Jax.Network is a blockchain platform that follows the JaxNet protocol. Jax.Network is anchored to the Bitcoin blockchain and issues two coins: JAX and JXN. JAX coins are created on top of Jax.Network shard chains. Their value is always stable, as its based on the cost of 1 unit of computing power. They can be used as a stable payment method for day-to-day transactions. JXN is issued on top of the beacon chain of the Jax.Network blockchain. It has a fixed reward per block and can be used for speculative purposes and as a store of value. Learn more at jax.network.
WJXN is a Layer-2 version of JXN, a utility token of Jax.Network, which allows everyone to get JXN at the lowest price and receive a higher ROI in the future.
WJXN tokens allow everyone to buy JXN coins at the lowest price and get a higher ROI in the future. Our prediction is that once the network gains adopters, its value will increase, thus increasing the value of JXN coins.
For more information regarding the potential returns on your investment watch our video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Oh67wlFvlo
WJXN is backed at a 1:1 rate with the MainNet beacon JXN token. You can swap unlocked WJXN to JXN anytime you want using the bridge.
At the moment, you can get locked WJXN tokens only on the Ethereum network and Binance Smart Chain Network. We will add other networks later.
Please connect a web3 wallet first to see the price and the number of tokens available.
Please ensure that you have enough ETH / BNB to finance the purchase so that you will get the right calculation of fees. As the underlying contract (Unicrypt) throws an error that consumes a lot of gas fees, in case there are insufficient funds.
Yes, you can and it's advisable as the fees are low. Simply choose the Binance Smart Chain as the default network in the locked token purchase page.
The price of WJXN is market-based, meaning the price may go up when there are more buyers, and go down when sellers prevail.
WJXN contract addresses:
Please, ensure that you accept WJXN tokens ONLY from these contract addresses as there’s a chance of malicious users copying these contracts and trying to sell you counterfeit tokens.
The funds raised will be used for R&D, marketing, market making, ecosystem growth funding, and general support of the protocol.
No, only unlocked tokens can be staked.
Every smart contract deployed by Unicrypt is audited by ChainSulting, except the Pancakeswap v1 to v2 LP locker migration which was audited by Certik. Also, it is fully decentralized and even if the UniCrypt team goes out of business, you will still be able to withdraw from your locker.
Feel free to use this guide to withdraw unlocked tokens.