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Frequently asked questions about IceCreamSwap, ICE token, Swap, Liquidity, Farm, Staking, Bridge, Wallet, and RPC
You don't have any ICE tokens, or they have been provided to the liquidity pool.
The default 0.5% slippage works most times. You may need to increase the slippage if your tokens have buy/sell tax.
Yes, there is a single fee (0.3%). Note that this has nothing to do with slippage.
Liquidity pool (LP) tokens, also known as liquidity provider tokens, are given to users who provide a pair of two tokens as liquidity to our pool. These tokens act as a receipt, allowing you to claim your original tokens and interest earned. If you stake your LP tokens on our farm, you also earn ICE tokens as rewards with high yield. Check the Liquidity page and Farm page for more information.
Providing liquidity to a pool, a.k.a farming or mining, is a long-term investment. Do you know that you earn 5/6 of the trading fees? As we grow, that alone can quickly negate any loss, not mentioning that you get ICE rewards if you stake your liquidity on our farm.
This is completely normal as you are earning trading fees, which are paid in kind and compounded automatically. Those numbers also change as users start trading on the pair.
It is likely that your tokens have buy/sell tax. The preview amount is before-tax, mainly because it is not possible to know the transfer tax beforehand. You buy/sell your token by swapping. It is also a "sell" when adding liquidity to a pool because you trade your two tokens for the liquidity pool (LP) tokens. The same applies when removing liquidity. The after-tax amount is thus smaller.
There are two kinds: BRISE on the Binance Smart Chain (BSC) and native BRISE on the Bitgert chain (BRC). It is highly recommended to buy the BRC BRISE as it has no buy/sell tax.
The bridging fees are used to pay for the gas fees on the target chain (i.e., where you receive tokens) and are going to our treasury where they will be used for tasks like ICE buybacks.
Say you have bridged USDT from Binance Smart Chain (BSC) to Bitgert chain (BRC). Your USDT is no longer on BSC as it has crossed the bridge to the BRC side and becomes USDTi. You need the contract address of USDTi to import it into your wallet using this instruction. This applies to other tokens as well.
The i-Tokens (e.g., USDTi, USDCi, BNBi, DAIi, and DOGEi) are operational on the Bitgert network, which are the IceCreamSwap (hence the 'i' suffix) flavored tokens bridged from non-Bitgert chains. They can be bridged back to their original chains anytime using our bridge. Learn more on the Bridge page.
Bitgert has migrated its bridge to a third-party service provider Multichain. Tokens bridged via Multichain are operational on the Bitgert network, which are displayed with a suffix 'm' (e.g., USDTm) on the IceCreamSwap DEX. You have to use Multichain again to bridge back.
Yes, we are building a universal bridge for NFT tokens.