A guy on Fiverr built me the ESA token, and I wanted to add my website and some details to the metadata or profile. Id there a way to update it?


You'll need to create stellar.toml file and host it on your domain like https://YOUR_DOMAIN/.well-known/stellar.toml. Check this giude which explains the process in details.

Do not forget to set home_domain for the issuing account and configure correct CORS headers for your stellar.toml, otherwise it may be inaccessible from web clients.

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    I did that already. It's at esatoken.xyz. It took all day because I'm coding illiterate at the moment. (:P) but how do I communicate that I've done it with Stellar and get verified? Thanks for your help by the way. Oct 19 '20 at 18:41
  • Looks like there is a problem with your setup: stellar.sui.li/toml-check/esatoken.xyz
    – Orbit Lens
    Oct 20 '20 at 20:48
  • @DoYouRightProfessionalSEO There is no any special verification process. Once you fix the error, all clients will be able to fetch the data automatically. The metadata will appear here: stellar.expert/explorer/public/asset/…
    – Orbit Lens
    Oct 20 '20 at 20:53
  • Thanks for the help. Will the logo appear here as well if it's in the toml file? Nov 15 '20 at 6:13

Is the issuing account is locked then you cannot update that the information that is oin the digital asset, and if you used fiverr to create the assest then you need to remove those asset from any wallet they createdd with it so that they do not try an come back in and remove funds from the wallet. Which has happend many times with fiverrr and a few bad apples that create assets for the cleints. Also unless you asked them not to lock issuing account then they locked it and being how you had to have them make the tokens then you would not have known to not lock it , even if you change the info on the toml file it will remain showing a warning to investors and does not look good , better to recrete them.

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