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    How do i remove a airdrop error ? …


    To correct –

    We paid out to much to each user – instead of one amount to be shared by all users.

    We have deactivated the specific wallet.

    Can i change the airdrop – roll back , delete from database – withdraw from users account ?

    Kind regards


    We also have noticed a error on coinpayments wallet that is connected to wallet on our wordpress main wallet.

    The sufficient amount that has been paid out to 32 users in the airdrop – was sent from our tron wallet (desktop client) to our main account on website. Landed on our coinpayments account and credit to our tron wallet on coinpayments. However it never was sent to our “wordpress main wallet and showed on the main user there” ..

    The airdrop was done – credited 32 users with 2000 tron to each user – instead of sharing 2000 tron between 32 users.

    How can we correct this – ever user has now 2000 tron – instead of 32/2000 = 62.5 tron

    How do we roll back – correct the users wallet.
    How do we make sure the correct amount (2000 tron) is sent to our main WordPress wallet.

    Kind regards



    This is expected behavior. In the settings you specify how much each user will receive.

    To revert an airdrop is easy. Every airdrop is assigned a unique tag. You can do this:

    1. Backup your database.

    2. Log on to your MySQL console (or phpmyadmin)

    3. Find your transactions table. Normally it is wp_wallets_txs if you have the standard wp_ DB table prefix.

    4. Figure out a row that corresponds to your airdrop. It will be a recent row with category='deposit' and tags “airdrop” and something like “ad-5af46085d815d”. This is the unique id assigned to your airdrop.

    5. To delete the airdrop given as an example above, do this:

    DELETE FROM wp_wallets_txs WHERE tags LIKE '%ad-5af46085d815d%';

    That’s it.


    Hello Alex…

    We followed you instructions – all is corrected – thank you.

    kind regards


    Glad you resolved this!

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