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🖼️ How to create a NFT or token based pool
🖼️ How to create a NFT or token based pool

Learn how you can set up tiered access to a deal based on an NFT collection.

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Written by Milad Mirshahi
Updated over a week ago

In this guide, we showcase how to create an exclusive pool accessible only to holders of a specific NFT or Token through a whitelist pool. If you want to set up variable allocations for different investors in a pool, we have a separate tutorial that shows you how to do so.

With our upcoming automated NFT Tier update, scheduled for release in July 2023, you will be able to create automated NFT tiers and access based on NFT rarity.

🖼️ Creating An NFT Or Token-Based Pool [Advanced Guide]

Step 1: Create a Whitelist Pool. Do Not Save when setting up the pool, just keep it open in a separate tab. Here is a separate guide on how to create whitelist pools.

Step 2: Visit the Blockchain Explorer of the blockchain your NFT or token is created on. We will use an Ethereum-based collection and in this tutorial.

Step 3: Add the Token Contract of your NFT collection or token in the search field.

Step 4: Click on the Token Tracker of your token contract.

Step 5: Verify that you are on the token page URL, and click on the Holders tab.

Step 6: Scroll to the Bottom Of The Holders Tab, and download the CSV export.

Step 7: Complete the Captcha in order to download the CSV file.

Step 8: Now that you have a list of the holders of your NFT collection or token, click on the A Column, and Copy the entire column of wallet addresses.

Step 9: Navigate to the whitelist pool you have in a separate tab, and paste the addresses in the Add Addresses field. Click Update/Save pool and let the pool load until you are redirected.

Step 10: You should now see that the pool containing the whitelisted NFT or token holder has been created. The whitelisted investors can now contribute using the Main Contribution Page, or by going to the Deals tab in the investor portal.

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