Should QuickSwap Do a Token Split to Make $QUICK More Appealing?

QuickSwap Official
2 min readMar 8, 2022

QuickSwap is introducing the first phase in our governance vote about whether or not we should do a token split to make $QUICK — our native governance and utility token — more appealing.


  • This vote was originally scheduled for March 10–15. It was rescheduled and will now take place from March 12-March 17.
  • Last week, we opened a discussion forum about the possibility of doing a token split to redenominate QUICK’s total supply
  • If approved, this would mean that QUICK’s maximum supply would increase, but every QUICK holder would receive an equivalent amount of xQUICK, relative to the supply increase the community agrees upon
  • We believe that redenominating QUICK and thus making the price per unit lower, will make the asset more appealing to those who are impacted by unit bias
  • After much debate, it seems as though much of our community is now on board with the idea of a split, though we haven’t yet reached consensus on whether a 1:100 split or 1:1000 split is best
  • Thus, we would like to introduce governance votes in two phases:

First, we will vote on whether or not we should do a split at all

If the first vote passes, we will then vote on whether we should do a 1:100 split or a 1:1000 split

  • The snapshot for the first vote will take place on Saturday, March 12th
  • The vote will begin immediately after the snapshot and will run until Thursday, March 17th
  • If the vote passes, we will announce further details about the next phase of voting
  • Details about the proposal, voting eligibility, and how to participate in QuickSwap’s upcoming governance vote follow

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