General FAQ

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Q1. What is Pangolin Exchange?

Pangolin is a multi-chain decentralized exchange (DEX) and it uses the same automated market-making (AMM) model as Uniswap v2. You can read more about Pangolin Exchange here.

Q2. Who is behind Pangolin Exchange?

Pangolin is a community-driven project. The initial development work was done by AvaLabs. You can learn more about Pangolin DAO here.

Q3. Where can I view Pangolin's roadmap?

You can read more about Pangolin's roadmap here.

Q4. Is Pangolin safe? Are there any risks involved?

Pangolin is a fork of Uniswap V2 with more features built on top of it. Although Pangolin's contracts have been audited by numerous auditors, please keep in mind that there is always smart contract risk in DeFi. (This risk is not unique to Pangolin)


Q1. What are the different Pangolin tokens?

Pangolin employs a subDAO model whereby each chain we go to has their own unique token. The current tokens are:

Token SymbolBlockchainNetwork Type


Avalanche Network



Flare Network



Hedera Network



NEAR Protocol



Songbird Network

Canary Network



Songbird Testnet



Flare Testnet


WAGMI Subnet

Subnet Testnet

Q2. What are the Pangolin tokens used for?

Our tokens are governance tokens. Holders can also stake their tokens or use them to provide liquidity in Pangolin's pools.

Q3. Can I stake my Pangolin tokens?

Yes, you can stake your Pangolin tokens in our single-sided staking products.

Transactions & Gas Fees

Q1. How can I swap a token that doesn't show up on the token list?

You can paste the contract address in the search bar. Keep in mind that anyone can create and name any ERC-20 token, including creating fake versions of existing tokens and tokens that claim to represent projects that do not have a token.


Q1. What fees do I have to pay when trading on Pangolin?

There is a 0.3% liquidity provider fee for each swap on Pangolin along with a gas fee that you pay to the network.

Q2. Which wallets can I use on Pangolin?

Pangolin currently supports MetaMask and compatible devices like Ledger, the Coinbase Wallet, Wallet Connect and more.

Providing Liquidity

Q1. How can I see the pools offered in Pangolin and their APRs?

You can go to the Pool & Farm page by clicking here and see all the incentivized pools offered in Pangolin along with their current APRs. By default you'll only see PNG related Pools & Farms. To see the other Pangolin Tokens (e.g. PSB etc.) you need to switch the network first.

Q2. I’m a liquidity provider. How can I see my deposited liquidity?

Go to the analytics page, 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.

Q3. Am I still earning pool fees if I deposit my LP tokens to a farm?

Yes, even when you farm with your PGL tokens, you'll still be earning pool fees.

Q4. Are there any risks involved in being a liquidity provider on Pangolin?

Yes. It's important to note that your overall position may decrease in value due to impermanent loss so please do your own research before providing liquidity.


Q1. How are the APRs calculated?

The APRs for our farms and staking on SAR are calculated as follows:

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