AXL is a chain-agnostic token, meaning it can be represented on various chains. The ERC-20-compatible version of AXL, used on EVM chains, is called wAXL. This tutorial shows how to convert
With AXL token release schedules beginning today, the Axelar network reaches a new level of decentralization, and establishes itself as the most secure and richly featured cross-chain network available.
This AXL token FAQ covers tokenholders who acquired the AXL token via various paths, including the community sale conducted via CoinList in March.
This post explains, briefly, how the AXL token is represented as an ERC-20 compatible token on Ethereum-Virtual-Machine (EVM) chains.
Axelar network uses battle-tested proof-of-stake consensus. Tokenholders stake the AXL token, delegating tokens to a validator’s staking pool and receiving rewards, minus the validator’s commission.
The AXL token trades on some exchanges in an ERC-20 version. Before staking, ERC-20 AXL must be converted into native AXL. Axelar makes this simple. Here's how to do it.
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Step-by-step on staking the AXL token to contribute to the security of cross-chain communication on the Axelar network.
This guide will help you to connect the Cosmos app on your Ledger device to the Keplr Wallet, which allows you to send and receive transactions and Axelar tokens.
Some exchanges support an ERC-20 version of the AXL token, which can be easily converted into versions compatible with many other chains.
This step-by-step tutorial is a how-to on liquidity providing (LPing) using the AXL token on Axelar network.
Cosmostation supports Axelar, allowing you to send, receive, store and stake the AXL token from the wallet of your choice.
To send, receive, store and stake AXL tokens, and connect to the Axelar network, you need to set up an Axelar wallet. Here's how to do that with Keplr wallet.