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Stellar Tokens Made Easier


Welcome to Stellarmint.io

Stellarmint makes creating tokens on the Stellar network even easier. You define the attributes of your token and we’ll issue that token directly to your Stellar wallet. No need to worry about the technicals of a Stellar.toml file, we’ll take care of those and let you customize it directly from your Stellarmint interface.

IMPORTANT:  Stellarmint is in no way affiliated with the Stellar Development Foundation, nor does Stellarmint control the tokens it helps people issue.  Stellarmint simply hosts the token metadata for users of the open and inclusive Stellar network.  Please do your due diligence before interacting with any tokens issued on the Stellar network.

How it works

Create a Stellar network token the really easy way.

  • Open a token account for $20/year

  • Name your token and define its attributes

  • Establish how many tokens you want to issue

  • Issue more tokens later or lock the supply forever

  • Provide the information you want in the Stellar.toml file

  • Upload your token’s logo (we’ll host that too)
  • The Stellar.toml file will be hosted at [name you choose].xmint.io

  • An active Stellarmint token account can modify the Stellar.toml file anytime

  • Tell us where to send your tokens (we’ll send 3 XLM)

  • Open a trustline with your new token (we’ll show you how)

  • Receive your newly minted tokens

  • Issuing account key transferred to you or destroyed forever

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Frequently Asked Questions

The conditions of a token I have aren’t being met!2022-05-27T00:41:09+00:00

It’s important to know that the condition of a token are set by the token issuer and not by Stellarmint.  Anyone can create a token on the Stellar network and can type in anything they want for the conditions of the token.  If you feel the conditions of the token are not being met, reach out to the token issuer to see if they can help resolve the issue.  If no organizational information was provided by the token issuer, or if the information provided isn’t accurate, then try connecting with the person that issued the token in the forum you used to find the token in the first place.

As always, please do your due diligence before interacting with any blockchain token – Stellar or otherwise.  A critical component of doing your due diligence is verifying that you can get in contact with the person or team behind the token.  If the token issuer is anonymous, then we recommend not interacting with the token.

Should I treat these tokens as an investment?2022-05-17T14:30:11+00:00

Always assume no.  Generally, no blockchain token – Stellar or otherwise – should be considered an investment until you’ve done all your due diligence and verified that the team/community behind the token is real and worthy of your money.  Unless your due diligence determines otherwise, most blockchain tokens issued by unregistered businesses and individuals should be considered “meme” tokens for purposes of fun and entertainment only.

Remember, if a token with metadata hosted by Stellarmint is claiming to be backed by a traditional asset or other blockchain token, then it should be considered fake and in violation of Stellarmint’s Terms of Service.  Also, if no accurate “organizational information” was provided by the token issuer, then the token is either a meme token (a meme token has no purpose other than entertainment) or the token issuer is planning to fool or “rug” people that buy the token.

Stellarmint cannot stress this enough – please be careful before interacting with any blockchain token and do your due diligence.  Open, inclusive, and decentralized networks are wonderful in many ways, but are also an area where bad actors and scammers try to take advantage of people.

Should I use Stellarmint if I want to anchor my token to a commodity or currency?2022-05-25T22:01:46+00:00

No.  In fact, using Stellarmint to issue an anchored asset is against our Terms of Service.  Stellarmint is designed for simpler token use cases, such as utility, reward, collectable, and loyalty tokens.

If a token with metadata hosted by Stellarmint is claiming to be backed by an asset, then you should stay away from it as it is most likely fraudulent.  Also, please contact us if you see such conditions on a token we helped someone issue.  We remove all accounts that we determine are in violation of our Terms of Service.

Can Stellarmint issue a token under my web domain address?2021-03-19T17:54:40+00:00

Unfortunately, no.  The home domain on a Stellar account must point to the server where the Stellar TOML is stored.  Because Stellarmint is hosting the Stellar TOML file on our servers, the home domain must point to a subdomain of Stellarmint.

That said, if you leave your Issuing Account unlocked, you can later find a web hosting service that makes it possible to host your token’s Stellar TOML file.  At that point, you can change the home domain name on the Issuing Account to be your home domain where the TOML file is stored.

It’s also important to know, if you choose to lock the Issuing Account, the home domain of your token will forever be linked to Stellarmint.io

How long until I receive my token?2021-03-14T16:11:20+00:00

It typically takes about 2 to 4 business days from the time you complete your token profile to the time your tokens are in your Stellar wallet.  This is because a human, not a computer, verifies that everything is correct.

The verification process often requires several back-and-forth emails from us to you to make sure we have all the correct information.  Naturally, this back-and-forth email communication can slow things down.  But, we believe the extra verification time is worthwhile because the final step is often irreversible.

Will my token be listed on exchanges?2021-03-14T16:10:46+00:00

Your token will be searchable on the Stellar network’s Decentralized Exchange (DEX).  However, some interfaces to the Stellar DEX, like StellarX, do not show all tokens listed on the Stellar DEX.

To be listed on StellarX you must make a request and be approved.  StellarX listing requirements and request form can be found here.

Why is my token listed as “unknown” on Stellarport.io?2021-03-14T16:13:04+00:00

Unlike some interfaces to the Stellar network’s Decentralized Exchange (DEX), Stellarport does not filter tokens and makes all tokens listed on the Stellar DEX viewable.  However, to assist users in finding higher quality tokens, Stellarport includes a “known”, “unknown” and “reported” identifier system.  Unknown is Stellarport’s default identifier.

You can start Stellarport’s process to change your token’s identifier from unknown to known here.  Success is not guaranteed and Stellarport charges a fee to start the research process.

Why isn’t my Stellar TOML file updating?2021-03-16T00:11:34+00:00

Please contact us if you updated your token profile and your Stellar TOML file does not automatically update within a few business days.

Is Stellarmint a custodial service?2021-03-14T16:09:43+00:00

Stellarmint is not a custodial service.  After initially issuing your token in the amount you specify, we will no longer be able to issue more tokens or make any other changes to your Issuing Account.  This is because we either:

  1. Destroy the Issuing Account key if you opt to lock your token’s Issuing Account, or
  2. Transfer the control of the Issuing Account to your receiving wallet if you opt to leave the Issuing Account unlocked.

If you lock the Issuing Account, no one, not even you, will be able to issue more tokens or make changes to the token’s Issuing Account.  If you leave the Issuing Account unlocked, only you will be able to issue more tokens with the key associated with your receiving wallet (the Stellar wallet where we send your initially issued tokens).

Does Stellarmint control the tokens it helps issue?2021-03-19T17:54:46+00:00

No.  Stellarmint does not control the tokens it helps people and entities issue.  The conditions of each token and the fulfillment of those conditions are determined by the person or entity that used Stellarmint to host the token’s Stellar TOML file.  Please be careful and do your due diligence before interacting with any tokens issued on the Stellar network.

How do I establish a trustline with my token?2021-03-19T14:11:59+00:00

Your token can be found on most Stellar wallets by searching for the token code or searching with the token’s Stellarmint subdomain ([name you choose].stellarmint.io).

  • In a Keybase.io wallet
    • navigate to your wallet’s settings
    • select “manage trustlines”
    • search using the token’s code
  • In a Lobstr.co wallet
    • navigate to “assets”
    • select “add asset”
    • search using the token’s Stellarmint subdomain?”[name you choose].stellarmint.io”
  • In a Litemint.io wallet
    • navigate to “assets”
    • select the “+” sign
    • search using the token’s Stellarmint subdomain “[name you choose].stellarmint.io”
  • In a Solarwallet.io wallet
    • navigate to “Assets & Balances”
    • select “+ Add Asset To Your Account”
    • select “+ Add Custom Asset”
    • input the token code as well as the Issuing Account address.

If accepting your token’s trustline through the Stellar Laboratory:

  1. Select “public” at the top of the page to build a public transaction
  2. Select “Build Transaction” in the navigation menu.
  3. Enter your Stellar wallet address in the “Source Account” field.
  4. Select the “Fetch next sequence number for account starting” button to automatically populate the Transaction Sequence Number.
  5. Select “Change Trust” from the “Operation Type” drop down menu.
  6. Select “Alphanumeric 4” if your token code is 4 or less characters long or select “Alphanumeric 12” if your token code is 5 to 12 characters long.
  7. Enter the token code in the “Asset Code” field.
  8. Input the Issuing Account address in the “Issuer Account ID” field.
  9. Select “Sign in Transaction Signer” and sign the transaction.  A Ledger wallet can be used to sign by selecting “Sign with BIP Path”.

A Guide to Trustlines.

Tutorial on how to scan a QR Trustline code with Lobstr mobile wallet.

How do I issue more Stellar tokens?2021-07-19T04:00:29+00:00

Use this guide for how to issue more tokens from your Stellar account.

How do I lock my token’s Issuing Account?2021-07-19T04:00:21+00:00

See this guide for how to lock an unlocked Stellar Issuing Account.

Come join the
Stellar network.

Stellar is an open network for storing and moving money plus any other form of value. Stellar makes it possible to create, send, and trade digital representations of all forms of money: dollars, pesos, bitcoin, pretty much anything. It’s designed so all the world’s financial systems can work together on a single network.

Read more about the Stellar Development Foundation and the Stellar network.

Have more questions?

Ask away! We look forward to seeing your token on the open and inclusive Stellar network.

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