I attempted to purchase what I thought was EOS tokens 2 days ago. Now I'had a look and found two transactions for 0.2 and 1 ether but don't know what address it is for.

TxHash: 0x81ae7065961eaabfd098bc792fa5d2e4ce33d0bdb66276b910d5f8c111971847

Block: 4674826

Address from: 0xf809849f38ec935ea211a7aeb9e86da56568a662

Address to: 0x9ba5ae67fd01a2d21cb662961f70cd29dbbcc886

For the second transaction (1 ether):

TxHash: 0xd96bb9bcf56417f1cba401cd1134c25f4ac4d499483bc8edc29ee0d088651db1

Block: 4674874

Addresses are the same.

I would be grateful for any advice on how I can confirm if this is indeed an EOS address.


  • Which service did you sue to buy the EOS tokens? The official website?
    – albus_c
    Dec 7 '17 at 13:56
  • Yes I did and went straight from myetherwallet. There was a whole lot of trouble with the network and I received a lot of cancelled transactions (not enough gas). I also tried buying another token (BitDegree) but nothing was going through. Hence, I'm a little lost. My apologies for the amateurish questions.
    – VM511
    Dec 7 '17 at 13:59
  • What is strange is that that 1 ether went from the address above to this address: 0xE2ac3F00401c8Ee3f72f30F54B92fd38cD3368CE which seems to be an ICO address. Is there any way of confirming what an address might be? Thanks in advance.
    – VM511
    Dec 7 '17 at 14:11

Thanks a lot. I think I just worked it out. That 0.2 ETH you highlighted is for EOS but the two transactions below it were the ones I was wondering about. I just confirmed that they were for the INS token. My sincere apologies and thank you for your prompt help.


From your etherscan profile, it looks like you sent 0.2 ETH to buy EOS. Check here.

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