Deploy a token

The Token Deployer page on PrintDEX provides comprehensive options for creating and configuring tokens before they are listed on the decentralized exchange. Here's a breakdown of the options visible in the screenshot:

Project Image:

  • This option allows you to upload an image representing your token project. The image serves as a visual identifier for your token and enhances its recognition among users on the platform.

Token Name:

  • Here, you can specify the name of your token. The token name is crucial for branding and identification purposes, helping users distinguish your token from others on the exchange.

Token Symbol:

  • The token symbol is a shorter representation of the token's name, typically consisting of a few characters. It serves as a unique identifier for your token and is commonly used in trading pairs and market listings.

Description:

  • This field allows you to provide a brief description or overview of your token project. The description helps users understand the purpose, utility, and features of your token.

(Initial) Supply:

  • Here, you specify the initial supply of tokens that will be minted upon deployment. The initial supply determines the total number of tokens available for circulation at the token's inception.

Decimals:

  • Decimals define the precision of the token's value. They determine the number of decimal places used to represent fractional amounts of the token. Setting the appropriate number of decimals ensures accurate token representation in transactions and calculations.

Tax Wallet and Tax %:

  • These options allow you to configure token taxes. The tax wallet is the address where tax fees collected from transactions are sent. You can specify the percentage of the transaction amount that will be deducted as a tax fee and sent to the tax wallet.

Supply Limiter (Maximum Wallets/ Maximum Transactions):

  • PrintDEX provides an option to set a limit on the maximum supply a single wallet can hold and the maximum percentage of tokens transacted in a single transaction. This helps control token distribution and prevents individual wallets from accumulating excessively large amounts of the token.

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