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Treasury Lockups

General overview of treasury lockups, their utility and key features.
Treasury lockups are used to time-lock tokens and ensure the tokens unlock on a predefined schedule. This allows a token treasury to build trust with the greater community and reduce risk through programmatic lockups.
Why use treasury lockups?
  1. 1.
    Along with team vesting and investor lockups, treasury lockups ensure tokens unlock on schedule and prevent premature unlocks.
  2. 2.
    Treasury Lockups can be publicly shared with the community, building trust.
Key features of the Treasury Lockups app:
  • Tokens unlock linearly every block
  • Issuer can create custom schedule with any start date (even backdated).
  • Issuer can add a cliff date
  • Lockups can be transferable or non-transferable
  • Issuer can send the lockup to their wallet or another wallet
  • Optimized for custodian solutions with transferability and claim functionality
  • Voting and delegation optimized on Snapshot
  • Sharable dashboard with multiple views
  • Supported networks: Ethereum, Polygon, Avalanche, Harmony, Fantom, Gnosis Chain, Celo, Boba, Arbitrum One, Optimism, EVMOS, Binance Smart Chain, and OkEx Chain (OEC)
  • Supported tokens: Any standard ERC20, that does not include a Burn or Tax per transaction.
  • Audited by Consensys Diligence
  • GitHub code, audit, and technical documentation found here