May 2024 - Vote Reset

What will happen on May 1st, 2024, at 6:00 PM UTC?

You can get detailed information here, but below I'll explain the most important points that will happen in Meta Pool on May 1st, 2024.

  • Very important: on May 01, 2024 at 18:00 hrs UTC, all votes you have cast on will be reset. Please don't forget to vote again, in order to receive your rewards.

  • The time to perform the migration was between 15/04/2024 and 01/05/2024 - 18 hs. UTC. If you have not migrated your $META to mpDAO tokens yet, please go to this website to do so: And follow the instructions: Migration to mpDAO.

  • As of 18:00 hrs UTC on May 1, 2024, the acquisition of mpDAO on UNISWAP will be enabled on the Ethereum network.

  • For more information, you can go to our FAQ section or contact Meta Pool on Discord.

What is mpDAO?

mpDAO is the Governance token of Meta Pool. It allows holders of mpDAO tokens to be part of Meta Pool's decisions. Being a holder of mpDAO makes you a participant in the Meta Pool DAO.

How much will mpDAO cost?

For $META holders, at the time of migration, each $META will be exchanged for one mpDAO. Therefore, the cost of mpDAO is equivalent to the cost of $META.

To obtain mpDAO on Ethereum, follow these instructions.

How will Meta Pool governance work on Ethereum?

Starting in mid-May 2024, you will be able to link your Ethereum wallet with your NEAR wallet (in case you don't have one, to operate in the governance of you will need to create a NEAR wallet). Governance will be managed from NEAR, so you can lock your mpDAO tokens on Ethereum, but your Voting Power will be functional on NEAR.

During the first few months (approximately 2-3 months), mpDAO tokens acquired on Ethereum will only require locking to earn rewards. After that period, they will need to vote on different voting options in to earn rewards.

Will Meta Pool governance stop being on NEAR?

No, the governance of Meta Pool remains on NEAR. The main difference lies in being able to acquire mpDAO tokens on the Ethereum network as well as the NEAR network. However, all the votes required for governance are conducted on the NEAR network.

How can I obtain mpDAO?

Starting from 6:00 PM UTC on May 1st, mpDAO acquisition will be enabled on the Ethereum network through UNISWAP.

All $META holders on the NEAR network will be able to migrate to mpDAO from

Acquiring additional mpDAO will, for the time being, only be available on the Ethereum network. Here is how to get mpDAO.

What can I vote on to earn rewards?

Meta Pool provides different voting options. You can vote on Validators, Grants, and MPIPs. Important: Those who acquire mpDAO on the Ethereum network will not be able to vote until they can link their Ethereum wallet with the NEAR wallet, which is expected to be enabled in mid-May 2024.

What should I do to earn rewards?

To earn rewards, it's important to participate in the Meta Pool DAO. You can participate in the Meta Pool DAO by voting. The current voting possibilities are: Validators, Grants, and MPIPs.

Here is more information: My votes.

When can I withdraw my rewards?

Rewards are calculated daily, but they are available for withdrawal every 3rd day of each month. Ethereum user: The first date to withdraw your rewards for Ethereum users will be on 06/03/2024

I didn't manage to lock my $META tokens before May 1st. What should I do?

The Forgetful $META holders will still be able to lock $META and migrate after May 1st, but they won't receive payments until they migrate. If you still have $META unlocked after April 14th, you should go to: to lock your $META, perform the migration, and obtain your mpDAO.

Follow this instructions: April 2024 Migration.

I have an unlock position before May 1st. What will happen to my tokens?

Unfortunately, you won't be able to migrate to mpDAO. Unlock positions prevent migration. RECOMMENDATION: Lock all your $META as soon as possible to be able to migrate and start earning rewards with mpDAO.

See the instructions in the point: I didn't manage to lock my $META tokens before May 1st. What should I do?

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