The Nash Exchange token (NEX) is now available on Ethereum. NEX was originally a NEO-based token, but Nash has created a bridge between the Ethereum and NEO chains so NEX holders can swap their tokens from one chain to the other.
- How does the bridge work?
The bridge burns tokens on one chain while minting them on another, maintaining a constant supply of 50 million NEX. NEX tokens on Ethereum are not “wrapped”. Wrapping involves a custodian holding the original token and Nash is committed to being non-custodial.
- Is NEX on Ethereum also a security token?
Yes, NEX on Ethereum has the same legal status as NEX on NEO.
- Can I stake NEX on Ethereum as well as on NEO?
If you want to stake NEX tokens, you will have to use NEX on the NEO blockchain. There is no Ethereum staking contract yet, but will be in future. If you have NEX on Ethereum, just swap it to the NEO chain and then you can stake.
- Is there a fee for using the bridge?
Network fees are shared between Nash and the user. When swapping NEX from NEO to Ethereum, the user pays the NEO transaction fee (if applicable) and Nash pays the Ethereum fee. When swapping NEX from Ethereum to NEO, the user pays the Ethereum transaction fee and Nash pays the NEO fee.
- Is there a limit on how much I can swap?
There is a minimum swap amount of 500 NEX.
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