• SimpleERC20

    What's Included:

    1. ERC20 Compliant.
    2. Verified source code.
    3. Supply type: Fixed
    4. Access type: None
    5. Transfer type: Unstoppable

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  • StandardERC20

    What's Included:

    1. ERC20 Compliant.
    2. Verified source code.
    3. Remove credits
    4. Customisable decimals
    5. Supply type: Fixed
    6. Access type: None
    7. Transfer type: Unstoppable
    Create 
  • BurnableERC20

    What's Included:

    1. ERC20 Compliant.
    2. Verified source code.
    3. Remove credits
    4. Customisable decimals
    5. Supply type: Fixed
    6. Access type: None
    7. Burnable
    8. Transfer type: Unstoppable
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  • MintableERC20

    What's Included:

    1. ERC20 Compliant.
    2. Verified source code.
    3. Remove credits
    4. Customisable decimals
    5. Supply type: Capped
    6. Access type: Ownable
    7. Mintable
    8. Transfer type: Unstoppable
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  • CommonERC20

    What's Included:

    1. ERC20 Compliant.
    2. Verified source code.
    3. Remove credits
    4. Customisable decimals
    5. Supply type: Capped
    6. Access type: Ownable
    7. Burnable
    8. Mintable
    9. Transfer type: Unstoppable
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  • TaxableERC20

    What's Included:

    1. ERC20 Compliant.
    2. Verified source code.
    3. Remove credits
    4. Customisable decimals
    5. Supply type: Fixed
    6. Access type: Ownable
    7. Taxable
    8. Transfer type: Unstoppable
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  • AntiWhaleERC20

    What's Included:

    1. ERC20 Compliant.
    2. Verified source code.
    3. Remove credits
    4. Customisable decimals
    5. Supply type: Fixed
    6. Access type: Ownable
    7. Anti whale protection
    8. Transfer type: Unstoppable
    Create 
  • LiquidERC20

    What's Included:

    1. ERC20 Compliant.
    2. Verified source code.
    3. Remove credits
    4. Supply type: Fixed
    5. Access type: Ownable
    6. Liquidity pool setup
    7. Transfer type: Unstoppable
    Create 
  • SwappableERC20

    What's Included:

    1. ERC20 Compliant.
    2. Verified source code.
    3. Remove credits
    4. Supply type: Fixed
    5. Access type: Ownable
    6. Antiwhale protection
    7. Liquidity pool setup
    8. Transfer type: Unstoppable
    Create 
  • DeflationaryERC20

    What's Included:

    1. ERC20 Compliant.
    2. Verified source code.
    3. Remove credits
    4. Customisable decimals
    5. Supply type: Fixed
    6. Access type: Ownable
    7. Transfer type: Unstoppable
    Create 
  • UnlimitedERC20

    What's Included:

    1. ERC20 Compliant.
    2. Verified source code.
    3. Remove credits
    4. Customisable decimals
    5. Supply type: Unlimited
    6. Access type: Role based
    7. Burnable
    8. Mintable
    9. Transfer type: Unstoppable
    Create 
  • AmazingERC20

    What's Included:

    1. ERC20 Compliant.
    2. Verified source code.
    3. Remove credits
    4. Customisable decimals
    5. Supply type: Unlimited
    6. Access type: Ownable
    7. Burnable
    8. Mintable
    9. ERC1363
    10. Token Recover
    11. Transfer type: Unstoppable
    Create 
  • PowerfulERC20

    What's Included:

    1. ERC20 Compliant.
    2. Verified source code.
    3. Remove credits
    4. Customisable decimals
    5. Supply type: Capped
    6. Access type: Role Based
    7. Burnable
    8. Mintable
    9. ERC1363
    10. Token Recover
    11. Transfer type: Unstoppable
    Create 
  • PausableERC20

    What's Included:

    1. ERC20 Compliant.
    2. Verified source code.
    3. Remove credits
    4. Customisable decimals
    5. Supply type: Fixed
    6. Access type: Ownable
    7. Transfer type: Pausable
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Frequently Asked Question's

What's the difference between 10k, Fixed, Capped and Unlimited Supply?

10k: Token supply will be 10.000. The entire token supply will be generated during deploy and sent to Token Owner wallet. You can't increase or reduce supply later.

Fixed Supply: The entire token supply will be generated during deploy and sent to Token Owner wallet. You can't increase or reduce supply later.

Capped Supply: You can define an initial supply to sent to Token Owner's wallet. You can increase or reduce supply later by minting or burning tokens (if allowed). You won't be able to generate more tokens than the defined supply cap.

Unlimited Supply: You can define an initial supply to sent to Token Owner's wallet. You can increase or reduce supply later by minting or burning tokens (if allowed). You will be able to generate unlimited tokens without an upper limit.

What's the difference between Unstoppable or Pausable Transfer?

It takes us less than 7 working days (excluding Sat-Sun) in most cases to complete projects, if we all have the content from you.

Once you complete the purchase, we will email you with an approximate time frame required.

What's the difference between None, Ownable and Role Based Access?

None: Token doesn't need an access type because of there are not actions that needs privileges.

Ownable: Token will have an Owner. The account you use to deploy the Token will be owner by default and will be able to mint new tokens or call the finish minting function or set the burn fee. You can transfer token ownership to addresses or Smart Contract.

Role Based: Token will have Roles. Accounts with "MINTER" role will be able to mint new tokens. Accounts with "ADMIN" role will be able to add or remove roles to minters or other admins. The account you use to deploy the Token will be ADMIN and MINTER by default. In addition the Token will have the Ownable behaviour too.

Who can mint or burn tokens?

Mint: It depends on Token Access Type. If you choose Ownable Access only Token Owner will be able to mint new tokens. If you choose Role Based Access only addresses with MINTER role will be able to mint new tokens. In both cases, if you choose a Capped supply no one won't be able to mint more tokens than the defined cap. By choosing Unlimited supply instead, you will be able to generate unlimited tokens.

Burn: Everyone will be able to burn tokens he held. A third party can burn tokens from other addresses only after an approval. Nobody, not even the Token Owner, will be able to burn tokens from other addresses without approval.

Who can pause transfers?

Selecting a Pausable token grants exclusive pause and unpause privileges to the token owner.
NOTE: Pausable is a key feature for adding an emergency stop to smart contracts. It requires users to trust the project team, who should document their privileged roles and usage circumstances.

What is the Anti Whale Protection Mechanism?

The Anti Whale protection mechanism permits setting a maximum percentage of total supply users can hold. The owner retains the ability to adjust this percentage or deactivate it. Additionally, certain accounts can be exempted from the anti whale protection mechanism.

What is the Liquidity Pool Setup?

A Liquidity Pool pair (i.g. an UniswapV2 Pair) will automatically be created on Uniswap or PancakeSwap during token deployment. The token owner can define an initial supply amount for the liquidity pool and decide whether to permanently lock LP tokens in the token contract or receive them in their wallet.

What is a Deflationary token?

A token reduces its supply over time, leading to limited currency in circulation and increasing value. This supply reduction occurs through transaction fees, with each transaction incurring an automatic fee burn. Owners can adjust the burn fee and exempt certain accounts from deflation mechanisms.

What is a Taxable token?

A taxable token levies a fee on every transaction and transfers it to a specified wallet. The owner has the ability to adjust the tax rate and exempt certain accounts from the taxation process.

What is Token Recover?

Many tokens are permanently lost in Smart Contracts. Each Ethereum contract poses a potential risk for ERC20tokens. Recovery is impossible, resulting in financial losses for users.
Token Recover enables the contract owner to retrieve any ERC20 or NFT (ERC721) token sent into the contract in error and transfer them to a receiver.

What is ERC1363 Token?

There is no way to execute code on a receiver/spender contract after an ERC20transfer, transferFrom or approve so, to perform an action, it is required to send another transaction.
This introduces complexity in UI development and friction on adoption as users must wait for the first transaction to be executed and then submit the second one. They must also pay GAS twice.

ERC1363 makes tokens capable of performing actions more easily and working without the use of any off-chain listener. It allows to make a callback on a receiver/spender contract, after a transfer or an approval, in a single transaction.

ERC1363 tokens can be used for specific utilities in all cases that require a callback to be executed after a transfer or an approval received. ERC1363 is also useful for avoiding token loss or token locking in contracts by verifying the recipient contract's ability to handle tokens.

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