How-To
Hands on Vouchers

Creating Vouchers

To start off, let’s show you how to create a Voucher from the Marketplace on Solv.
Create
  • Click "Create Voucher" on top of the homepage, and you will be brought to an interface that allows you to define how your Voucher will function.
  • Choose the type of token you want to mint, then the token amount, vesting type (release mode), release start date and vesting period that the Voucher will have.
  • Once you have determined the release rules and your ERC20 asset is deposited, your Voucher will be created after you "Authorize" to pay the gas fee to "Create" it.
  • Your Vouchers will be unlocked according to the release rule you choose. During the process, users can claim, transfer, split or merge the Vouchers they possess.
  • Your Voucher can also be listed on Solv Marketplace.

Release Rules

Linear release

Linear Release
  • The vesting period can be set in terms of days in UTC time, and the starting date will be set according to UTC time as well. Vouchers will be released by the second during the period.
Release Volume per second = Total Volume / Release Period / 86400

One-time release

One-time Release
  • The release date is set according to UTC time, and the release volume will be 100%. At the time of ‘0:00’ on the release date, the entirety of the release volume will be unlocked at once.

Staged release

Staged Release
  • In this mode, one or more release dates are designated, also according to UTC time, and the release volume of each date is released according to an individual ratio that the creator can determine. The ratios here must add up to 100%. At the time of ‘0:00’ on each release date, the respective ratio of the total volume will be unlocked.

Voucher Operations

You can view your Vouchers on ”Account” → ”My Assets” and choose the following functions:

1. Claim

Claim
  • From either a Voucher detail page or the My Assets page, click on the “Claim” button.
  • You can choose to either claim all claimable tokens, or designate a lower amount. Click "Claim" and pay the gas fee of the "Claim" transaction to receive your tokens.
Claim
  • When unlocked assets are claimed, the volume of the Voucher will be reduced accordingly.
  • Even when all tokens in a Voucher are claimed, the Voucher remains, showing an amount of "0".

2. Split

Split
  • From either a Voucher detail page or on the My Assets page, click on the “Split” button. From the My Assets page, you can click the three vertical dots to the right of a Voucher to see the Split function.
  • When the split of tokens (maximum amount = unclaimed assets + locked assets) is determined, unclaimed assets and locked assets will be split by the split ratio (split ratio = split amount / maximum amount).
  • After pressing the Split button in the panel, you can check your newly split Vouchers on your My Assets page.
After the split
For example, you have a voucher with the value of 1000 - 200 of which are available to be claimed, and 800 of which are still unlocked.
To split this voucher, let's say your split amount is 600, you will get two different tokens after the split:
  1. 1.
    The voucher with the value of 400 - 80 of which are available to be claimed, and 320 of which are still unlocked;
  2. 2.
    The voucher with the value of 600 - 120 of which are available to be claimed, and 480 of which are still unlocked.

3. Transfer

Transfer
  • From either a Voucher detail page or My Assets page, click on the “Transfer” button.
Transfer
  • Fill the field labeled "TO" with the wallet address of your recipient.
  • Fill the field "Amount" with the number of tokens (available) you want to transfer.
  • Partial transfer: transfer amount < available amount, your assets will be split by the ratio (transfer amount / available amount), and the transaction will be executed after the split.

4. Merge

Merge
  • From either a Voucher’s detail page or My Assets page, click on the “Merge” button.
  • Choose the ID of the Vouchers you want to merge.
  • Click "Merge" and pay the gas fee of the "Merge" transaction. The merged assets will be destroyed, and the value of the active token will increase accordingly.
Vouchers can only be merged when they have the same release type and release period. All of the Vouchers are merged to the active token, and the token IDs of the merged assets become the ID of the active token.

Trading Vouchers

1. Purchasing Vouchers

Investors can purchase or offer their price to a listed token in the following method. After the purchase, sellers will receive the funds in their Ethereum account, and Solv will charge 1.5% of the price of a successful sale as a service fee.
Marketplace
  • Click "Marketplace" and go to the Marketplace.
  • Click the "Buy" button and an interface will pop up, allowing you to choose to purchase by amount or by value.
Buy

2. Listing Vouchers

Listing
  • From either a Voucher’s detail page or My Assets page, click on the “List” button. You will be taken to a page that allows you to define the parameters of your listing.

Sell Method - "Fixed Price"

Fixed Price
  • Choose the "Fixed" method on the top left of the "List" interface.
  • Set the unit price you want for your Voucher The default "Start time" is "Sell now".
  • Users can also choose "Scheduled (UTC)" to start an upcoming sale.
  • The "Advanced'' options allow users to set the "Purchase limit" and "Restrictions on purchasing" of the active Voucher. By default, these options do not have a limit.
  • Your Voucher will be listed in the market after you "Authorize" to "Create" it.

Sell Method - "Variable Price"

Variable Price
  • Choose the "Variable Price" method on the top left of the "Lisl" interface.
  • Set the unit price you want for your Voucher.
  • Set the "Duration" time you want as "xx Days yy Hours zz Minutes".
  • Choose the "Interval of price-declining" from "1 Minute", "1 Hour" or "24 Hours".
  • The price is reduced by the parameter of "Duration"/"Interval of price-declining".
  • The default "Start time" is "Sell now". Users can also choose "Scheduled (UTC)" to start an upcoming sale.
  • The "Advanced'' options allow users to set the "Purchase limit" and "Restrictions on purchasing" of the active Voucher. By default, these options do not have a limit.
  • Your Voucher will be listed in the market after you "Authorize" to "Create" it.

3. Off shelf

Off shelf
  • If you click "Account" then click "My Listed", you will see the "Cancel" button. Click that, and the "Cancel" interface will pop up.
  • Click "Cancel" on the interface and pay the gas fee to unlist the token.

4. Restrictions on Purchasing Address

Set up a whitelist

  1. 1.
    Select the Whitelist to be the restrictions on purchasing address.
  2. 2.
    Add your whitelist by using a text file. The maximum number is 100 and you could still add more spots after you list it.(The number on the right of the comma is the purchase limit for this address).
e.g.
0xA0b86991c6218b36c1d19D4a2e9Eb0cE3606eB48,200 0xdAC17F958D2ee523a2206206994597C13D831ec7,100

Add more whitelist

  1. 1.
    Click on Account and choose My listed.
  2. 2.
    Select your order and click on the Add Whitelist button to proceed.
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