Screenshots from Mist participation in Pre-sale are in the Whitepaper:

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You can use any of the following wallets to participate in the Pre-sale:

MyEtherWallet (no download needed) https://www.myetherwallet.com/
MetaMask (Firefox and Chrome browser add-on) https://metamask.io/

Mist (Desktop) https://github.com/ethereum/mist/releases

Parity (Desktop) https://ethcore.io/parity.html

imToken (iPhone) https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/imtoken/id1153230571?ls=1&mt=8

imToken (Android) https://token.im/

The Pre-sale parameters, address and JSON interface definition are below:

Assistive Reality ARX token offering on Ethereum public blockchain
ICO token symbol, name ARX,
Assistive Reality
ICO contract address on Eth mainnet TBC
Start date/time (approx.) Fri 29 September 2017, 7:00PM GMT
Start block 4323576
End date/time (approx.) Fri 06 October 2017, 7:00PM GMT
End block 4348776
Duration 25,200 blocks (approximately 7 days/1 week average)
Pre-sale ETH hardcap 1,000 ETH
Type of sale Static (Pre-sale tokens are created by main ICO contract deployment at 0x0, then sent to this contract for Pre-sale)
Price Floating price based on date:
29-30 Sep: 1 ETH buys 8,000 ARX tokens
01-02 Oct: 1 ETH buys 7,250 ARX tokens
03-04 Oct: 1 ETH buys 6,750 ARX tokens
05-06 Oct: 1 ETH buys 6,250 ARX tokens
Total token cap n/a for Pre-sale
Etherscan link: TBC Etherscan link for Pre-sale contract
Security Reviewed Yes (numerous)
Halt protect Yes
Source code https://github.com/assistivereality
JSON definition TBC JSON for Pre-sale
Information URL https://aronline.io/ethereum-ico-crowdsale-instructions

Instructions:
To participate in the Pre-sale after the Start Block 4323576, which should occur on the Ethereum mainnet chain around Friday 29th September 7:00PM GMT (though when the block occurs can vary slightly) you have a few options:

1
Use any of the wallets below to send ETH to the ICO contract address (TBC)
You will receive your tokens in return immediately. Mist recommends around 76,000 gas for the transaction on mainnet and has no problem with the transaction by default however during the ICO period fee contention can occur; if you experience any issues, try a higher fee. You may need to also ‘watch’ the token contract to see the incoming ARX tokens, depending on the client application.

MyEtherWallet (no download needed) https://www.myetherwallet.com/
MetaMask (Firefox and Chrome browser add-on) https://metamask.io/

Mist (Desktop) https://github.com/ethereum/mist/releases

Parity (Desktop) https://ethcore.io/parity.html

imToken (iPhone) https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/imtoken/id1153230571?ls=1&mt=8

imToken (Android) https://token.im/

2
Use the Mist browser on a Synchronised Node. In Mist, select ‘Contracts’, ‘Watch token’, then copy/paste the Pre-sale contract address into the address field, and click OK once the browser fills in the remainder of the form with the ARX token information. This will enable you to see your tokens. Send ETH to the Pre-sale contract address (TBA above). You will receive your tokens immediately in a return transaction.

3
Or, Use the Mist browser (or alternative) to execute the BuyTokens function in the Pre-sale contract, which will send you tokens in return for your ETH. This function requires a very small amount of additional gas compared to sending ETH to the Pre-sale address directly.

To do this, within the Mist browser, you would need to select ‘Contracts’ then ‘Watch contract’, then Copy/Paste the ICO token address into the address field.

  • Click contracts, scroll down to Custom Contracts, and click Watch Contract
  • Paste in the contract address (TBA above)
  • Enter a name such as ARX Presale, then copy/paste in the contents of the JSON interface file here into the JSON field:
    (TBA link for JSON)
  • Click OK to proceed with watching the contract

Now that you have added the contract to watch, you should also watch the ICO token contract (TBC 0x0) so you can see when ARX tokens are transferred to you. In mist, this is achieve by scrolling down the ‘Contracts’ page until you see ‘Custom Tokens’ then clicking ‘Watch Token’. The reason you must watch the ICO contract is it generated all Pre-sale tokens upon deployment and will generate all remaining ARX tokens as they are purchased.

In the token watch entry form, paste in the token ICO contract address: (TBA). The remainder of the form will auto-fill when you have entered the address correctly. Confirm you can see the ARX token details such as below, and click OK.

Now that you have both the token and contract being watched, you are free to use the functions provided by the Pre-sale contract, and will see the ARX tokens when they arrive into your wallet.

Important – Legal disclaimer

By participating in the ARX ICO Token Crowdsale or making use of any information in this whitepaper or available on the aronline.io website, you agree to the following:

General warning:
By using the services provided by Assistive Reality, you the (User) as either an Initial Coin Offering (hereinafter – ICO or Crowdsale) participant or (User) of Assistive Reality alpha products or services, fully understands and agrees with the following:

  • User understands and acknowledges that ARX tokens will be provided by the ICO smart contract in the order that transactions are received by it and no alteration of this can be made by any party
  • User understands that Assistive Reality carries no liability for the ability to take part in the ICO for reasons beyond the control of Assistive Reality including but not limited to the ICO duration, transaction mining delays and node-related issues
  • Pending a successful ICO, Assistive Reality team members will be focused on completing the company start-up and delivering on milestones. However Assistive Reality undertakes no obligations to act on behalf and in the interests of User in the ICO being held in the future
  • User understands that by transferring assets to Assistive Reality, User makes the final decision on deposition of cash or other assets and has no right of refund except that which is provided by the ICO smart contract code itself (that being, a 100% refund when capital raised is under the minimum cap and the ICO / crowdsale period has expired)

Tax warning:
User understands that Assistive Reality does not act as a tax agent of User; User and Assistive Reality carry their tax obligations solely under the applicable laws of the country and location they reside in. Assistive Reality is not a tax agent and therefore shall not provide Users’ financial information to any third parties. This information shall not be disclosed unless officially requested by government authorities.

No warranties:
All of the information provided within this whitepaper is provided “AS-IS” and with no warranties. No express or implied warranties of any type, including implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, are made with respect to the information, or any use of the information, on this site or platform. Assistive Reality makes no representations and extends no warranties of any type as to the accuracy or completeness of any information or content in this whitepaper or regarding this platform.

Disclaimer of liability:
Assistive Reality specifically disclaims liability for incidental or consequential damages and assumes no responsibility or liability for any loss or damage suffered by any person as a result of the use or misuse of any of the information or content in this whitepaper or on the aronline.io website. Assistive Reality assumes or undertakes no liability for any loss or damage suffered as a result of the use, misuse or reliance on the information and content in this whitepaper or on the aronline.io website.

In no event shall Assistive Reality be liable to User for any special, indirect, incidental, consequential, exemplary or punitive damages (including lost or anticipated revenues or profits and failure to realise expected savings arising from any claim relating to the services provided by Assistive Reality) whether such claim is based on warranty, contract, tort (including negligence or strict liability) or otherwise or likelihood of the same.

Use at your own risk
By using the ICO smart contract for ARX, the Assistive Reality platform or aronline.io website including but not limited to the transferring assets to Assistive Reality, User confirms that he undertakes and understand all the possible risks that directly or indirectly arise from the activity connected with User’s participation in the ICO and/or use of Assistive Reality services and products.

Force-Majeure:
User understands that Assistive Reality will not be liable to User for any breach hereunder, including for failure to deliver or delays in delivery of the Services occasioned by causes beyond the control of Assistive Reality including but not limited to unavailability of materials, strikes, labour slowdowns and stoppages, labour shortages, lockouts, fires, floods, earthquakes, storms, droughts, adverse weather, riots, thefts, accidents, embargoes, war (whether or not declared) or other outbreak of hostilities, civil strife, acts of governments, acts of God, governmental acts or regulations, orders or injunctions, or other reasons, whether similar or dissimilar to the foregoing (each a “Force Majeure Event”).

Final warning:
ICO participations can be can be considered High-Risk Trading; purchasing financial instruments via an ICO or utilising services offered on the website may result in significant losses or even in a total loss of all funds invested.

  • No information provided on Assistive Reality’s platform or website should be interpreted as investment advice. It does not constitute an offer or invitation by Assistive Reality to any User to buy or to sell tokens or make any investment.
  • User guarantees that he is a legally capable person of a majority age and complies with legal rules and applicable laws of the jurisdiction where the User lives.
  • By participating in the ICO User confirms that he has read, understood and agree to comply with all restrictions set forth above.