After creating your Set you are going to want to navigate to its dedicated page on TokenSets. You can do this via searching the address, name or symbol in the search bar at the top of the page and selecting your Set in the resulting list. Alternatively, you can use this URL pattern to bookmark and navigate directly to the page:
For all the examples below, we will be managing the $CKI Set, which the contract address is 0x68ab9f9ba8E490D9Dc191f7A90540b5EDCcC92D6. Using the provided TokenSets URL format the direct Set page link is:
The Managers portal on TokenSets is one way a Set Manager can interface with their deployed Set, allowing them to execute their strategy via trading amongst other features. When you first visit the Managers page you will need to enable the available modules to you such as Issuance, Fees and Trade. The UI will prompt you to do this and a low gas Ethereum transaction is associated with each one.
In this guide, we will describe each module to best prepare you as a manager to run your Set.
The Issuance module, once enabled, will enable the Manager and Investor to be able to Buy, Sell, Issue & Redeem your Set, making this an important, core module in the contract. For more information regarding the process behind these actions, please take a look at the Buy & Sell Sets and Issue & Redeem Sets pages in the Investor documentation.
As a Manager, you can invoke a streaming fee within your Set as a method of monetizing your product to investors. The Fees module once enabled is what enables you as a Manager to adjust the monetisation model of your Set going forward and also collect accrued fees from your Set Investors at any point in time.
The streaming fees are fees that are paid out to Set managers over time based on the entire market cap of the Set (e.g. 2% of market cap over 1 year). This incentivizes managers to increase the value of their Sets over time for their users.
The streaming fee is calculated linearly over the lifespan of the Set. For example, if a Set has a 2% streaming fee and 6 months has passed, 1% of streaming fees would have been collected.
This section is covered under Set Trading