The code is available for anyone to see.
A contract that acts on behalf of another, adding features without changing the original.
New tokens can be created after the initial creation.
The digital wallet address of the current token owner.
Changes to the number of tokens in someone's wallet.
The owner's identity is not publicly disclosed.
Risk from the token interacting with outside contracts.
Extra fees on transactions.
Restrictions on buying or selling the token.
A trap making it impossible to sell the token later.
Ability to stop transactions temporarily.
Lists controlling who can use or hold the token.
Available on decentralized exchanges.
Measures against large market-manipulating transactions.
Ability to modify the Anti-Whale measures.
Waiting period between trades.
Modification of the user's personal slippage tolerance.
Name of the token.
Symbol representing the token.
Number of token holders.
Total number of tokens in circulation.
Balance of tokens owned by the owner.
Percentage of total token supply owned by the owner.
Address of the token's creator.
Balance of tokens owned by the creator.
Percentage of total token supply owned by the creator.
Number of liquidity pool (LP) token holders.
Total number of liquidity pool (LP) tokens in circulation.
Last Checked 20 Feb 2024