General

What is Charged Particles?

Charged Particles is a protocol that allows users to deposit ERC-20, 721, and 1155 tokens into an NFT. The principal (mass) and accrued interest (charge, if applicable) are both fully programmable.

What is the difference between the Charged Particles Protocol & DApp?

The first DApp live on the Charged Particles Protocol is specifically for CryptoArt & CryptoCollectibles. The DApp showcases a number of features of the protocol in an easy-to-use interface for users. Docs will be released later in 2021 to allow additional DApps leveraging more features available in the Charged Particles Protocol.

What can I do with Charged Particles?

Your NFT is transformed into a basket that is able to hold multiple ERC tokens, even other NFTs. The easiest use case is to create an NFT, and deposit tokens into that NFT. There are a LOT of use cases.

Who is working on Charged Particles?

Check out our Team Page. We have a very wonderful group of community members, If you'd like to contribute to what we’re building, feel free to join the community on Discord.

Is Charged Particles Code Audited?

It is not. Please see our Beta End User Agreement. We we release a number of Bug Bounties after we go live on MainNet.

Does Charged Particles have a token?

The official Charged Particles Governance Token is IONX. For the time being, Charged Particles is only available on Uniswap v2. Please make sure to use due diligence and confirm the official contract addresses before purchasing anything. Do not trust suspicious links sent to you in direct messages. Our team will never DM you first regarding anything to do with the token. Official ETH Contract Address: 0x02d3a27ac3f55d5d91fb0f52759842696a864217 Official Polygon Contract Address: 0x01b317bC5eD573FAa112eF64DD029F407CecB155 Coingecko: https://www.coingecko.com/en/coins/charged-particles