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Create ERC20 Crowdsale Contract on Meld

Create your token presale in minutes
Proven solidity crowdsale contract
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To create a token sale, Connect Wallet first

Meld crowdsale contract FAQ

A token crowdsale, also known as a token sale or ICO crowdsale, is a method of raising funds from a group of investors. It serves as an alternative funding option for projects and companies seeking financing opportunities via a community or group of investors instead of a bank.
To create a crowdsale on the Meld, you'll first need to have a token that you want to offer for sale. If you don't have a token yet, you can easily create one using the Create Token function of Token Tool. Once you have the token, you can use this Create Token Sale function and insert the token contract address. A drop-down menu will also display all the tokens available in your wallet for you to choose one of them. Select the desired token and click "Continue" to proceed to the user-friendly launchpad configuration page. Fill in the necessary information based on the terms of your token presale, review the details, and click "Create Sale" to pay the transaction fees from your wallet. Once confirmed, the token sale smart contract will be deployed to the network and you can start accepting investors via the Token Sale Display Link.
No, you do not need to create a token with Token Tool specifically to create a token presale smart contract. You can use any MLD20 token contract that was deployed on the Meld blockchain.
Yes, you can. While usually creating a crowdsale contract on Meld requires solidity smart contract programming, you can simplify the process by using Bitbond Token Tool’s launchpad. This tool provides a highly intuitive interface that eliminates the need for coding skills. Simply connect, configure, and create your crowdsale smart contract hassle-free.
You have the flexibility to customize the parameters of your token sale smart contract according to your specific requirements. After creating the token sale, you will be redirected to the configuration page where you can fill in the desired parameters. Additionally, you can make edits to these parameters up to 10 minutes before the start of the sale.

Accepting payments and distributing tokens is a straightforward process. When creating a token sale, you'll select a payment token for receiving investments. Once the token presale is successfully created, you need to 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 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.

Yes, you can. When configuring the parameters of your MLD20 crowdsale contract, you have the option to set both a soft cap and hard cap. These caps establish the minimum and maximum amounts you aim to raise. Simply input the desired amounts during the configuration process.
The token presale smart contract provided by Bitbond Token Tool is highly secure and built to bank-grade standards. Bitbond is a reputable tokenization software provider based in Germany and has a proven track record in the industry. Token Tool smart contracts have been audited by CertiK, a leading auditor, further ensuring their security. Count on Bitbond to deliver a premium German-quality solution.
Typically, hiring a software engineer to develop crowdsale or ICO smart contracts can be quite expensive, often costing thousands of dollars. However, with Token Tool, you can leverage institutional-grade crowdsale smart contracts at an affordable price of only USD 250, plus network fees.

The terms crowdsale and ICO are oftentimes used interchangeably, but they are slightly different. A crowdsale is a more general term that encompasses all types of token sales. Whereas an Initial Coin Offering (ICO) is a type of token sale that involves the creation of a new cryptocurrency or token that is then offered to investors in the early stages of a project. While all ICOs can be considered crowdsales, not all crowdsales are ICOs.

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