Pools are autonomous accounts that execute a set of programmed instructions. Pools are generic wrappers for assets to enable decentralized functionalities such as auctions, launches, lending, locks, loots, lotteries, royalties, staking, swaps, and votes. Pools can hold tokens, make transfers, and create claims based on their underlying and specified program chosen at pool creation. A user creates a pool for a particular token while specifying the desired pool program. This program can be specified as auction (creating an NFT auction), launch (launch-pads for new tokens), lending (allowing others to borrow tokens against XETA collateral), locks (locking/vesting tokens), loot (randomized token drops), lottery (token lotteries), royalty (rewards for NFTs), swap (decentralized exchange), vote (voting/betting mechanisms) or any custom program as written in Xeta’s Turing-incomplete programming language. During pool creation, the user might configure the pool using predefined parameters and modify how program instructions are executed (for example, by specifying a minAmount, the pool might only accept transfers with a certain amount).