, click the ‘Accept Lock & Load’ button and provide a confirmation email (optional).
4. Prepare for double MNT!
If you do not see an opt-in panel after connecting your wallet, go to the app dashboard and under ‘Market Positions’ you will find your token balance. From there, click the CTA and follow the steps described above (3).