If you know and have a tutorial please attach the link in this thread.

My token on Rinkeby looks like this:


  • Just to make sure I didn't misunderstand: you can't move your token between networks. You have redeploy it in the other network and the tokens in different networks have no connection to each other. – Lauri Peltonen Aug 16 '18 at 5:46
  • yes correct. how i redeploy in public network. i use this command in geth: geth --rinkeby --rpc --rpcapi="personal,eth,network,web3,net" --ipcpath "~/Library/Ethereum/geth.ipc" – Mahdi Rahmani Aug 16 '18 at 7:04
  • i'm new in blockchain and cryptocurrency .sorry – Mahdi Rahmani Aug 16 '18 at 7:05
  • Please don’t do that... it will cost u about 0,2 ether at least, which is a big amount of money... if u are new then take your time explore the test networks and how to connect to different networks.. and how to use truffle , ganache , remix id, infura... it is not very complex but need time and test networks are here for that without wearying money – Majd TL Feb 20 at 23:05

You just change the network you are connecting to when deploying the contract, to use the main network instead of Rinkeby.

However, running a successful ICO is very complex and I would not recommend doing this unless you know what you're doing.

  • @Mahdi The --rinkeby flag is what's connecting you to Rinkeby instead of the main chain. – WBT Aug 15 '18 at 16:28
  • i use this command for deploy on rinkeby network: geth --rinkeby --rpc --rpcapi="personal,eth,network,web3,net" --ipcpath "~/Library/Ethereum/geth.ipc" – Mahdi Rahmani Aug 15 '18 at 16:29
  • @MahdiRahmani yes it is this flag, but I doubt you can sync the main network locally . it is very big and need a super PC . There is something called infura , you can use it to connect to the main network – Majd TL Feb 20 at 23:09

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