Having been inspired by an idealistic desire to attempt a way forward amidst ongoing diplomatic crises, I hired a team to help me create a mega-infrastructure ICO project at Beringia.io - but I suppose that's besides the point. My questions stem from the fact that, in learning how to interact with this smart contract, I've encountered some curiosities:
a) What happens if someone sends ETH to our contract address without ever submitting the purchase details we ask of buyers at Beringia.io – will they still receive BER, or what happens? (the contract address is displayed after the person fills in the information in the screenshot below, and then clicks "buy BER tokens") and b) WHY does this occur?
a) What happens if someone DOES register an account at Beringia.io and submits an order but they wait a long time to actually send ETH to the contact address? Is there any time limitation for completing this process? and b) What if the amount of ETH is different from what they said on our ICO site, they never send the ETH, or the valuation of ETH massively changes in the interim?
And can only the creator of a coin create contracts? I recently learned to create tokens on my own (albeit via Metamask & Token Factory) to help a friend, and sent her 99.99% of the tokens. If she wished to launch an ICO or create a smart contract for some other purpose, would she need access to the original wallet which germinated the smart contact creating the coin, or can any owner create smart contracts with the coin?
Thank you all!