This section summarizes the different steps to create ILOs on the Unicrypt decentralized Launchpad.
Before you start
Before creating your ILO, Unicrypt HIGHLY RECOMMENDS you to have your smart contract audited by one of our whitelisted auditors and to get your team KYC'ed.
Contracts not thoroughly audited may fail after a successful fund raising.
Failed ILOs are not refundable: You are the manager of your project and you are responsible to set achievable targets for your own ILO. Hence consider with care every parameters including, but not limited to: your own code, the price per token, the length of your presale, the soft cap and the hard cap.
Ensure there is no liquidity in the pool and no holders before the ILO creates the liquidity pool.
Unicrypt will not fix your code:
Learn to read and understand your own code
Test your code on the test networks provided (use our faucet for UNCX)
Ensure you are pointing to the proper router address (e.g. PCS v2, not v1)
Do NOT use a hardware wallet (Ledger, Trezor, etc.) as some signatures do not go through and you may be unable to add your ILO's social link and icon.
Please refer to our section "Tokens with taxes" at the end of this page in case you have such mechanism in your smart contract.
Only If all the points above are clear to you and only if you agree with them, you can open our dapp and proceed further.
Note that it is not recommended to burn / send to DEAD address your tokens as this will not show in the tokenomics (DEAD and 0x0000 addresses are considered as wallets, hence circulating supply). You can alternatively lock your tokens for a very long period of time as this will be visible on the Tokenomics info tab.
Unsold tokens will be burned if the ILO is successful, or can be withdrawn if it fails.
Finally, do read our FAQ for Devs as it highlights important details based on questions and feedback from our ILO channel.
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