How to use xKIM

xKIM is illiquid and non-transferable, but can be used through plugins' allocations, and in the future on approved (whitelisted) contracts providing additional usages.


Users can freely allocate their available xKIM to any plugin to take advantage of its benefits. While xKIM is allocated and consequently deposited on the token contract, it can't be used for anything else.

Deallocating allocated xKIM will withdraw the amount back into the owner's wallet.

Depending on the plugin, a default 0.5% fee may be applied when deallocating xKIM.


xKIM is by default non-transferable, except from/to whitelisted addresses. This is made so that essential interactions (like allocations and redeem with the token contract) and additional usages (for instance with partners specific implementations...) can still be leveraged.

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