Manage your locks
Learn how to manage your locks.
πŸ§™β€β™‚οΈ Tips: Connect your wallet to the dApp before you start following this guide.
First, go to the locks home page. If you have correctly connected your wallet and you have already created a lock or are a recipient of a lock, you should see the list of your locks appear under the heading "Your Token Locks":
List of your locks
In the previous example of creating a lock, we created a lock in which we are also a recipient. So we now have in our list of locks, two lines:
    1.
    A line for the lock that we previously created as the lock creator (Initiator).
    2.
    A second line for this same lock but as recipient (Recipient).
For each of these lines, we will be able to perform specific actions according to their roles by pressing the "control" icon on the far right:
Click on the icon at the far right of the table

Initiators 🟦

As the creator of a lock you have the possibility to perform various actions:

Revoke Lock

If you checked the option "Would you like this lock to be revocable?" when creating your lock, you can revoke it at any time.
Revoke Token Lock

Pull Refund

If you have revoked a lock and have been given a refund, you can claim it at any time.
Pull Refund

Recipients πŸŸͺ

As a recipient of a lock you have the possibility to perform various actions:

Claim Tokens

If you are recipient of a one-time unlocking lock (on a specific date) you will be able to recover the full amount of tokens that have been allocated to you on that same date. If you are the recipient of a linear unlocking lock (over a period), you can claim your tokens every day from the start date.
Claim Tokens

Pull Refund

If a lock you were a beneficiary of has been revoked by its creator and you have been given a refund, you can claim it at any time.
Pull Refund

Misc 🧰

Details of a lock

You can view the details of a lock at any time by clicking on its identifier with the "extend" icon.
Token Lock Details
You now know how to manage your locks, it is now time to share them with your community or your investors:
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