Jump DeFi


Users that add their tokens to a Liquidity Pool will receive JLP tokens and a share of trading fees
Liquidity is required to sustain a decentralized trading environment. Fees and platform incentives are rewarded to users for providing their tokens as liquidity. When a user deposits liquidity on the Jump DEX, they receive JLP (Jump LP) tokens.
Adding liquidity allows users to earn 66.67% of all swapping fees from the liquidity pairs they are contributing to. Fees are added to the pool, accrue in real-time, and are claimed when liquidity is withdrawn. Users can earn even more rewards by depositing their liquidity pool (JLP) tokens into Farms!

When a LP creates a new pool, the minimum pool fee is 0.30%.

Liquidity Providers receive 66.67% of all swap fees

Adding Liquidity to Existing Pool

To add liquidity to an existing pool, users must deposit a pair of tokens in a 1:1 ratio. This means an equal amount of each token are deposited.

Adding Liquidity to a New Pool

If no liquidity pool exists for a pair of tokens, users can create it! As the first liquidity provider, the user sets the initial exchange ratio (price) if one of the tokens in the pair does not exist yet on the Jump DEX.
Combined with the Jump Token Laboratory, project teams can create their own token and then immediately setup a liquidity pool to make it a tradable asset.

Removing Liquidity

How to Remove Liquidity Coming Soon!


Providing liquidity on a DEX does carry risk in the form of impermanent loss and smart contract risk.

Impermanent Loss

Impermanent Loss (IL) is not as scary or as complicated as it sounds. However, it is something that all liquidity providers must be aware of and understand. Check out this video by Whiteboard Crypto for a detailed breakdown on impermanent loss. Also, feel free to use this impermanent loss calculator by dailydefi.org to backtest possible IL impacts.
"Simply put, impermanent loss is the difference between holding tokens in an AMM and holding them in your wallet. It occurs when the price of tokens inside an AMM diverge in any direction. The more divergence, the greater the impermanent loss." - Beginner’s Guide to (Getting Rekt by) Impermanent Loss, Nate Hindman, 2020

Smart Contract Risk

Smart contract risk is defined as flaws or exploits within smart contract code. Jump DeFi has mitigated smart contract risk by ensuring all code is audited by a reputable third party firm. Additionally, all Jump DeFi smart contract code is open source and users are incentivized to report any bugs via the Bug Bounty Program.