What Is Marginswap? (MFI) Complete Guide Review About Marginswap.

What Is Marginswap? (MFI) Complete Guide Review About Marginswap.

What Is Stakeborgdao?

Marginswap coin is a decentralized trading protocol that natively supports spot and cross margin swapping of assets on AMMs like Uniswap and SushiSwap. Using you can trade a wide variety of tokens, much like you already do on existing protocols, but with leverage.  Margin trading is possible due to Bond lending, i.e., lenders supply crypto assets to the protocol, which traders borrow for their trades.

Marginswap Coin Storage Key Points

Coin BasicInformation
Coin NameMarginswap Coin
Short NameKAWA
Circulating Supply6,786,894.00 MFI
Total Supply999,999,999,999
Source CodeClick Here To View Source Code
ExplorersClick Here To View Explorers
Twitter PageClick Here To Visit Twitter Group
WhitepaperClick Here To View
Official Project WebsiteClick Here To Visit Project Website

Why Choose Margin Swap

Marginswap offers the features of a centralized exchange, aka CEX, on the blockchain. Trade knowing that your funds are under your control.

Cross Liquidity

Marginswap access billions of dollars worth of on-chain liquidity for all your swaps

Best Quotes

Liquidity is sourced from multiple decentralized exchanges (DEXs)

Transparent Transactions

No hidden fees. All transactions are verifiable on-chain

Earn MFi

Earn MFI for using Marginswap and stake it to receive fees generated by the protocol and participate in governance.

Community Governace

Marginswap DAO governance controls all aspects of the protocol.


The smart contracts have been reviewed by professionals and audited by experts in the crypto space.

What can you do on Marginswap

Marginswap coin is the true heart of DeFi, powering the ecosystem with liquidity. It supports trading, lending, and borrowing for hundreds of crypto assets. So…

Start swapping

Swap hundreds of tokens with up to 5x leverage.

Cross Margin Trading

Leverage is not isolated to a single pair. Trade across multiple assets with ease and earn MFI.

Bond lending

Earn interest and MFI continuously by lending cryptocurrencies to the protocol.

Polygon Support and Incentivising lending

Marginswap are looking forward to supporting Polygon, an EVM compatible chain with a lot of liquidity on the chain’s Sushiswap and native exchange Quickswap. Combined, both DEXes command a total of over $2 Billion worth of liquidity. They will be live on Polygon on the 9th of June with margin trading support for $ETH $WBTC $DAI $USDC $MATIC $USDT $WBTC $LINK $AAVE

About a week after deployment on Polygon, $MFI incentives will be activated for lenders of crypto assets.

Staking and v1.0 on Ethereum

They are finally at the point where they can safely move the platform from the Beta to v1.0! So, the 23rd of June will mark v1.0 and the beginning of staking for $MFI holders.

Since the Certik audit and Code423n4 competitive audit, the Marginswap protocol has undergone rigorous testing and usage by beta users and they successfully pushed fixes for issues reported by users.

Permissionless Isolate Margin

Marginswap coin trading is commonly offered in one of two different flavors: isolated or cross margin. They launched with a cross margin system, which means that the health of a margin trader’s portfolio is calculated jointly, such that gains in one asset can balance out potential losses in another

MFI distribution plan and liquidity mining event

The token distribution is designed from the get-go to drive adoption of the protocol. That is why the remaining MFI tokens will be distributed to users and early adopters of Marginswap

The Team

The Marginswap dev team is pleased to announce the hiring of John Jordan as the protocol’s UI and Web3 Development Lead. An advanced on-chain spot and margin trading protocol for crypto assets, allows traders to trade a wide variety of assets with up to 5x leverage. The new addition to the team John Jordan is a Web3 engineer with a wealth of experience in technical leadership positions.

John led the development of a donation app for Mastercard and you can check out the app here. They also worked at Origin Protocol, leading the development of a calendar-based scheduling system that powered various fractional usage listing types for the blockchain-based marketplace.