Intro Token Tool
Token Tool has a number of advantages compared to other products for token creation and management:
- Uses simple Web3 login: no customized integration to APIs of key management vendors is necessary. Manage your keys in every way you want as long as Web3 login is supported.
- No-code smart contract deployment: configure your token via a convenient user interface (or launch via an API if you use the enterprise version) without the need to code your own Solidity code. All Token Tool smart contracts have been audited by CertiK.
- Supports 4 EVM chains and their testnets: Ethereum (and Goerli testnet), Polygon (and Mumbai testnet), Avalanche (and Fuji testnet) and Binance Smart Chain (and BSC Test, currently being renamed to BNB chain) with more chains to come.
- Supports different token standards: create ERC20 and ERC1400 tokens (and their equivalents on other EVM chains) as well ERC721 NFTs with rich customization capabilities.
- Supports Web3 wallets for login: login with Metamask (and Metamask Institutional), Coinbase Wallet, Binance Wallet, Trust Wallet, Rabby, MEWconnect and many other browser wallets as well as Ledger as a hardware wallet. Via the Wallet Connect integration you can use different hardware wallets and sophisticated bank-grade key management solutions such as Fireblocks, Qredo, Gnosis Safe, Metaco, Copper, GK8 and others.
- Token creator remains in control: don't give away control over your tokens to third parties, instead remain in control through the elegant Web3 logic. The token creation is non-custodial.
- Pay as you go: tokenize assets without complicated on-boarding or setup fees and only pay as you go per chain interaction. You can find the current pricing of each Token Tool function under the terms & conditions. If you have several token interactions per day, ask for our enterprise version where you can use Token Tool without any usage limits for a flat monthly license fee.
Some custody solutions are restrictive regarding external deposit addresses for security reasons. If a wallet is set up in a way that funds can leave this wallet to whitelisted addresses only, you can only use Token Tool only after you have whitelisted the Token Tool smart contract addresses first. Here is a list of the addresses that you need to whitelist in that case.
- Ethereum: 0xf4DA12405C794379a6ACD8ea4E350A0A8b8139cb
- Avalanche: 0xf4DA12405C794379a6ACD8ea4E350A0A8b8139cb
- Polygon: 0x88777bcCb752B20245400049021CB47b8fbCf640
- Binance Smart Chain: 0xf4DA12405C794379a6ACD8ea4E350A0A8b8139cb
- Ethereum Goerli: 0xf4DA12405C794379a6ACD8ea4E350A0A8b8139cb
- Avalanche Fuji: 0xf4DA12405C794379a6ACD8ea4E350A0A8b8139cb
- Polygon Mumbai: 0xf4DA12405C794379a6ACD8ea4E350A0A8b8139cb
- Binance Smart Chain Test: 0xf4DA12405C794379a6ACD8ea4E350A0A8b8139cb
Token Tool supports a testnet for each supported chain. This way you can test Token Tool for free. As an example: when you go to Create Token and select Ethereum as your chain, you can switch to Goerli in your Metamask wallet. Token Tool will continue to function the same way as it does on mainnet.
To pay gas fees on testnets, you need testnet coins. Here is a list of testnet faucets where you can get testnet coins for free: