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Whitelisting

As the owner of a project, you can impose a whitelist system that helps you filter out the unwanted investors. When you enable whitelisting, only the wallet addresses whitelisted by you are able to pa
As the owner of a project, you can impose a whitelist system that helps you filter out the unwanted investors. When you enable whitelisting, only the wallet addresses whitelisted by you are able to participate in the token presale. The whitelist system can be enabled/disabled at any time during the presale period.
How to enable whitelisting?
When creating a launchpad, you are given the option to enable/disable whitelist at Step 2.
At Step 4 before you submit the launchpad information, you can see the status of “Sale method” as “Whitelist Only”. That means only the whitelisted wallet addresses are allowed to participate in your token presale.
Note: If you forget to enable the whitelist during launchpad creation, you can still enable it at the “Owner Dashboard” located at the bottom-right of the launchpad page.
After enabling the whitelist, you should confirm the transaction at yoru MetaMask wallet to finalize the process.
How to add addresses to the whitelist?
Find “Add users to whitelist” located at the owner dashboard on the launchpad page.
After clicking it, a window will pop up where you can input addresses to the whitelist. Please separate addresses by starting a new line. (You can add no more than 800 addresses)
When you are done adding addresses, please click “Add users”, then confirm the transaction at your MetaMask.
Here is a visual example of how to properly input the addresses you want to whitelist:
How to remove addresses from the whitelist?
Find “Remove users from whitelist” located at the owner dashboard on the launchpad page.
After clicking it, a window will pop up. Input the wallet addresses which you want to remove from the whitelist and separate them by starting a new line.
When you are done adding addresses for removal, please click “Remove users” and confirm the transaction at MetaMask.