Import locks from a CSV
This page explains how to perform a large number of locks without performing too many manual actions. UniCrypt app supports CSV imports!
1️⃣ Open this page, select the blockchain on the UI and then paste your token address: https://app.unicrypt.network/services/lock-tokens
2️⃣ In the above, 2 buttons are catching the attention (Download CSV, Import CSV). These commands allow you to :
  • Create a sample of a lock on the UI
  • Download the CSV to replicate the parameters 'en masse' depending on your needs (e.g. same locking parameters for a plethora of addresses)
  • Once done, import the CSV back to load the UI and perform the locks.
Tips - MUST READ - :
  • We have a template available here, please download and read lines 3,4, and 5 to understand formats and expectations.
CSVTemplate_UniCrypt Vesting.csv
  • For now, it is necessary to perform locks by batches (standard and linear locks, batches of 120 locks work well) due to gas limits.
  • You can either use the card view, or table view to check if your data has been imported successfully:
Switch between card view, and table view on the locking UI
  • If you are not familiar with Epoch format (for emission start/dates), we recommend using this online converter: https://www.epochconverter.com/
  • Make sure to double-check your imported data from the CSV (total of tokens, no duplicates...) that will avoid mistakes and there is ⚠️ no backdoor.
Once locked, tokens are locked. UniCrypt Network doesn't provide custody of your funds and therefore a lock can not be undone.
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