We offer a free trial on a per token basis. This means that if you have a token that has never been distributed by our smart contract, then your token will have a free trial by default. This of course does not include native currencies such as ETH, BNB and MATIC. To use the free trial, no special action is required. It will be applied automatically.
Here's how the free trial works.
The trial works by the number of token transfers. Once 100 transfers have been exceeded within a single batch transfer or several, then all subsequent batch transfers will no longer be free. So, for example, let's say you create a batch transfer with 100 recipients, then that batch transfer will be free and you will have used up your free trial. However, you could also create two batch transfers, the first with 50 recipients and the next with 200 or even more and that is permitted. They would both be part of the free trial. Similarly, you could even create a single batch transfer with hundreds of recipients and this would still be part of the free trial.
Why the free trial is applied to tokens and not users.
The reason why the free trial works this way is that it mitigates the potential for misuse of the system. Had the trial been applied to users and not tokens, then one could simply keep generating wallets and never have to pay any service fees. This is also the reason native currencies such as ETH, BNB and MATIC do not qualify for a free trial. Consequently, you may also find as a first-time user that a token you have does not have a free trial. This will typically be the case if you have a popular token that is used by multiple projects such as USDT.
If you have any questions regarding the free trial, please do not hesitate to contact us.