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Presale Service


The Presale Service allows Token Creators to easily and quickly create a presale with parameters most suited to their needs. At the other end, it provides an engaging and intuitive interface for presale participants, allowing them to safely invest in their favorite projects. With Dexpanse it does not end here - the presale service is fully integrated into a sophisticated Engagement System that grants users unique additinal opportunities to earn!
If all of this is very confusing to you, then read our article about liquidity & presales and it'll make everything more clear.

Presale variants

The Presale Service comes in two variants:
  • The Fair Sale - in which no whitelist is ever incorporated and which does not have a hardcap, but only a softcap and a duration. For step by step creation instructions, go here.
  • The Standard Sale - in which a whitelist can, but does not have to be incorporated. A standard sale always has a hardcap and softcap. For step by step creation instructions, go here.

Presale parameters

These parameters work the same regardless of the presale variant chosen, just not all of them are available in each variant.
Basic parameters in the Presale Creator
  • Token address — the actual address of the Token being sold in the presale. For Presale Owners: Remember to be on the correct network on Metamask (or different supported wallet)!
  • Base token to use — The base token that will be paired with the Token sold. This is not constrained to BNB. Dexpanse currently supports BNB, BUSD and USDT as base tokens on the Binance Smart Chain network
  • Softcap — the amount of base tokens that needs to be raised for the presale to be considered successful. If the softcap is not reached by the end of the presale, then the presale is considered as failed and all participants can recover their funds.
  • Hardcap — the maximum amount of base tokens that can be raised in the presale. Once the hardcap is reached, the presale ends and participants can then withdraw however many Tokens they bought. This parameter does not apply to the Fair Sale variant.
  • Spend limit — the maximum amount of base tokens that one presale participant can spend in the presale.
  • Number of tokens for sale — this is the number of Tokens that are put up for sale for the presale participants. For Presale Owners: The slider below the input represents this number as a percentage of the total supply of the Token. Note that this number only represents the number of tokens that are sold to other users in the presale, and you still must have enough tokens left for providing initial liquidity.
  • Presale rate — this is not a parameter that can be changed directly, but it is rather calculated by dividing the number of tokens for sale by the hardcap. It represents the actual rate (price) at which presale participants will buy the Token.
  • Listing rate — this is the initial price (or rather liquidity pool ratio) that the Token will have on the created AMM ( Automated Market Maker) exchange just after the presale has finished. Looking at the listing rate of 0.08 from the screenshot above, it basically means that once the presale is completed one will be able to exchange 1 BUSD for 0.08 BST on the chosen Dex (decentralized exchange), minus slippage of course. Or to turn this around: 1 BST will be worth 12.5 BUSD. For Presale Owners: Moving the slider to the right allows you to reduce the initial price after adding liquidity, where 0% (when the slider is on the far left) indicates an identical price to the presale price, and moving the slider all the way to the right reduces the initial price by 60%.
  • Liquidity Percent — this is a percentage value representing what part of the collected base tokens will be used for providing initial liquidity. Example: Supposing that we left this value at 70% and that the Token presale was a great sucess in which a hardcap of 60,000 BUSD was reached in mere minutes, we can calculate that 42,000 BUSD will be inserted into the AMM as initial liquidity.
  • Presale start — this is simply the date and time (in your system local time) for the start of the presale.
  • Presale end — this is simply the date and time (in our system local time) for the end of the presale.
  • Liquidity lock duration — the time duration that the LP (Liquidity Provider) tokens minted as a result of providing initial liquidity will be locked for. For Presale Owners: Remember that you should have a good reason (such as potential liquidity migration) for setting this parameter at a low value, as otherwise it might make potential investors lose trust in your project.
  • Dex to use — the decentralized exchange protocol to be used to create the AMM ( Automated Market Maker). At the moment most blockchains have one leading dex, such as Pancakeswap ( on Binance Smart Chain. However, in some cases there is fierce competition, such as Sushiswap and Uniswap on Ethereum. Dexpanse’s platform will strive to offer as many verified Dexes as possible.
  • Unsold token strategy — if the presale ends in success but the hardcap is not reached (i.e. not all of the tokens that were available were sold), then the remaining tokens can either be refunded to the Presale Owner or they can be burned, in which case nobody will ever be able to claim them. This parameter does not apply to the Fair Sale variant.
  • Whitelist — in case of the Standard Sale, the Presale Owner has the choice to make the presale private. By turning on the whitelist feature, the PResale Owner can choose (by inputting specific wallet addresses) which users will be able to take part in the presale. Note, that a presasle can as private, and then after a set amount of time have the whitelist feature be disabled to let anybody take part. This parameter does not apply to the Fair Sale variant.
  • Token logo - the token logo is a viusal representation of the Token being sold in the presale. For Presale Owners: It can be uploaded as a image file or a direct link to the address that hosts the picture can also be used.
  • Twitter - the Twitter homepage of the Token being sold in the presale.
  • Telegram - the Telegram channel of the Token being sold in the presale.
  • Website - the home website of the Token being sold in the presale.
  • Description - a short descriptin of the Token being sold in the presale, provided by the Presale Owner.

Presale simulator

The Dexpanse Presale Creator features a simulator functionality for Presale creators. After having input all required parameters the Presale Simulator can be used to check how much liquidity will be generated and what the fees will be depending on the final state of the presale.