Frequently asked questions about TrustSwap's Mint Token Generator

What is Mint?

Mint is an easy-to-use token generator service used to create and customize fully-audited tokens within seconds without having to pay thousands of dollars for code audits and software development.

Which chains does Mint support?

Currently, Mint supports the creation of audited Ethereum (ERC20), BSC (Binance Smart Chain), Polygon tokens. Soon we will add more chains. Stay tuned!

Why do DeFi projects need Mint?

Mint saves DeFi projects significant amounts of time and money as tokens can be generated within minutes, without requiring coding experience! Tokens created with Mint are customizable and ready to integrate with DEXs and other DeFi protocols.

Using smart contracts technology, Mint enhances confidence, trust, efficiency and cost-savings on both audit and developer fees. Communities can rest assured that the code will not have any secret functions or hidden exploits as all coins made with Mint are fully audited by multiple reputable firms.

All Mint contracts are audited by Certik and Hacken, two of the industry-leading security companies. Audit reports can be found here.

What kind of token customization does Mint enable?

Mint allows for customization in terms of initial and maximum token supply, soft/hard caps, pre-sale window, as well as inflationary, deflationary, rebasing and other fundamental properties.

What tokens should I hold in order to be able to mint my token?

In order to pay for gas fees, you would need to hold tokens of the chain your minted tokens will be based on.

For example, if you want to mint ERC20 tokens on the Ethereum chain, you need to hold ETH in their Metamask wallet to pay for the gas fees.

If you want to mint tokens on the Binance Smart Chain (BSC), you need BNB in your Metamask wallet to pay for the gas fees.

I want to mint tokens on BSC and Polygon, how can I configure these networks on my Metamask?

To configure Binance Smart Chain on Metamask, follow this guide.

To configure Polygon on Metamask, follow this guide.

Where can I find the Contract Address of my minted token?

Upon successful minting, the confirmation screen will contain the hash and contract address of the minted token.

You can find the contract address by clicking on the minted token on the "My Mints" webpage.

Where can I find my tokens after I mint them?

The tokens arrive automatically into your Web3 wallet.

The process looks simple and easy, but can I do a test minting first?

Of course!

You can connect your wallet to the Ropsten network to test ERC20 token generation, or connect to the BSC testnet if you want to mint tokens on Binance Smart Chain testnet, or connect to the Mumbai testnet if you want to mint tokens on the Polygon testnet.

Check the configuration guides above to see how you can configure testnets beyond Ropsten.

You can get testnet tokens through faucets to pre-fill your wallet.

Why can I not see my minted tokens on the "My Mints" webpage?

Make sure your Metamask wallet is connected to the correct corresponding network. For example, if you minted on the ETH chain, you need to set your Metamask wallet to Ethereum main net to view your minted tokens on the 'My Mints' page.

How do I add my image to a token once created?

When creating your token, upload the image using the input field provided.

How do I add liquidity to my token once created?

Many tutorials exist explaining how to add liquidity to trading pairs on Decentralized Exchanges (DEXs) such as UniSwap, PancakeSwap, Trader Joe, etc. Please take the time to educate yourself on the various risks and strategies involved with liquidity provision.

How do I lock tokens with SmartLocks once I mint them?

Once you have minted your tokens to your wallet, you can log in to to lock your team tokens as well as Liquidity Pair (LP) tokens with TrustSwap SmartLocks.

How is Mint combined with other TrustSwap services?

All tokens created via Mint have an option to seamlessly take a portion of the tokens and lock them in a vesting schedule using our proprietary SmartLock technology, a liquidity and token locking solution.

Coupled alongside SmartLock, Mint has completed the final loop in the TrustSwap SmartLaunch ecosystem, introducing maximum safety and trust to the world of cryptocurrency.

Is an audit report generated for minted tokens?

Yes, you can download the Audit report by clicking on the desired minted token on the "My Mints" webpage.

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