You can read the Whitepaper and project overview in our docs.
The address is: 0xadf86e75d8f0f57e0288d0970e7407eaa49b3cab
Yes, it was audited by Soken and received a perfect score. You can find the full audit here.
You can find this information in the Token Design section of our Whitepaper here.
You can find detailed information in the Liquidity section of our Whitepaper.
This is becoming rarer each day. There are rules around how big (holder amount, number of transactions, etc.) a token must get before their logo will start showing in Uniswap or wallets. The dev team is working to get approved as quickly as possible.
The Apollo DAO (decentralized autonomous organization) holds the funds and no one is able to pull them out. All changes or transactions within the DAO must be voted on by Apollo holders.
Dextools is the easiest way to find an approximation of the current market cap. For an exact number you can do the math: (2 trillion – burn balance) * current price
The most accurate holder number is on Etherscan. You should see it next to “Holders:”
You can track the latest Uniswap transactions on DexTools Trade History.
No, there are no fees to enter or vote in the contest. The contest
Creator Contests will take place weekly on a recurring basis.
There is no way to decrease gas fees as that is neither controlled by Apollo nor do the proceeds go to Apollo. Most people will advise trading at slower times (middle of the night or weekends). You can check current gas rates on Etherscan.
Apollo is listed on several exchanges. You can find where to buy Apollo on the Buy Apollo page.
If you see “Insufficient liquidity for this trade”, give the site a moment to update and the trade should be allowed. If waiting does not solve the problem, change your trade values slightly and this should solve your problem.
If you are doing a transaction and are stuck with “Waiting for confirmation” and a spinning wheel that quickly disappears there are two fixes to try:
If you are having other issues, check our help document on how to trade Apollo.
If you are using the Coinbase wallet you only need to wait a few minutes to see your APOLLO.
If you are on Metamask you will need to manually add APOLLO to your list of tokens for them to show up in your Metamask wallet. You still own them, but Metamask won’t show the tokens until you manually add the token. To do so, scroll to the bottom of your token list > Import Tokens > Custom Token > And paste the Apollo contract address in the address field: 0xADf86E75d8f0F57e0288D0970E7407eaA49b3CAb
Some users have reported that the “Trade” or “Convert” method inside the Coinbase Wallet app can fail from time to time, albeit rarely.
Instead, you can use the web browser built into the Coinbase Wallet app for iPhone or Android to visit Uniswap and swap directly on Uniswap. To do this, go to the browser in the Coinbase Wallet app (middle tab on the bottom) and paste this link into the address bar: https://app.uniswap.org/#/swap?chain=mainnet
When you do this, you will now be using the Uniswap web interface but inside of the Coinbase Wallet app. This method will likely fix the problem you are having.
For more details, watch this short video on How To Buy Apollo Using Coinbase.
You can swap any token on Uniswap with Apollo, including but not limited to Ether.
Apollo is currently only on the Ethereum blockchain.
A DAO is a Distributed Autonomous Organization. DAOs are the internet version of a company or collective group working together towards a common vision. For specifics about the DAO governing Apollo, read Apollo DAO in our docs.
Every DAO is unique based on its mission and structured rules. Apollo DAO’s mission is to help creators fund their passion and gain exposure. To understand the rules guiding Apollo DAO read What Makes Apollo Different in our docs.
Yes! Apollo is a real dog and the seminal inspiration for the naming of Apollo.
Check out Spreading the Word in our docs for information and official links.
Apollo was first deployed on January 12, 2022.
You can read the Whitepaper overview in our docs.
The Apollo team maintains the Roadmap using a publicly available Trello Board. Visit the Roadmap board to see current and active work.
The founding team consists of Matt Johnson and Zach McClary. Each have long and celebrated careers. Further information on the founding team can be found in the Whitepaper. Further, the team passed the Anti-Fraud Security Audit performed by Soken.
No. Any video or post you see online are made at the discretion of the author, most likely because they believe in the project and own some Apollo themselves. We have agreed to interviews by several YouTube content creators but have no financial arrangement with them for this.
Crypto is a very new to most people. And let’s be honest, not every token is operated in the spirit of the blockchain. So it’s easy for any token, even the best ones, to get caught up in FUD. Instead of getting defensive, the Apollo community listens to people’s opinions as that is the only way it can learn from other people’s perspectives. While the community can do little to help those bent on causing drama, we welcome opposing views and want to hear constructive criticism. And, of course, if a person joins the Apollo community, they can better understand and influence the future of Apollo through DAO voting.
We don’t currently have plans, but we’re always open to working with other quality tokens that have a strong value proposition, run a clean and efficient project, and value their community.