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Frequently Asked Questions
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Check the transaction on BSCScan when you create your contract and click on the 'Internal Transactions' tab. From here you can access your airdrop contract address. The internal transactions tab will not show until the transaction is fully mined into the blockchain. So depending on blockchain traffic this may take a few minutes. Watch the 'STEP 1' video for a demonstration.
If no functions are showing on your write page, and instead you see a notice that BSCScan can not locate a matching Contract ABI then you need to wait. This issue is caused by lag on the blockchain, there is no fix other than giving it time. Just come back and refresh the page. When this happens it usually fixes itself within a few hours. On very rare occasions this issue may persist for a couple of days.
In order to do the airdrop, the tokens must first be added to the airdrop contract. You need to send them to your airdrop contract manually (using meta mask).
There is a strange error in MetaMask where it sometimes resets the gas to 0. If this happens the transfer will fail. You may need to manually increase the gas in your MetaMask wallet. You can see a demonstration of this on the STEP 4 video.
Other possible reasons that tokens will not transfer to the contract will be related to the token contract. These may include transaction or holding limits, trade closed, or other contract restrictions. You may need to whitelist the airdrop contract address before you can add the tokens.
There are several reasons that an airdrop might fail, these include...
For a more detailed explanation of the reasons that the airdrop might fail, watch the troubleshooting video.
This will depend on your token contract. On most contracts you will need to whitelist the airdrop contract address, exclude it from limits and fees and give it prelaunch access. The way that you do this will be different on each contract. Contact the Solidity developer of the token contract you are using if you are unsure of how to proceed.
If you created your contract using the TokensByGEN contract generator then add the airdrop contract address to function 8 (PreSale_Wallet_Address) and this will grant it all of the required privileges.
You can use the airdrop contract to airdrop any token on the Binance Smart Chain. You do not need to be the owner of the contract for the token you are airdropping. However, you may need to ask the owner to remove fees and limits for the airdrop contract address in order for the airdrop to work correctly.
You can't. There is no way to take tokens away from a wallet that you have airdropped them to. So make sure you have checked everything thoroughly before you begin.
No. When you create the contract it is locked to the address you set as the owner. No other wallet can access the contract.
Use the 'Remove_Tokens' function. Enter the contract address of the token and the percent (usually 100) that you want to remove back to your wallet.
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