The Hiro team is aware of a known issue with the Stacks Explorer that is impacting displays of locked tokens from Stacks 2019 token offerings. The Stacks for these holders are safe on the blockchain, but the explorer is not displaying some token unlocking data properly.
Hiro team is working on a fix for this in the explorer, but wanted to share some additional information and resources for impacted users in the meantime:
If you participated in the 2019 Stacks token offering and have unlocked and locked tokens, your full account information might not be reflected in the explorer correctly. The explorer is only showing data for unlocked tokens and not showing data on locked tokens currently. The Stacks for these holders are safe on the blockchain and it’s just an explorer display issue. You can manually check your balances and view accurate unlocking data here.
Tokens used to unlock at a monthly rate based on Bitcoin block numbers, roughly around the 18th of every month or so. With the launch of Stacks 2.0 the unlocking schedule now runs on a slightly different schedule again based on Bitcoin block time. So there are slight differences in when new Stacks unlock, there is now an approx two-week difference from the earlier scheduled token unlocking on Stacks 1.0. Users can see at what Stacks block the next token unlocking happens in the same sheet here. The takeaway for users is that whatever week you used to see tokens unlock on Stacks 1.0, it is now approx ~2 weeks later.
We’ll post an update here when the explorer has been updated with the display of locked tokens, we’re expecting this to be sometime next week. Those interested in getting updates are encouraged to please follow along in the Stacks explorer GitHub repository. Thanks!
Update 2/12/20: the explorer should now be reflecting accurate balances for addresses. The wallet is still being worked on. Thank you!