Pangolin is a decentralized exchange (DEX) which runs on Avalanche, uses the same automated market-making (AMM) model as Uniswap's. Pangolin offers three critically important benefits: fast and cheap trades, community-driven development, and a fair and open token distribution.
Pangolin is a community-driven project. The initial development work was done by Ava Labs. A community-hired team are now the lead developers.
Our 2021 roadmap includes a UX redesign, CEX listings, PNG staking, Governance improvements, and much more.
PNG is the Pangolin governance token. PNG holders can use their tokens to provide liquidity in Pangolin's pools and vote on proposals.
PNG staking is on our 2021 roadmap and coming soon
A list of exchanges supporting PNG can be found here.
There is a 0.3% liquidity provider fee for each swap on Pangolin.
Pangolin currently supports MetaMask and MetaMask compatible devices like Ledger.
Our analytics page has a daily, weekly, and monthly volume chart.
Go to the New PNG page here to see all the PNG-incentivized pools offered in Pangolin along with their current APYs.
No. Pangolin is a fork of Uniswap V2. You can find all our contracts here. Note that your overall position may decrease in value due to impermanent loss. Please do your own research before providing liquidity.
Go to the analytics page here, enter your wallet address and click on "Load Account Details". This will show you how much tokens you'd get if you were to withdraw your liquidity at this specific moment.
If your transaction is stuck, try resetting your Metamask by Clicking the account icon on the top-right corner of MetaMask
→ Select Settings → Select Advanced → Scroll down and click Reset Account.
Please note, resetting your account will not disrupt your funds or wallet address.
If your transaction failed, it's either because you don't have enough slippage or use enough gas. You'll have to increase your allowed slippage to account for the fee taken during the swap. Click on the gear icon for settings and adjust slippage tolerance accordingly.
This is due to the token address changing. When you transfer ERC-20’s across the Avalanche-Ethereum Bridge, the Token contract address changes. Token contract addresses are different on Ethereum and Avalanche despite
being the same represented token.
To import the Avalanche token address of any Avalanche supported ERC-20 follow these steps: