★★ How to create a new liquidity pool and import your own asset with a contact address

Token import

  1. Enter a contact address into the search bar.

2. Wait until the token information from the blockchain is uploaded.

3. Press 'Agree and Proceed'.

NB: Please note that community tokens (not displayed on the main STON.fi token list) can be created and added to DEX by anyone, trade them at your own risk.

After you have added your token, it will always be displayed in the token list on the current device with an 'Imported' tag, and other users will see it as 'Community' (provided that the 'Community assets' feature is enabled in settings, or that the token is found by contract address, or the user has it is in his wallet).

Community tokens display

You can also display all tokens added by users.

To do this, in the settings tab, move the 'Community assets' slider to the right.

It is also possible to display Deprecated assets, that were previously on the STON.fi whitelist, but were removed from the interface for some reason.

With Community assets and Deprecated assets enabled, you will always see ALL tokens traded on STON.fi. In this case you will not have to search for any tokens at the contract address.

New liquidity pool creation

  1. Press 'Add liquidity'.

2. Select the tokens you want to create a pool with.

NB: You can create pool-pairs with both newly added and already existing tokens, such as STON/jWBTC.

3. Confirm your action by pressing the 'Accept' button. Please note that fees charged on the next steps will not be refunded.

4.1 Enter the asset ratio, which will determine the starting price in the pool. The relation can be given by any convenient numbers (1/10 = 0.1/1 = 10/100, etc.). Please note that the fee amount, charged from the wallet, is not the amount you enter, but the values indicated as 'min TON' and 'min PEPPA'. These amounts should be in your wallet, and are the minimum to create a liquidity pool!

4.2 Click 'Provide 1 TON' and confirm the transaction in your wallet.

Attention: this fee is required to initialize the pool and will not be returned!

5. Click the 'Transfer TON' button (TON and PEPPA are just examples here, this instruction applies to any tokens) to transfer a small amount of the first asset, then confirm the transaction in your wallet.

Attention: this fee is required to initialize the pool and will not be returned!

6. Click the 'Transfer PEPPA' button (TON and PEPPA are just examples here, this instruction applies to any tokens) to transfer a small amount of the second asset, then confirm the transaction in your wallet.

Attention: this fee is required to initialize the pool and will not be returned!

Voila! Liquidity pool created!

Don’t forget to add liquidity to your pool: the more tokens in the pool, the lower the price impact and, consequently, the better the trading and higher the attractiveness of the token.

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