In this article we are going to try to break down how our pools work, so that users are informed and elaborate their own economic planning on the
JamonSwap platform.

First, we must distinguish between pools and bonds, since they are two different ways of obtaining interesting returns.


On an annual basis, liquidity bonds are made available to the user, as they are deflationary, we regulate the issue and reduce it to only 50 million per year.

The bonds are taken out on an annual basis and in certain pairs that the DEX with the vote of the DAO stipulates. 50 million hams are distributed to the different pairs that this liquidity is needed, in exchange the user receives monthly the equivalent number of hams that correspond to him.

Let’s give an example, suppose we want to encourage it for Ham / Matic and propose an x1.9.

What does this mean?

That the dex will deliver one x1.9 of the amount of dollars contributed to the DEX, based on the price of ham at the time of making the contribution. This liquidity becomes the property of the DEX (DAO), so the user will not be able to withdraw this liquidity but in return receives a high return on the native token.


In Jamonswap we have the following staking pools:

  • JAMON- By putting JAMON in this pool in return you receive an APR in JSTLP, the APY depends on the amount of Ham in the pool and the issuance of said JSTLP.
  • JSTLP- By Staking the JSTLP users receive the proportional share of the token movement commissions. Ham has a fee of 0.1% and Jshare, has a fee of 0.5%, these fees are used to distribute among users who are in JSTLP stake, in addition to distributing 25% of all Ham burns.
  • J-Share- This must return the fees of the swaps to the users who block the j-share. This is the DEX governance token, which is used for voting.
  • ATR- This token is that of the Acorn casino, it is a decentralized blockchain casino, which distributes benefits among users who play on its platform. This casino is a company outside Jamonswap but linked by a collaboration agreement between both parties. They use Ham on their platform for users to play, in return they burn 40% of the profit hams and distribute a part among the users in ATR stake.

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