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Claimer

Claimer is a dApp allows project teams/ token purchasers to lock tokens in a non-custodial, time-released smart contract vault, and whitelisted users will be able to claim their specified tokens according to Token Vesting Schedules.
As a once-and-for-all Token Vesting Schedule with few clicks, Claimer will allow all investors to claim specified tokens fairly/timely with no more complaints.
At TARS, the proposer/Space Owner who launches Claimer dApp usually refers to the project party or the investors’ representative (KOL/Influencer, etc.), is allowed to adjust the Token Vesting Schedule and fined accordingly due to DPF however.
In addition, as a completely decentralized feature, Claimer also provides a visualize claim table for the whitelisted users to manage their claimable tokens.

How to Launch Claimer

If you want to launch Claimer dApp, make sure you already have a Space at TARS, otherwise you need to create one first. The core parameters of Claim Rules include the core Token Vesting Time and the Claim Rate. Besides, the proposer/Space Owner needs to upload the Whitelisted Addresses and their corresponding total amount of claimable tokens. The flexible Claim Rules that you created will be sorted by token names and managed in your Dashboard.
When the proposer/Space Owner adjusts the Token Vesting Schedule, the contract will automatically calculate the fine to be paid according to the number and magnitude of adjustments. Adjustments to the Token Vesting Schedule will also take effect when the payment of fines is authorized. Whitelisted addresses will claim tokens according to the adjusted Token Vesting Schedule.
When the proposer/Space Owner adjusts the Token Vesting Schedule, the contract will automatically calculate the fine to be paid according to the adjustment times and the adjustment range. Adjustments to the Token Vesting Schedule will take effect when the payment of fines is approved. Whitelisted users will claim tokens following the adjusted Token Vesting Schedule.
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