How To Work?

Install MetaMask

You need to install MetaMask and have enough crypto to pay for the Smart Contract creation.

Add Token Detail

Enter basic details about your token such as the Token Name and the Symbol

Deploy Token

Simply confirm the transaction with MetaMask, and your token will be live in a few minutes!

BEP20: The standard used for tokens on the Binance Smart Chain (BSC) network.
The abbreviation BEP stands for "Binance Smart Chain Evolution Proposal".
Tokens on the Binance Smart Chain Network have the BEP2 or BEP20 standard.

ERC20; It is the general definition of the standards applied for the tokens existing on the Ethereum platform to become functional.
ERC; It stands for “Ethereum Request For Comments”, 20 is the ID number that customizes it.

Token; is the unit value in an existing blockchain.
Tokens do not have their own blockchain, they are dependent on the blockchain of an existing cryptocurrency.
Since tokens have a unit value, this value can be traded.
Value, coins, points, certificates, in-game items, etc. may be in shape.

Binance Smart Chain, known as BSC for short; It is a blockchain that works in harmony with the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM).
Thanks to this compatibility, it can support Ethereum-based applications.
Binance Smart Chain network, which came to life in September 2020; It works with the Proof-of-Staked Authority (PoSA) algorithm.

Binance Smart Chain Web Site: https://docs.binance.org/

How to Use BscScan?

BscScan is the blockchain scanner of Binance Smart Chain.
BscScan is used to view transactions on the blockchain.
What functions does have, which works pretty much the same as other blockchain scanners?
You can navigate through the top menus on the platform or use the search engine bar.
This way, you can easily search for transactions, smart contracts, and wallet addresses.
By using the platform in question, you can learn about the BSC ecosystem in a very transparent way.

Bscscan Web Site: https://bscscan.com/

Gas Fee: The name given to the transaction fee paid to miners.

Take Ethereum as an example; When a user transfers funds on the Ethereum network, the transaction can only be completed after the miner has packaged the transaction and put it on the blockchain.
In this process, the computing resources of the blockchain will be consumed.
So the user has to pay a certain fee to the miner.

Different mainnets use different tokens for payment: for example, the Ethereum network uses ETH, while the OEC uses OCT.
Regarding the Gas Fee calculation formula: Gas Fee = Gas Price * Gas ​​Limit

Gwei: Gas unit price.
Gas price is usually expressed in Gwei, 1 Gwei = 0.000000001 ETH.

Gas Price: Expresses the amount of Gwei.

It affects the user's processing speed. Setting the Gas Price high will encourage miners to pack; Conversely, if the Gas Price is set low, it will take longer to wait.

Gas Limit: The maximum gas consumption amount determined before each transaction or contract call.
If the amount of gas used for this process is less than or equal to the gas limit set by the user, the transaction is performed.
However, if the total gas consumption exceeds the Gas Limit, the transaction will fail, but the fee will still be charged.

⛽ Binance Smart Chain Gas Tracker: https://bscscan.com/gastracker

⛽ Ethereum Gas Tracker: https://etherscan.io/gastracker

⛽ Polygon Gas Tracker: https://polygonscan.com/gastracker

⛽ Avalanche C-Chain Gas Tracker: https://snowtrace.io/gastracker

After confirming your Token Creation, your token is sent to the blockchain network you have chosen.
This process may take time depending on the state of the blockchain network, you should wait before closing the window.
When the transaction is finished, we will present you the Transaction Details page and you can find all the information about your token there.

Once your token is created on the blockchain network, the original owner of the entire supply will be your wallet address confirming the contract.

The entire supply of your new token that you have prepared with PushCoin is automatically sent to your wallet where you make transactions.

On the page where you enter the details while creating your token, you must select the phrases "Mintable" and "Burnable".
Once these features are selected, you need to go to the Scan address of your Blockchain network and open your token's detail page.
You must link your token holder wallet by going to the Contract/Write tab.
You need to use "mint" functions to mint and "burn" functions to burn.

Note: Keep in mind that your tokens contain several decimal places (usually 18), so you should use the integer with decimal places.
1000000000000000000 = 1 Your Token
Formula for 100 Tokens: 100 * 1000000000000000000 = 10000000000000000000000

You can call the minting or burning function by determining the amount according to the above formula.

When you create a new ERC20 or BEP20 token, PushCoin mediates between you and the blockchain network.
To confirm your token's contract and accept ownership, you need to connect your MetaMask wallet and confirm transactions.