Create BEP20 Crowdsale Contract on BNB Smart Chain
BNB Smart Chain crowdsale contract FAQ
What is a token crowdsale on BNB Smart Chain?
How can I create a crowdsale on the BNB Smart Chain?
Do I need to use only a Token Tool token to create a crowdsale on the BNB Smart Chain?
Can I create a crowdsale contract without any coding knowledge on the BNB Smart Chain?
Can I customize the parameters of my token sale on BNB Smart Chain?
How do I accept payments for my token sale and distribute the tokens to buyers?
Accepting payments and distributing tokens for your token sale on the Binance Smart Chain (BSC) is a straightforward process. During the creation of your token sale, you will select a payment token through which you wish to receive investments. Once the token presale is successfully created, you must send the tokens to the token presale contract address using the "Manage Token Sale" function.
You will receive a "Token Sale Display Link," which serves as an interface for investors to submit their investments. This link can be embedded in an HTML iFrame on your website or shared directly with investors. Investors will connect their wallets, enter the amount they wish to invest, confirm the transaction, and pay directly from their wallets. After the token presale is completed, investors should return to the same page to claim their tokens. As the issuer, you can withdraw funds from the token sale contract using the "Manage Token Sale" function in our launchpad.
Can I set a soft cap and hard cap on my BEP-20 crowdsale contract?
Is the token presale smart contract of Bitbond Token Tool secure on BNB Smart Chain?
How much does it cost to create a solidity crowdsale contract?
What is the difference between a crowdsale and an ICO?
The terms crowdsale and ICO are often used interchangeably, but they have slight differences. A crowdsale is a broader term encompassing all types of token sales, while an Initial Coin Offering (ICO) specifically refers to a token sale where a new cryptocurrency or token is created and offered to investors in the early stages of a project. While all ICOs can be considered crowdsales, not all crowdsales are ICOs.