CookieSale 3.0

Manage a Tiered Presale

A guide on how to manage your Tiered Presale
For information on adding wallet addresses to be whitelisted, visit the Whitelist Setup page.

Advance to Next Tier

You have the option to advance to the next tier at any point before the timer runs out. Once the timer runs out, it will advance automatically. To advance to the next tier, simply select the Owners tab to open up the Owner Zone. Then select "Advance to Next Tier" and confirm the transaction on Metamask.
The final Tier cannot be advanced like the previous. You would need to let the timer run out for the presale to end, or, you would select "Finalize Pool" upon hitting at least your soft cap and launch your token.
Your Metamask will prompt you to confirm the transaction and you'll receive a notification upon successfully advancing to the next tier

Difference Between Fill Bars

There are two sections you can toggle between in "Total Progress" and "Tiers". The fill bar in the Total Progress section will show the percentage filled of the entire Hardcap. The fill bars in the Tiers section will show the percentage filled for each individual tier.
Note that the timer for the current Tier is available under the Tiers tab where the timer for the Sale in its entiriety is always visible under both sections.

Allocation Spill Over

If any tier before the final tier does not fill, the remaining allocated amount will be added to the final tier. In other words, your presale can still fill in its entirety if enough investors contribute in the final tier.
Example: You create a Tiered Presale with a soft and hard cap of 0.1 and 0.2 BNB. Tier 1 has an allocated amount of 0.05 BNB, Tier 2 has an allocated amount of 0.05 BNB, and the final Tier as the remaining 0.1. In this example, Tier 1 received 0 contributions, but Tier 2 filled in its entirety. This resulted in the final tier have a new cap of 0.15 BNB instead of the original 0.1. It filled which results in the Tier 3 fill bar showing 150%, but the general presale has 100% (0.2 BNB).