Menu Close

FAQ

Get started

Get started by learning some basic cryptocurrency terms. There are many frequently asked questions (FAQ) and concerns about the Angry Panda project, the way we work and what we can offer you, our Waves-based tokens and the Waves blockchain platform.
Contact us if you didn’t find the info you was looking for.

FAQ: Frequently Ask Questions

Angry Panda project

Angry Panda (project)

FAQ

The Angry Panda project provides fast, cheap and secure ways to send payments through Waves-based tokens and its blockchain. The refund prices available for most of our cryptocurrencies allow investors to HODL and trade safely on exchanges even during the bear markets, being more protected against significant losses in value.
Mission: Protect investors from the inherent risks in investing in a cryptocurrency, facilitate and encourage the daily use of cryptocurrencies as payment method.
Vision: Be the most safe, reliable and trusted cryptocurrency project and a leading model to accelerate the grow of the cryptocurrency world.
Angry Panda project includes 4 tokens: ROAR, XPAND, UBEAR and EBEAR. Each token has special characteristics that can adequately meet the different needs of our customers. For more details, look at Tokens page.
Yes, there is an Angry Panda token but it is not yet in circulation.
It is important to know that asset names (token names) on Waves Exchange are not unique, but the identifier (asset ID) is unique. Whenever you are looking for a token, confirm that it is the right one by checking the asset ID. However, if the anti-spam system detects duplicate names, it will automatically mark such tokens as spam. Our asset IDs are:
  • 2yVPrfCZyhvZqXCi8A5v15ad7oQHqbcgGeBqTyEHTmuL for ROAR
  • 5iZ5wBrw9kLvXhSJJuLhZ1eSM3QtQPn1EtwQ1mUvDaMY for XPAND
  • 6cmpBc8Aq1zJQJZcoDnE37FXDKZo2Bf2hzPNeyfFX5Sk for UBEAR
  • B1ztQNRtRZFqAUjmWv7cmW9ncYVEQV2wkY5qAVvaMp85 for EBEAR
Always check them before buying or adding to your favorite pairs.
The best ways to buy are tokens are:
  1. by ordering on Angry Panda Shop
  2. by trading directly on Waves Exchange.

Angry Panda Shop

When you order our tokens from Angry Panda shop, discount coupons or bounty could be applied in the cart before you proceed to checkout. We send your tokens after we receive your payment through Waves Client.

Waves Exchange

You can buy directly on Waves Exchange at the market price. Our favorite pairs are with WAVES, CUSD, CEUR. But you can also find different pairs set by us or other traders
You can get free tokens with our faucets, airdrops (stay tuned on our website and socials) or giving your contribution to our project in various ways.
You can also earn more free tokens with our Referral and affiliate program (learn more here below).
Sure, you can start using our tokens as payment method. Contact us to be added on our store locator, to show your potential customers where is your store and to include some useful information about your business and contacts. This feature will be available soon.
Yes, you can promote your tokens and leasing pools for free. Check the requirements on Waves tokens and leasing pools lists page.

Yes, you can launch an ICO, list tokens, products or services. Visit our shop and check the category “Services”.

Our official announcements are made only on our:
Waves Exchange logo icon

Waves Platform

FAQ

Waves is an open source blockchain platform. Waves uses Leasing Proof-of-Stake as its consensus method to verify and process transactions on the Waves blockchain.
Waves Client includes both:
  • Waves Exchange, a hybrid cryptoasset exchange that allows users to transfer, trade, issue, and stake cryptocurrencies. It combines the strength of centralized and decentralized exchanges, in which you can trade your token pairing it with any other Waves token.
  • non-custodial cryptocurrency wallets to send, receive and store your currencies.
    • Desktop wallets (Windows, Mac OS, Linux)
    • Mobile wallets (iOS & Android)
    • Online wallet
    Unlike centralized exchanges, you own your private keys. This means that you retain complete control over your funds. Waves also supports hardware wallets within the exchange.
To buy, trade or store Angry Panda tokens you need to create an account on Waves Exchange.
  1. Go to https://waves.exchange/sign-up
  2. “Continue with web” or, as they recommend, download the desktop client from Waves Exchange and then click on “Open desktop app”.
  3. Choose your address avatar (one of the 5) and receive your public account address.
  4. Click on “Continue”
  5. Add an account name and a password. Confirm the password.
  6. You must save the secret phrase (SEED). It is crucial for accessing your account. Click on “Back Up Now”.
  7. Insert the saved secret phrase (SEED).
  8. Put the check. Confirm and begin.
Watch this video tutorial: How to create a new account on Waves Platform. Also read and watch all our tutorials.
If you followed step by step the guide here above, you can now log in into your account, transfer some cryptocurrencies from another exchange (like Binance, Coinbase, Bitpanda, Bitstamp) to your Waves public address and start trading any currency available in the Waves Exchange.
Log in to the Waves Exchange and use the search bar to find all the pairs with our tokens. For example, type the token name followed by / – in this way: XPAND/ – and you will see all the pairs with XPAND token. The pairs that we use to set our sale orders are:
  • ROAR/CUSD – ROAR/WAVES
  • XPAND/CUSD – XPAND/WAVES
  • UBEAR/CUSD – UBEAR/WAVES
  • EBEAR/CEUR – EBEAR/WAVES
but you can also find trade orders in other pairs, like i.e. Waves and BTC, set by other traders. Read also this step by step tutorial: Angry Panda tokens on Waves DEX | How to find and add to favorites.
The trading pairs with CUSD and CEUR have been temporarily disabled by Waves Exchange.
It’s completely safe to give your Waves public address. In order to claim any free tokens, you must give only your Waves public address to receive tokens in your wallet.
You should never give your private address, your password or your seed (secret backup phrase) to anyone, neither to administrators!
Don’t give your password, your private address or your secret backup phrase (SEED) to anyone! Never! If anyone has your password or SEED, they can steal your Waves and tokens! Be careful and avoid inputting your wallet information on any resources.
We don’t ask payments to give you something in return.
ROAR token

ROAR

FAQ

ROAR is a very rare token with a maximum supply fixed to 100.000 tokens. Since it is offered at rising prices starting from 1$, it can give potentially a very strong return on investment. This because every 25 XPAND tokens circulating, 1 ROAR will be available to be swapped 1:1 against XPAND (that is worth 1,000$ – 1,100$). Learn more on ROAR page.

XPAND token

XPAND

FAQ

XPAND is a stablecoin pegged to CUSD (Coinomat US Dollar – the Official USD token on Waves Exchange, previously named WUSD). It is also a sponsored token, thus you can use it to pay transaction fees for transfers with Waves and any other Waves based tokens. Learn more on XPAND page.
UBEAR token

UBEAR

FAQ

UBEAR provides a fast, cheap and secure payment method for daily transactions in US Dollars. It is available for sale on Waves Exchange (UBEAR/CUSD) starting from 1.01 CUSD and it has a refund price fixed at 1 CUSD (Coinomat US Dollar – the Official USD token on Waves Exchange, previously named WUSD).
In this way investors are protected against significant losses of value even during the bear markets. On the other hand, there remains a large margin for the increase in value. Learn more on UBEAR page.

EBEAR token

EBEAR

FAQ

EBEAR provides a fast, cheap and secure payment method for daily transactions in Euro. It is available for sale on Waves Exchange (UBEAR/CEUR) starting from 1.01 CEUR and it has a refund price fixed at 1 CEUR (Coinomat Euro – the Official EUR token on Waves Exchange, previously named WEUR).
In this way investors are protected against significant losses of value even during the bear markets. On the other hand, there remains a large margin for the increase in value. Learn more on EBEAR page.

Blockchain

Glossary

Learn some basic cryptocurrency terms

Cryptocurrencies

A form of money that exists as encrypted, digital information. Operating independently of any banks, a cryptocurrency uses sophisticated mathematics to regulate the creation and transfer of funds between entities.

Bitcoin was the first and is the most successful of all the cryptocurrencies. All the other coins are grouped together under the category of altcoins. Ethereum, for example, is an altcoin, as is Ripple.
A crypto coin is a crypto asset that has its own blockchain, as opposed to running on another crypto asset’s blockchain.
A token is a crypto asset that runs on another blockchain. An example of this is the ERC20 token, which is any token that uses the Ethereum blockchain.
The standard to which each Ethereum token complies. It defines the way that each token behaves so that transactions are predictable. Other cryptocurrencies also use the ERC-20 standard, piggybacking on the Ethereum network in the process.
The number of coins or tokens that are publicly available and circulating in the market.
The number of coins or tokens in existence, i.e., the number of coins/tokens that were already issued minus the coins/tokens that were burned.
The maximum amount of coins/tokens that will ever exist, including the coins/tokens that will be made available in the future, i.e., in the case of a reissuable asset.
Shorthand for Market Capitalization (aka Market Cap aka MCAP). This is defined as the total number of coins in supply multiplied by the price.
Cap = supply x price
It is one of the ways to rank the relative size of a cryptocurrency.
Refers to money recognized as legal tender by governments, such as the US Dollar and Euro.

Shorthand for Market Capitalization (or Market Cap or MCAP).brThis is defined as the total number of coins in supply multiplied by the price. Cap = supply x price.

A period before an ICO goes public when private investors or community members are able to buy the cryptocurrency.
Acronym for “initial coin offering”.
In order to raise funds, the creator of a cryptocurrency will put an initial batch of its coins up for purchase. This is an initial coin offering.
Compensation – in the form of cryptocurrencies – granted to persons who have provided advertising or information services for an ICO (Initial Coin Offering). Different services can be provided for an ICO advertising campaign: retweeting links and information and other campaign-related options on social media, participating in a signature campaign, traslating textes, placing data on an internet forum, etc. For all these supports one is rewarded or paid with cryptocurrencies.
This is a marketing campaign that refers to the expedited distribution of a cryptocurrency through a population of people. It usually occurs when the creator of a cryptocurrency provides its coin to low-ranked traders or existing community members in order to build their use and popularity. They are usually given away for free or in exchange for simple tasks like sharing news of the coin with friends.

If you find a website that offers to give you free cryptocurrency for connecting with them, it is termed a faucet.

If a coin in any particular cryptocurrency has been destroyed or made unspendable because the private keys of such an address are unobtainable.
A way of letting people directly and cost-effectively exchange one type of cryptocurrency for another on a different blockchain or off-chain without a centralized intermediary such as an exchange.

Storing / Stacking

Staking simply stands for holding a cryptocurrency in a wallet for a fixed period, then earning interest on it. The reward you earn from staking varies depending on the length of time you hold it. The longer the stake duration, the higher your returns.
A wallet is defined by a unique code that represents its “address” on the blockchain. The wallet address is public, but within it is a number of private keys determining ownership of the balance and the balance itself. It can exist in software, hardware, paper or other forms.
Every cryptocurrency coin has a unique address that identifies where it sits on the blockchain. It’s this address, this location, at which the coin’s ownership data is stored and where any changes are registered when it is traded. These addresses differ in appearance between cryptocurrencies but are usually a string of more than 30 characters.
This is your unique wallet address, which appears as a long string of numbers and letters. It is used to receive cryptocurrencies.
A string of numbers and letters that are used to access your wallet. While your wallet is represented by a public key, the private key is the password you should protect (with your life). You need your private key when selling or withdrawing cryptocurrencies, as it acts as your digital signature.
The origin point from which you created your wallet ID. Usually, a seed is a phrase or a series of words that can be used to regenerate your wallet ID if you lose it. Something to keep very secret.

Another term used for a paper wallet (see below).

Storing your wallet code (your private key) on a physical document makes it a paper wallet. It’s also sometimes referred to as cold storage.
A common form of wallet where the private key for an individual is stored within software files on a computer. This is the system you are likely to use if you sign up for a wallet online that is not associated with an exchange.
A physical device, similar to a USB stick, that stores cryptocurrency in its encrypted form. It’s considered the most secure way to hold cryptocurrency.

Exchange / Trading

The platform through which cryptocurrencies are exchanged with each other, with fiat currencies and between entities. Exchanges can vary widely in the currency conversions they enable and their fee structures.
Usually very small fees given to the miners involved in successfully approving a transaction on the blockchain. This fee can vary depending on the difficulty involved in a transaction and overall network capabilities at that moment in time. If an exchange is involved in facilitating that transaction, it could also take a cut of the overall transaction fee.
The frowned-upon practice of buying a lot of one cryptocurrency to drive up its price and encourage others to invest, then selling the lot when there is a suitable margin.
Acronym for “know your customer”, which refers to a financial institution’s obligation to verify the identity of a customer in line with AML laws.
These are a set of international laws that hope to prevent criminal organizations or individuals from laundering money through cryptocurrencies into real-world cash.

Blockchain

The blockchain is a digital ledger of all the transactions ever made in a particular cryptocurrency. It’s comprised of individual blocks (see definition above) that are chained to each other through a cryptographic signature. Each time a block’s capacity is reached, a new block is added to the chain. The blockchain is repeatedly copied and saved onto thousands of computers all around the world, and it must always match each copy. As there is no master copy stored in one location, it’s considered decentralized.
Any computer that is connected to a blockchain’s network is referred to as a node.
Some nodes download a blockchain’s entire history in order to enforce its rules completely. As they fully enforce the rules, they are considered a full node.
Another alternative to proof of work, this caps the reward given to miners for providing their computational power to the network at that miner’s investment in the cryptocurrency. So if a miner holds three coins, they can only earn three coins. The system encourages miners to stick with a certain blockchain rather than converting their rewards to an alternate cryptocurrency.
The value of cryptocurrency moved from one entity to another on a blockchain network.
An online tool for exploring the blockchain of a cryptocurrency, where you can watch and follow, live, all the transactions happening on the blockchain. Block explorers can serve as blockchain analysis and provide information such as total network hash rate, coin supply, transaction growth, etc.
Shorthand for “decentralized application”
A computer program that utilizes a blockchain for data storage, runs autonomously, is not controlled or operated from a single entity, is open source and has its use incentivized by the reward of fees or tokens.