Polygon

Polygon Multisender

Send tokens to multiple addresses in one transaction using our fast, convenient and low cost Multisender. Our dapp allows you to transfer any ERC20 and BEP20 tokens or crypto assets to any number of addresses in just one transaction with lowest and fixed cost.

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Token address

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    Decimals

    Addresses with amounts

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    Service fee per address: 0.0001 ETH

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    Network

    ethereumEthereumarrow
    • ethereum
      Ethereum
    • bsc
      Binance Smart Chain
    • base
      Base
    • polygon
      Polygon
    • arbitrum
      Arbitrum
    • optimism
      Optimism
    • linea
      Linea
    • scroll
      Scroll
    • astar
      Astar
    • avalanche
      Avalanche
    • blast
      Blast

    Number of recipients

    0.0001 ETH = 1 address

    Fee: 0.01 ETH + gas fee

    Active chains

    Our goal is to provide extensive support for various chains

    11 supported networks
    BSC
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    FAQ

    What is Bulk Sender?

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    BulkSender or Multisender is a DApp that allows you to send cryptocurrency and ERC-20 tokens to multiple of addresses

    Is it safe to use Bulk Sender?

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    Yes. The service is fully decentralised and built on smart-contracts. You can also try it for free on testnet

    How much does it cost to send tokens or cryptocurrency to batch of addresses?

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    We have fixed service fee: 0.0001 ETH per address or equivalent on another network. You also can try ot for free on testnet.

    Which wallets can I use?

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    Any web3 wallets running on EVM networks, such as Metamask, TrustWallet and others

    What is the maximum number of addresses that can be sent to at the same time?

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    There are no restrictions. You can send unlimited tokens to as many addresses as you want.

    What does "Approve tokens" mean?

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    Because DApps use smartcontracts to execute transactions, you must give permission for the smartcontract to transfer up to a certain amount of your token (called an allowance). The smartcontract will only ever be able to transfer the amount of token you approve. This is done, in part, as a security measure for ERC20 token holders.