Help creating a token

I want to generate my own token, I hope someone can guide me.

I am a down-and-out entrepreneur, not a professional developer. So I need a guide that’s easy to understand.

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Hi @drferwhb,

Welcome to the community :wave:

I suggest looking at Points to consider when creating a fungible token (ERC20, ERC777)

There are a number of guides in the forum on how to create an ERC20 such as:
Create an ERC20 using Truffle, without writing Solidity

I would like to know if eth2.0 will affect tokens in the future when it is implemented.
I hope my token won’t be affected for ten years.

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Hi @drferwhb,

Eth1 will likely be a shard of Eth2. So smart contracts can continue to operate.

For details on Eth2 see the recent update:

@Abcoathup
Can the standard contract be realized to automatically return token to supporters’ wallets?
If you send token to supporters manually, it will waste a lot of energy.

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Hey, I’ve read the zero code contract you issued.

I would like to use 10 tokens in return for helping me carry out this contract.

I am the sponsor of the ShionKeys project, if I can successfully raise funds to implement the project. The value of my token release will be very high in the future.

2020年6月30日 08:51 来自 zeppelin@discoursemail.com:

Hi @drfewwhb,

I am not sure what you mean by automatic return?

If you are referring to a crowdsale, OpenZeppelin Contracts 2.x includes contracts for Crowdsales: https://docs.openzeppelin.com/contracts/2.x/crowdsales

Before creating a fungible token I recommend looking at Points to consider when creating a fungible token (ERC20, ERC777), including the purpose of your token, appropriate testing and auditing, and any regulatory compliance.

2020年7月1日 05:55 来自 zeppelin@discoursemail.com: