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General FAQ

Emergency Withdraws

What does this mean for holders?
If something were to happen to the DojoFam front-end such as a DDOS attack or a temporary outage, holders can still withdraw their liquidity via direct interaction with the smart contract. Call the emergency_withdraw function with the Pool / Farm ID found below to remove your liquidity. A table with the list of farms and pool IDs will be added here after launch.

Who is the team behind DojoFarm

DojoFarm is a community-owned project created and developed by a group of passionate developers. All of the code is open-sourced and available on Github for contributions. The core aspect and development of Friction Finance was complete at launch and is now up to the community to help expand the project.

Was there any pre-sale / ICO?

No. DojoFarm had no pre-sale or ICO and raised no outside capital in any form. The initial liquidity was provided on a decentralized AMM for anyone to purchase.

How can I trust Dojo Farm?

We have no migrator code. We have Timelock. You should examine contracts and github.

What is the difference between staking and farming?

STAKING: In order to stake your $DOJO you don't need anything else than... well... $DOJO.
FARMING: In order to farm you need to provide liquidity to one of the pools on the farming page and then stake your LP tokens.
Both have their own advantages and disadvantages. Which one to choose is up to your financial strategy.

How do I connect my wallet to DojoFarm?

In order to connect your wallet, you have to click on the "Unlock Wallet" button on the top-right corner of the page. After that, look for the wallet you want to connect to DojoFarm and click "connect". Approve the connection and you're good to go.

When will you open more factories?

There will always be an announcement before the launch of new factories. Join the announcements Telegram group to be the first that finds out.
Announcements Group: https://t.me/DojoFarmAnn

What is the max supply of DOJO?

$DOJO does not have a max. supply at the time of writing.
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