What is Token lockup

Token lockups, sometimes called vesting periods, are the intervals of time where tokens, including those owned by project team members and early investors, cannot be sold off.


This required condition is used to protect the token value from dropping following an Initial Coin Offering.


Token lockups could represent an assurance to early investors who partake in a token sale, indicating the level of commitment of the project team members.

Token lockup

Token lockups are the intervals of time where tokens cannot be sold off.

Related terms

Transaction id (TXID) Token Transactions per second (TPS) Trustless Token sale Total supply

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