The Quadency Token (QUAD) is now available to the public on the Quadency DEX powered by SushiSwap. This is a very simple and quick process. Follow the steps below to get QUAD.


Before you start:

  • You’ll need a Web3 (browser) wallet like MetaMask.

  • Set your wallet to the correct blockchain network: QUAD is currently only on the Ethereum blockchain.

  • Load the wallet with the assets you want to swap out, and some ETH, for example, for network costs (“ gas fees”).


Step-by-step guide

You can buy QUAD using either ETH or USDC.

Using Quadency DEX

  1. Launch the Quadency DEX

  2. Connect your wallet (doublecheck you have enough crypto to cover gas fees)

  3. Select the token you want to swap from (USDC or ETH) and enter the desired amount or click “Max”

  4. Select QUAD

  5. Doublecheck transaction details

  6. Click on “Swap”

    1. Please Note: You might be requested to validate the transaction via your web3 wallet.

  7. The transaction generally executes in minutes and the swapped asset will appear directly in your wallet. If it doesn't appear, follow the steps indicated here.

Using Sushi

  1. Launch Sushi

  2. Connect your wallet (doublecheck you have enough crypto to cover gas fees)

  3. Select the token you want to swap from (USDC or ETH) and enter the desired amount or click “Max”

  4. Click on the second asset

    1. At first, QUAD will not be available, so you need to add the QUAD to Sushi. To do so, copy the QUAD contract address available in this article.

    2. Paste the QUAD contract address in the search field.

    3. QUAD will appear to be selected, select it.

  5. Doublecheck transaction details

  6. Click on “Swap”

    1. Please Note: You might be requested to validate the transaction via your web3 wallet.

  7. The transaction generally executes in minutes and the swapped asset will appear directly in your wallet. If it doesn't appear, follow the steps indicated here.


Disclaimer: Quadency DEX is a fork of the open-source SushiSwap interface. It offers simplified access to the same smart contracts available via Sushi.com. As such and as with any other decentralized exchange, your assets remain in your custody. Quadency does not have access to funds in your self-custodial wallet (MetaMask etc) and is not responsible for the loss of funds held in those wallets.

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