Please have a look over our documentation. We are just getting started and moving at a fast pace. Things can change quickly, but we will do our best to ensure the documentation here is up to date. Several sections of the docs are still being developed and subject to change.
Crunchy provides DeFi services and solutions on Tezos to projects, developers, and end users. We like to think of ourselves as a DeFi-as-a-Service (DaaS) platform. Crunchy is maintained by independent developers and is governed by CrDAO holders.
The Crunchy DaaS platform is for the people. We build tools suited for both users and developers. Our goal is for all actions on Crunchy to be determined by our governing body, the CrDAO holders! Voting on things such as fees, tools, usage and the Crunchy Treasury are all important factors to the success of our platform and CrDAO holders steer the boat.
Farms provide the ability for project owners and developers to offer yield farming to users. Yield farming, or liquidity mining, allows users providing liquidity on decentralized Automated Market Maker (AMM) exchanges the opportunity to lock their liquidity tokens and earn a reward token in exchange. Often, but not always, the reward token provides the user with some special benefit, such as voting rights.
Our DEX Aggregate is the one-stop shop for all of your Tezos DeFi trading needs. Our tool brings price and liquidity data from all major DEXs and liquidity pools across Tezos into one place, providing users a singular solution to getting the most optimized swaps on your favorite Tezos tokens!
Deep freezers, or liquidity lockers, allow project owners and developers to lock their liquidity pool (LP) tokens until a specified end date. While locked, the LP tokens cannot be transferred or removed from the liquidity pool. This should be done immediately following the creation of a liquidity pool, and provides users with trust and confidence in a project.
All sections under this banner are are under heavy construction
Pie Slicer can take any NFT a wallet owns and cut it into as many slices as desired. The NFT is sealed away in a vault, and FA2 tokens (slices) representing fractions of the NFT are returned to the wallet. These slices function the same as any standard fungible FA2 token.
Slow cookers are vesting contracts that allow project owners and developers to lock XTZ funds or tokens for specified period of time, and then slowly release (unlock) them on a schedule. A project’s development fund, for example, would want to do this to provide users with additional trust and confidence in a project.
Egg Timers will provide the ability to make and take expiring limit orders which execute against Quipuswap.
Blender recipes can be created which take one or more tokens in specific ratios (according to the recipe) and blend them together into a new FA2 token.
The Crunchy DeFi Wallet is your one-stop shop for tracking your Tezos interactions. You will be able to use our Portfolio too to easily track your DeFi assets across blockchain. Our NFT section will allow you to easily view your NFT stockpile in an easy-to-view inventory listing. Our Farming tab will show you what farms you are actively engaged in and show the data to related to them. Finally, our History tool will allow you to conveniently view you wallet activity.
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