Read here about how ILO works in general.
Read here about how to create your own ILO.
Have your token audited by quality auditors prior ILO starts
Note that ILO creation fees are not refundable.
Know your own code, test your ILO in Kovan, Unicrypt will not fix your code
Adjust your tax and maxTx to allow AMM LP creation as per documentation here
Don't allow any circulating tokens prior ILO's end: LP creation before the ILO ends will make it fail
Round 0, 1 and 2 cannot be altered and will take place as per documented here
Unsold tokens are burned if your ILO is successful
Failed ILO will allow you to withdraw your tokens. Note that locked tokens will remain locked.
ILO and lockers are deployed on Kovan ETH testnet. Whether your ILO will take place on BSC or ETH network, the interface remains the same across all blockchains and can be tested on Kovan.
No, you cannot. This is one of the incentive to hold UNCL/UNCX. Those who do not wish to hold either of the two tokens can join round 0 and spend 2 UNCL to reserve their slot, or will have to wait for round 2, unless hardcap is expected to be reached within the 2 hours of round 1.
Before / When creating an ILO: Restart your computer, clear internet cache, try another web browser. Check all parameters of your ILO, ensure you provide enough gas for the creation.
During / While raising funds for an ILO: This is usually when a liquidity pool has been created manually during the ILO. Unfortunately, you have to restart your ILO from the beginning and make sure your tokens are not already in circulation.
After / When initiating the market at the end of a successful ILO: This is often due to errors in the token smart contract's code. Please get in touch with an admin to see what are your options. when
This can only be done if the ILO is "Upcoming". It will not work with a live ILO:-
Change the end time / end block to current block + several seconds
This will force-fail your ILO. Please note that fees are not refundable.
With our launchpad v3, deployed on August 24, 2021: no you can't use a whitelist.