I would keep your EOS away from an exchange. So yes, store it on an Ethereum-address using MEW for example. You can use MEW to register your EOS-address as well.
So going in the line of the above post, I have EOS in MEW and now that the main net has been launched what happens with the EOS coins in MEW ?
It’s frozen. You can never move your EOS-tokens on Ethereum. You tokens are now on the EOS blockchain.
Thanks for your reply, how can I move EOS coins from mainnet to my ledger blue ? and I have noticed I have EOS airdrops on MEW what happens to them ?
I don’t know
Yes, I got some drops on my Ethereum-address as well. Which is weird because these projects will run on EOS. I have no idea what happens to them. Maybe some exchange on Ethereum picks them up, who knows.
Yeah, I think it is better to transfer coins to a separate wallet.
I guess there are won’t be any problem if you transfer from binance to mew, cause both of them are trustworthy ones
Agree with the advice about separate wallet. I think that’s the solution of your issue.
Does MEW still work for keeping EOS?
I have recently noticed that numerous dapps are moving to EOS. Why is that?
I believe that yes, haven’t noticed any changes in the policy
Yes, EOS tokens still on MEW, as google says.
yeah it’s better to choose the one trustworthy wallet or exchange
I guess EOS has got more flexible development features. The transactions are faster as well. Perhaps, it’s more adapted for the Dapps development, in general.
I believe so. Just look at the number of dapps being currently developed on EOS!
That’s right. A lot of ptojects are moving to EOS, so I also vote for it.
People say that NEO blockchain seems prospective as well, but I don’t know that many dapps that use it
Hi I also like this discussion https://www.reddit.com/r/MyEtherWallet/comments/8v1zdm/trying_to_transfer_eos_from_mew_to_binance/
Yes, that’s actually a useful addition. Hopefuly, the initial problem has been solved