Trader Joe’s, a decentralized finance (DeFi) protocol built on the Avalanche blockchain, is also a management token that rewards its holders with a share of exchange revenues. Calling itself a “one-stop-shop”, Trader Joe’s differentiates itself by focusing solely on DeFi in an area populated by the likes of Uniswap and Pancakeswap, which focus on features like NFTs and cross-blockchain bridge.
According to CoinGecko data, Trader Joe’s has increased by 5996.7% in 30 days. The crypto asset was traded at $1.67 at the time of writing. With a market cap of $141,638,802, Trader Joe’s circulating supply is 79,066,805.
Trader Joe’s Features
The exchange is an automated market maker that helps users switch between two tokens.
Trader Joe helps users earn JOE tokens by staking liquidity provider (LP) tokens.
Use your JOE tokens to earn more JOE through protocol fees.
Users will be able to borrow tokens from Trader Joe’s to earn returns or increase their trading leverage.
Trader Joe’s roadmap is divided into 3 phases in total. Each stage has been carefully designed to raise the level of innovation to be brought to the industry. The first phase is about minor innovations made to improve an AMM protocol. The second phase is about introducing a feature that will be new to Avalanche. The final phase introduces new features for the DeFi industry as a whole.
Trader Joe’s Roadmap
- A custom designed user interface
- Candlestick charts
- One-click integration with Pangolin
- One-click switch from token to LP token
- Double award farming system
- Token lending/receiving
- Leveraged transactions
- Yield farming optimizations for loan strategies
- Limit orders
- Options and futures
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