TokenUnlocks is a Data Analytics dashboard platform for both on-chain and off-chain data, enabling users to monitor vested tokens and notify them of upcoming unlock events.
We extract the price from Coingecko's API.
The circulating supply is from Coingecko. It is based on the supply that is liquid. For the unlocked supply, it is the number of tokens that are unlocked - which are claimed or not claimed. For example, if 100 $XYZ are unlocked, and the owner has not claimed, it will not be added to the circulating supply.
When TokenUnlocks happen, benefitciary can finally claim their tokens after a certain amount of time. But this doesn't always mean the token price will move. The price is influenced by things like how many people want to buy or sell the tokens, and how they feel about the market in general. So the price might stay the same even after TokenUnlocks, but more tokens being claimed could eventually put pressure on the price.
The yellow icon means that the token vesting data are based on the protocol's whitepaper. For the green icon, it means that the token vesting data are based on the on-chain investigation.
- Cliff Unlocks - In a cliff unlock schedule, tokens remain locked until a specific event or date is reached. Once the predetermined condition is met, all tokens are released simultaneously.
- Linear Unlocks - In a linear unlock schedule, tokens are gradually released at a consistent, predetermined rate over a set period. For example, if 30% of tokens are scheduled to be unlocked within a month, approximately 1% of tokens would be released daily. In some cases, tokens can be released every x% per transaction or block when vested in a smart contract.
- Token Emission - Token emission refers to the process of introducing new or vested tokens into the circulating supply.
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