How do I exchange assets in the FTX Exchange app?

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How do I exchange assets in the FTX Exchange app?

Once you have created an account with FTX, and you have linked your FTX account to Exodus, here is how you can exchange assets in the FTX Exchange app!

Open your Exodus wallet on your computer and click on FTX Exchange.

Select the asset that you want to exchange on top and select the asset that you wish to receive on the bottom.


Next, enter the amount of crypto you want to exchange. You have a few ways to do this:

  1. Select an exact amount by entering a value in crypto.
  2. MIN: exchange the minimum amount the exchange will allow.
  3. HALF: exchange half of your balance.
  4. ALL: exchange all of your balance.

Please note: Entering an amount in fiat currency is not yet available.

Once you are happy with the amount of crypto you will send and receive, click Exchange!

A screen will show that your exchange has started. Please do not close the app while it says Starting your exchange...

An Exchange Completed screen will pop up shortly! Your new crypto is now available in your FTX portfolio.

Are there fees for exchanging in the FTX Exchange app?

Exodus does not charge any extra fees. You will pay the same fees when you exchange in the FTX Exchange app in Exodus as when you exchange directly in FTX!

Fees are built into the price you are quoted. Please note that fees will depend on market conditions, and include a small spread. You can take note of a) the amount you are exchanging, and b) the amount you are receiving to determine the fees you will pay.

Please be aware that some orders might have a slight difference between the quoted price and the executed price. This difference is known as slippage. In the Exodus FTX exchange app, it is possible to adjust your slippage tolerance, which is the maximum amount of slippage that can occur before the order is canceled.

For more information on slippage and instructions on how to enable the slippage tolerance feature in the FTX Exchange app, please visit: What is slippage tolerance?