In the first transactions of many tokens we often see a situation like the one in the following example, I would like to understand point by point in a definitive way what it means:
- Dev made a token named XYZ
- Deploy it on BSC with total supply of 1000 XYZ
- Send to a “0x000…00dead” address 500 XYZ (useless burn, but ok…)
- Add liquidity to 400 XYZ
- Now anyone can buy and sell the XYZ token
What happens to the remaining 100 tokens? I mean, they will remain in the deployer wallet, right? But deployer can swap/sell them? With what market value?
The 500 tokens “burned” even if they are not recoverable, do they still have the same value as the others? I mean that if, by some absurdity, I had access to that wallet, I could swap / sell them?
Why add liquidity only to 40% of total supply? Only that 40% will be tradable or intere initial supply?
If a developer wants to keep some tokens for themselves (what they call a dev wallet) the right thing to do is send a portion of the tokens to their wallet AFTER adding liquidity, or add liquidity to the tokens they DO NOT want to keep for themselves?
What if add liquidity to only 1 token in a 1000 contract supply?
If have a supply of 500.000.000.000 and a maxTransaction of 2.500.000.000 what is a good value for “numTokensSellToAddToLiquidity”? Many contract use 10% of maxTransaction, but I don’t know why and how to calculate.
Thank you all!