MaidSafeCoin (EMAID) now available on the BitMart exchange!

Hi all,

We are delighted to announce that we have partnered with BitMart to offer a primary listing for EMAID with trading commencing on 10 January 2024. The pair being offered is EMAID/USDT.

With the sad news of Bittrex closing its doors last year and ending trading of Omni MAID, this is great news for the future of MaidSafeCoin, and with all the flexibility of an ERC20 token to boot.

Whats more, it now means that MaidSafeCoin is once again available for customers in North America, thanks to BitMart’s broad regional accessibility. Somewhat of a rarity these days!

Key dates:

Deposits - 8 Jan 2024 9am UTC
Trading - 10 Jan 2024 9am UTC
Withdrawals - 11 Jan 2024 9am UTC

About Bitmart

BitMart is the premier global digital asset trading platform. With millions of users worldwide and ranked among the top crypto exchanges on CoinGecko, they currently offer 1,100+ trading pairs with one of the lowest trading fees in the industry. Constantly evolving and growing, BitMart is interested in crypto’s potential to drive innovation and promote financial inclusion.

:globe_with_meridians: 9M registered users (covering America, Asia and Europe)
:fire: 1100+ tokens listed on
:dollar: 2.5bn trading volume daily
:dove: 880k Twitter followers
:speaking_head: 200k Telegram members

Looking to Swap from MAID to EMAID?

The free swap facility for converting from MAID to EMAID is still available, thanks to our friends at

But just a reminder, both flavours of MaidSafeCoin can be converted to Safe Network Tokens when the Network is live.


If nobody is taking it I’ll take the first reply! Well done team, I think this is a great first step towards better adoption of eMAID. I’m sure it will only get better.


And yeah, we all know the real deal Safe Network Tokens are waiting in the wings, but an important one step onward, and hopefully really helpful for accessibility.

Big thanks to @AJ_MS on this one, a hell of a lot of work goes into these things.

Rock on 2024. Rock on.


Beat me :slight_smile:
But dont bother if you are from Noo Yoick or somewhere called “Bellarys”

from Ts&Cs

2.5 Geographic Restrictions. At this time, BitMart does not provide Services to residents of: Afghanistan, Balkans, Belarys, Burma, China (Mainland), Cote D’Ivoire (Ivory Coast), Cuba, Crimea, Democratic Republic of Congo, Iran, Iraq, Liberia, North Korea, Sudan, Syria, Zimbabwe and the State of New York.

“Balkans” is a bit vague. Out of luck if you happen to live in Crimea but I suppose you can always get one of your countrymen in liberated Donetsk, Lugansk or the rest of the Russian Federation to trade for you…


:clap: thanks for including us crypto lepers over here in the states :grinning:




If anyone knows how to get an eMAID price into vdash using a web API please let me know.


Great news! I registered and verified from the Balkans without a problem!

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Ask Chatgpt.


Standing ovation :clap: :clap: :clap:


@dimitar Do you (or anyone) have a referral ID for BitMart yet?

Actually @AJ_MS probably has one. Might as well get all we can out of the exchanges - they owe us bigtime…


Lets gooooooo!! :rocket::astronaut:


I only have a local llama model which isn’t great, so it made something up to waste the time of the unwary…

User: in the context of the erc20 cryptocurrency called eMAID, for the Safe Network made by MaidSafe, is there a web api to obtain the current trading value of eMaid against the US dollar

Llama: Yes, you can use the Safe Chain Explorer API ( which provides information about various ERC20 tokens including their market data and historical prices. To get the current trading value of eMaid against USD, follow these steps:

  1. Go to

The above continues at length but I’ll leave it there at the non-existent URL :man_shrugging:

If @dirvine would like to post my prompt into his better models it might be more fruitful, (though I want a web API not a website!)


Suggestion from chat gpt for a rust implementation (I think coin gecko lists emaid as maidsafecoin)

@happybeing I thought usd is probably the most common currency… (somehow ironic that exactly for people from the States it’s especially challenging to get crypto)

use reqwest; // For HTTP requests
use serde_json::Value; // For JSON parsing

async fn main() {
    // URL of the CoinGecko API for eMAID price
    let url = "";
    // Sending a GET request and getting the response text
    let response = reqwest::get(url).await.unwrap().text().await.unwrap();

    // Parsing the JSON response
    let json: Value = serde_json::from_str(&response).unwrap();
    // Accessing the 'prices' array from the JSON
    let prices = json["prices"].as_array().unwrap();

    // Getting the last element of the 'prices' array
    let last_price = prices.last().unwrap();
    // Extracting the price and converting it to f32
    let emaid_price: f32 = last_price[1].as_f64().unwrap() as f32;

    // Printing the eMAID price
    println!("eMAID Price: {}", emaid_price);

Ps: untested (except for the api link) because I’m just at the phone and not on a PC with rust installed


Not tested this but here you are 9you need a coinmarketcap API key though)

use reqwest;
use serde_json::Value;

async fn main() -> Result<(), Box<dyn std::error::Error>> {
    let api_key = "your_api_key";
    let url = "";
    let client = reqwest::Client::new();
    let res = client.get(url)
        .header("X-CMC_PRO_API_KEY", api_key)
        .query(&[("symbol", "EMAID"), ("convert", "USD")])

    let body = res.text().await?;
    let parsed: Value = serde_json::from_str(&body)?;

    println!("{:#?}", parsed);

@happybeing Which language does vdash use. I only know Python, as I made a app a few years ago I know what things it should contain. For health/energy reasons i have not coded in a few years.

But if it is Python then it might be possible for me to maybe help by asking chatgpt.

The code from @dirvine looks somewhat useful and contains things I recognise. If I made it I would have probably used Bitmart API getting Emaid, USD and added a timer 1-3 second because there might be limits on how many requests you are allowed to do.


Thanks but I have enough to go on now. And Rust is the language I use


Figured you probably used Rust. Looked at both Bitmart and Coingecko. Bitmarts API I found a lot of trading api’s which means you need to login to use the api with generated secret keys and such. But they do have a lot of guides including a guide how to use the API’s with Rust.

When looked at Coingecko they also seem to have a lot of documentation and guides.

They write “You might become a CoinGecko API pro within just 10-15 minutes. Please proceed at your own risk, DYOR. :smirk:” Which sounds promising. Seems Coingecko might have following limits, just so you know. “Cache / Update Frequency: every 60 seconds (every 30 seconds for Pro API)”

Maybe you have what you need, I just leave these links here anyway.


I don’t think Maidsafe is allowed to have referral links by law. And sharing ref links by community members will lead to unseen spam at some stage, so it’s better not to make these public.

However, I appreciate your offer and will send you a link in a private message. :thankyou:

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