The $FLUID tokens on Arbitrum represent an equity stake in Fluid Finance SA, a Swiss company.
These tokens are securities.¹
Some reasons for holding $FLUID tokens:
- Expected price appreciation.
- Access to premium banking services, for free.
- Lower fees and higher returns on products.
- Exclusive offers of new investment products.
- Airdrops of $DBD tokens in a future DAO.
Our 'tokenomics' can be found here.
$FLUID currently trades on SushiSwap, on the Arbitrum network.
By default, SushiSwap doesn't show the $FLUID token because you'll need to select 'Arbitrum' as your network on SushiSwap.
If this is your first time using Arbitrum, you'll need to add it as a 'custom network' to your web3 wallet (Metamask etc.):
1. Add Arbitrum network to your wallet.
Go to "Settings" on your Metamask wallet
Select the "Networks" option
Press 'add network' or 'custom network' in your wallet and fill in:
Network Name: Arbitrum One
New RPC URL: https://arb1.arbitrum.io/rpc
Block Explorer URL: https://arbiscan.io
2. Buy or bridge ETH to Arbitrum (AETH).
Using bridge.arbitrum.io , or third party bridges like Hop Protocol, you'll be able to bridge your Ethereum to the Arbitrum network, turning it into AETH needed for transactions on Arbitrum, such as buying $FLUID.
Other options include Binance, FTX or Crypto.com
Fluid Finance will soon offer an in-app pair with AETH, becoming the fastest and cheapest fiat-AETH bridge.
3. Add $FLUID as a custom token to your wallet.
Go to "Assets" page on your Metamask wallet
Press 'import tokens' or 'custom tokens' and fill in the following:
4. Trade $FLUID on SushiSwap.
$FLUID contract address: 0x876Ec6bE52486Eeec06bc06434f3E629D695c6bA (Arbiscan link)
 We intend to register shares (and tokens) in Fluid Finance SA with the Securities and Exchange Commission in the United States and potentially other jurisdictions, including Singapore and Japan.
At the moment, purchase of the tokens is not open to US Persons or residents of any jurisdiction in which purchase of equity in a Swiss company is prohibited by law.