A general overview of Trader Joe’s features and how to use them.
- When you make a token swap on the exchange you will pay a 0.3% trading fee. 0.25% - Paid to liquidity pools in the form of a trading fee for liquidity providers. 0.05% - Sent to sJOE Staking You can find more information here.
- Yes, Trader Joe is fully audited by HashEx and Paladin.
- For further details, you can view the full reports
- There are multiple protocols that provide insurance cover for the Joe Platform.
- One key partner is inSure DeFi, which is a Decentralized Insurance Ecosystem, trusted by thousands of community members to protect their crypto portfolios from scams, exchange closures, and drastic devaluations. inSure DeFi provides insurance solutions for the crypto space to stabilize and secure Crypto & DeFi portfolios.
- There are 2 main risks when interacting with DEX + Lending protocols (NOTE: These are not unique to the Trader Joe platform).
- You can use Trader Joe’s Trading interface to swap your assets for JOE.
- Gas fees are paid in order to make transactions on the blockchain. On Avalanche gas fees are always paid in AVAX.
- Increased slippage may be needed when a trade price differs from the time of request and the time of order. Certain tokens may require 5+% due to their tokenomics (not decided by TJ). For more information visit this link.
- Price impact is the influence an individual trade has over the market price of an underlying asset pair.
- No. Always remember to keep at least 0.1 AVAX in your wallet for gas fees.
- Staking only requires JOE Tokens
- Farming needs JLP Tokens and is subject to potentially higher risks
- This refers to the Yield generated from the JOE Token distributed in a Farm
- This refers to the Yield generated from the Bonus Token distributed in a Farm
- At the bottom of the MM window you will see 'Don’t see your token?'. Select 'Import tokens' and input the contract details.
- In the Trade section of the Trader Joe platform you can either search for white-listed tokens or paste the contract address.
Please note: Mods are not customer service and cannot be held accountable for issues experienced.