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About Jupiter

What is Jupiter?

Jupiter is a liquidity aggregator on Solana that connects all decentralized exchange (DEX) marketplaces with AMM pools to provide optimal token prices (regardless of provider) across different decentralized exchanges. Its intelligent routing process also compares price routing through an intermediary token to uncover price inefficiencies and market volatility. jupiter also dynamically splits transactions into multiple smaller transactions to get better prices for larger transactions and uses less liquid tokens across multiple exchanges for trading. Other key Jupiter features include quick automatic shelving of new markets as they launch on Solana, and token exchange in a single transaction that does not exceed the trade limit or result in high slippage. Users simply enter their tokens and transaction amount, and the platform automatically calculates all viable routes for token transactions. In addition, its API allows developers to use liquidity on Solana: this liquidity is provided in a wrapper token to support liquidity exchanges between all tokens, including wrapper versions of other protocol tokens.

Who are the founders of Jupiter?

Jupiter does not provide any information about its founders. However, the exchange lists a number of partner exchanges and AMMs, such as Saber, Raydium, Serum, and Penguin Finance. All told, it has a dozen partners.

When did Jupiter launch?

The aggregator launches in October 2021. Currently, Jupiter has processed over $20 billion in transactions and has made over 140,000 token exchanges in over 4,100 pairs.

Where is Jupiter located?

The exchange did not provide any information about its exact location.

Countries that restrict access to Jupiter

At the time of this writing, there was no information about the countries that restrict access to the exchange.

List of tokens supported by Jupiter

Jupiter aggregates the liquidity of all SPL tokens as well as non-native tokens from other blockchains. With the integration of multiple bridges, the project aims to be a single point of exchange aggregator on the Solana blockchain.

What are Jupiter's fees?

There are no protocol fees on Jupiter. However, the aggregator can charge a platform fee when tokens are exchanged and distribute it to traders.

Can I use leverage or margin trading on Jupiter?

Because Jupiter is a liquidity aggregator and not an exchange for futures or spot trading, it does not offer any margin or leverage trading services.