You need to have an Ethereum wallet installed, with enough ETH funds to pay for contract deployment service. Learn more on choosing the right Web3-enabled wallet for your device.
Simply enter token type, name, symbol, decimals and initial supply. The wizzard will guide you through the rest of the token creation process.
Deploy your newly created tokens in a single Ethereum transaction. Once the transaction is confirmed, tokens are in your wallet, and ready to be used.
Select your preferred option. We recommend ERC20 token option, as it is universally accepted industry-standard token.
* payment is made in ETH
* payment is made in ETH
Q: What are ERC20 tokens?
A: ERC20 tokens are tokens created and transfered on the Ethereum network. Tokens are standardized in a way that enables all Ethereum wallets to send and receive tokens easily. Learn more about ERC20 standard.
Q: What is the difference between Fixed supply and Mintable tokens?
A: When you are creating a Fixed supply ERC20 token, you are setting the total supply of all tokens at contract deployment. New tokens can't be created later. On contrast, Mintable tokens allows you to create an initial supply, but you can add new tokens to supply later.
Q: What can I do with created tokens?
A: Tokens can be used for just about any application. They can be used as a currency, shares in a company, proof of ownership, for ICOs, access to a dapp, voting, charity, as points in a loyalty program, etc.
Q: What do I need to get started?
A: You'll need a web3 enabled Ethereum wallet/browser. Please read our Ethereum wallet guide to find a wallet for your device.
Q: Who owns generated tokens?
A: After you create your tokens, you are the sole owner of all tokens. You can then send them to other parties.
Q: How do I send generated tokens?
A: You can send them using your wallet application. Sending ERC20 tokens is as easy as sending ETH.
Q: Do I need special address for ERC20 tokens?
A: No, ERC20 tokens can be stored on a regular Ethereum address, where you would normally store your ETH. You can store multiple tokens on a single address.
Q: Can I use generated tokens for ICO?
A: Yes, in fact, most ICOs use ERC20 tokens.
Q: Can I verify the source code of my contract?
A: When we deploy your smart contract, the source code is auto-verified by a third party (Etherscan) and published on their website. You'll find the source code on the contract's webpage. Learn more on Solidity code verification.