What are the different deal stages in the launchpad?

The workings of the IXS Launchpad can be divided into two crucial stages - the Interest Phase and the Deal Launch Phase.

Register for Interest Phase:

The first phase begins when the owner of a deal, referred to as the "issuer," contemplates initiating a campaign on the Launchpad to raise desired capital. The issuer puts forth an initial presentation of the deal on the "Register for Interest" page of the IX Swap website. Prospective investors explore this page, examine the deals, and indicate their interest in potential investments by registering their interest in specific deals.

The registration process requires inputting their full name, email address, digital wallet address (for potential transactions if the deal launches on the Launchpad), and the potential investment amount. Once the issuer gauges a satisfactory level of interest in the deal, they proceed to launch it on the IXS Launchpad.

Deal Launch Phase:

Upon the launch of a deal on the IXS Launchpad, it navigates through several stages - Register to Invest, Pre-Sale, Public Sale, Closed, and Token Claim stages.

Register to Invest:

This optional stage is designed for those interested in the upcoming Pre-Sale phase. Prospective investors can register their intention to participate and provide an estimated investment amount. This registration phase concludes at a predetermined closing date.


This optional phase commences when the "register to invest" phase concludes. Registered investors now have the opportunity to invest on a first-come, first-served basis. This phase culminates when the Pre-Sale goal is reached, or the closing date arrives.

Public Sale:

This stage is open to all registered users on the platform who meet the eligibility requirements based on their account type. This stage concludes when the total funding goal is reached or the predetermined closing date is met.


Post Public Sale, the deal enters this stage. Any further investment into the deal necessitates a direct Over the Counter transaction with the issuer.

Token Claim:

This final stage allows investors to claim their tokens, symbolizing their investment, or their initial investment amount. If the deal is successfully funded (i.e., it has surpassed the "Soft Cap"), investors can claim their deal tokens, which are then transferred to their digital wallets. Conversely, if the deal doesn't reach the "Soft Cap," the deal is deemed unsuccessful, and investors can claim a refund of their initial investment amount in USDT, which is transferred back to their digital wallets.

Every deal may feature a Pre-Sale phase where the total investment target is split into two parts – one for the Pre-Sale and the remaining for the Public Sale. For instance, for a target of $10,000,000, the issuer may opt to raise $2,000,000 in Pre-Sale and the remaining $8,000,000 in Public Sale.

Furthermore, the issuer sets the maximum and minimum investment limits for both the Pre-Sale and Public Sale stages. These limits can vary between stages. For example, the range for pre-sale could be between $1,000 and $5,000, while for public sale, it could range from $500 to $50,000. Investors can achieve their maximum investment limit during both the Pre-Sale and Public Sale stages.

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