How does the Whitelisting process work

Getting whitelisted means your address will be eligible to participate in an IDO.

It’s a lottery system that rewards one ticket per 250 POLS. In order to be eligible, you have to apply to each IDO whitelist and hold at least 250 POLS to get one ticket. Addresses are chosen at random, so if your address has more than 1 ticket in the submission, your chances of being chosen are higher. It’s important to note that you are not spending your POLS when you apply for a whitelist:  your POLS holding just translates to the number of tickets submitted to the whitelist in your name.

The more POLS you hold in your wallet, the higher the chance of successfully whitelisting with our weight system.

There are three ways to become eligible for whitelisting, counting from both supported chains - Ethereum and Binance Smart Chain:

  1. Hold POLS in your wallet for a minimum of 7 days

    You must be holding at least 250 POLS on an Ethereum or Binance Smart Chain wallet to be eligible for a whitelist. And the more POLS you own, the greater your chances of being whitelisted. 250, 500, 750, 3000, 10 000, 30 000… For every 250 more you own, you get an additional chance
  2. Hold POLS liquidity provider tokens on Uniswap or PancakeSwap for a minimum of 7 days

    In order to provide liquidity on Uniswap, you need to provide at least 1 ETH of liquidity, plus 1 ETH worth of POLS tokens. For every 2.5 LP tokens you have, you get a greater chance of being whitelisted. To provide liquidity on PancakeSwap, you need to provide at least 12.5 BNB worth of POLS tokens. 
  3. Stake POLS on our new dashboard, instead of keeping them in your wallet. This will grant instant access to whitelist eligibility but locks your tokens for 7 days.

POLS Tiers for Whitelist:

  • 250+ POLS = 1.0x
  • 1,000+ POLS = 1.1x
  • 3,000+ POLS = 1.15x
  • 10,000+ POLS = 1.20x
  • 30,000+ POLS = 1.25x & No Cooldown

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