TrustSwap, a full-service digital asset ecosystem, has announced the launch of Mint, an Ethereum and Binance Smart Chain token generator that allows users to create audited cryptocurrency tokens with no coding experience necessary.
Mint, coupled alongside SmartLocks, liquidity and token locking solution, has completed the final loop in the TrustSwap SmartLaunch ecosystem, introducing trust and safety to the world of cryptocurrency. It allows anyone to create a fully-audited token on Ethereum or Binance Smart Chain within minutes, only paying gas fees. Mint allows anyone to create a fully-audited token on Ethereum or Binance Smart Chain within minutes; only paying gas fees. When a token is created with Mint, 0.5% of the total supply is reserved for farming pools and 0.1% goes towards the growth of TrustSwap.
All Mint contracts are audited by both Certik and Hacken two leading blockchain security companies. The code is open-sourced before the tokens are minted.
Additional and notable features of Mint include:
- Automatic Token Vesting – All tokens created in the generator have an option to seamlessly take a portion of the tokens and lock them in a vesting schedule using SmartLocks.
- Pre-Audited Smart Contracts – Token holders and investor confidence, building trust, and saving you time and money on both audits and developers.
- Modular components – Choose to add features to your tokens that the biggest coins in the space commonly use.
“With Mint, we’ve made it possible for anyone accessing the TrustSwap ecosystem to easily create their tokens in minutes. We’re excited to introduce Mint to the TrustSwap community. Whether it’s setting up tokenomics, inflationary or deflationary properties, or determining token presale opening and closing, we’ve taken the stress, risk, and costs out of creating tokens for upcoming crypto projects.” said Jeff Kirdeikis, CEO of TrustSwap.
Mint will be adapted to ERC-20 and BEP-20 during its launch; with additional chains to be added. More features will be added to the minting feature such as staking, inflation, deflation, and rebase.