Need to send your tokens to different addresses in batch? The MetaSender Dapp automates the process for you so you can save a massive amount of time and money.
You can send tokens by batch of 400.
Metasender does not yet support native tokens batch transfers.
Connect your wallet, select the assets type and blockchain. Then simply enter the token contract address and the list of the recipient's addresses.
Once the addresses are entered, hit the send button.
Then approved the connection and the transaction via your Metamask interface to start sending your tokens.
The transfer will be completed in 3-5 minutes. We will provide you with the transaction link so you can follow the transfer.
Metasender is the easiest and most secure way to send multiple tokens or NFTs to thousands of addresses.
Our contracts are audited after each update… To guarantee you that the assets you send, will reach without issue the recipients.
More than safety, our contracts are designed to offer you super optimized gas costs. No matter what network you use!
Don’t know if Metasender is the right solution for your needs? Test it. You can airdrop tokens or NFTs to a maximum of 10 addresses for free.
Metasender is totally free to use. Send as many tokens as you want by batch of 400!
Our support is always online to answer all your question. Feel free to reach us at any time on Twitter, Telegram, or directly via chat.
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The Ethereum blockchain is very similar to the bitcoin blockchain, but it’s programmed in a language that allows engineers to write software on it to develop all kinds of applications.
Ethereum can run smart contracts for decentralized applications (DApps) like decentralized finance (DeFi) or non-fungible tokens (NFTs). DApps are smart contracts programmed for a specific and recurring use.
Ethereum is an infrastructure that has the potential to revolutionize both finance and technology. Ethereum-based applications are likely to impact markets, governance, public services, and how identity is managed.
Bitcoin has a limited supply of 21 million coins, which is why it is considered a store of value and investment against inflation. Conversely, Ethereum offers unlimited Ether but caps the amount released each year through the mining process.