April 30th, 2021

Today the Axia team is proud to deliver website 3.0. Another website update? Why yes! We felt that we could deliver a far more professional and appeasing website to reflect our goals and values than our 2.0 website that will give us a solid springboard and act as our 24/7 marketer for our dApp.

Photo 1: Website 3.0 preview

With hardwork from W|Tokenova and the Axia team — our website is more professional, tidier, and responsive. Feel free to check it out here!

Our initial thought process was to release all updates at once however upon further assessment we’ve decided it would…


March 22nd, 2021 (Retrospective)

Today marks a historic day for Axia. The community has spoken… with 61% of votes on twitter, and a very close 134 vs 132 votes on the telegram channel to Matic, we’re pleased to announce that Matic (Polygon) is the selected network Axia will bridge onto.

Photo 1: The telegram poll

Special thanks to the community for taking part — it was wonderful to see all the constructive discussions within the community over the past week. Today you have all contributed to Axias history and way forward!


February 18th, 2021

Following our website release, we had a lot of positive feedback and thoughts from the community. A large proportion of the community wanted a night or dark mode feature implemented on the website due to night time computer usage and it’s impact on eye strain. We understand that a majority of users spend their evenings reading and performing due diligence on their investments. To accommodate, night mode has been introduced.

The feature can be toggled by a button located at the top right corner of the homepage.


February 3rd, 2021

Today saw the release of the new Axia Protocol ($AXIAV3) website which you can find at axiaprotocol.io. The new website brings a refreshed look that makes it easier for investors to find what they’re looking for, while portraying the core values we ascribe to Axia as an accessible, secure and dynamic protocol.

Axia Website Update 2.0

Agile — Smart — Effective

Our aim is for Axia to be the very first port of call for people who are deciding to make investments in the cryptocurrency and digital asset space.

The website has been designed with user experience front and centre: we will be including…


AXIA Protocol — Relaunch Complete! Why AXIA-V2?

Staking on V2

I understand we didn’t make an article detailing what happened with the project and why we had to relaunch.
Long story short, what happened was that there was a honest mistake while the developer in charge of setting up the dapp for launch (out of all the adrenaline rush and excitement that filled the launch period) configured the Swap Fund pool to pay out daily rewards in Swap AFTs that were staked within the pool instead of AXIA tokens. This mis-configuration made it possible for some users (not necessarily hackers) to claim dividends in…


Axia Staking Dapp UI

This article is a brief tutorial detailing the processes involved in adding liquidity to Axia Pools on Balancer and Uniswap. The Axia Protocol is a decentralized platform, hence users are free to add liquidity to our pools, mint Axia Fund Tokens — AFTs (BPTs and UNI-V2) and stake them on our dapp to earn Axia Tokens from the daily emissions.

Pool Weights

The Swap Fund Pool

This refers to the AXIAv3/ETH pool on Uniswap. Here, AXIA and ETH have equal weighting (50:50).

To Add Liquidity to the Swap Fund Pool:


Introducing AXIA Protocol, the DeFi platform for Crypto Investors and Yield Farmers!

The Axia Protocol is a platform on which cryptocurrency enthusiasts/investors can put their funds to use and reap massive rewards for doing so. The protocol presents the opportunity for investors to pool funds in two major and trending niches within the blockchain ecosystem (not only at the moment but also has a lot of growth potential in the future) — Oracles and DeFi! The concept stems from the idea that investors can be saved a lot of time and energy searching for tokens to invest in for a…

Axia Protocol

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