Algorand Multisender

Frequently asked questions about TrustSwap's Algorand Multisender

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To use this tool, you will need an Algorand wallet

What is Algorand Multisender?

With the TrustSwap Algorand Multisender you can send tokens to multiple Algorand addresses at once.

Quick, decentralized and convenient. Whether it's for airdrops, token vesting, salary payments, our Algorand Multisender has you covered. Copy all addresses and token amounts you want to distribute, and let Multisender do the hard work for you.

Do I need to send the same amount of tokens to all recipients?

No, you can specify how many tokens each individual address should receive.

How does Algorand Multisender work?

  1. Fill the mnemonic phrase to allow Multisender to access your tokens and perform a batch transaction. The keywords need to be separated by a comma.

  2. Select in the dropdown list the token you want to send to your address list.

  3. Paste the Algorand addresses in the distribution field using a comma as separator.

  4. Click [Start Sending]

  5. A processing window pops up and the transactions will be executed.

Which wallet does the TrustSwap Algorand Multisender support?

The supported wallet is MyAlgoWallet.

Does TrustSwap charge any fees to use the Algorand Multisender?

No, this service is completely free of charge. You only need to pay the actual network fees for the distribution of the tokens.

Where can I get support?

For support please contact us on Telegram, or by clicking the chat button on the bottom right on our website

Where can I find more information about TrustSwap?

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