Sharpe DEX

Sharpe DEX is a leading decentralized exchange aggregator that leverages the liquidity of various decentralized exchanges and DEX aggregators, such as Paraswap, OpenOcean, 1inch, Uniswap and more.

Getting Started

1. Connect Your Wallet: Connect your MetaMask or any other compatible wallet to Sharpe DEX.

2. Select Blockchain: Choose the blockchain on which you wish to trade to view compatible token swaps.

3. Select Tokens: Choose the tokens you want to swap from the dropdown menus.

4. Review the Best Rates: Our system analyzes thousands of quotes and fees from over 200 liquidity sources to offer the best rate.

5. Swap: Confirm the swap details and execute your trade through our user-friendly interface.


  • No Additional Fees: Trade with no extra fees, paying only what is standard on the chosen aggregator. For aggregators with revenue sharing, a part of the fee is shared with Sharpe DEX, without increasing your cost.

  • Security: Swaps are executed using the router contracts of the respective aggregators, ensuring optimal security.

Managing Gas Costs

The platform accurately displays the expected gas cost. however, MetaMask and other wallets will show a precautionarily higher gas limit; unused gas is refunded to you after the transaction.


If you have any other questions, check out the FAQ or contact the Sharpe support team at or create a ticket on our Discord.


How does Sharpe DEX secure the best rates?

By integrating and comparing over 200+ liquidity sources, we ensure that you always get the most favorable rates in DeFi.

Are there any hidden fees when trading on Sharpe DEX?

No. There are no hidden fees. You only pay the standard fees associated with the chosen aggregator.

Am I eligible for aggregator airdrops when swapping through Sharpe DEX?

Yes, all swaps qualify for potential airdrops as they are executed directly through the routers of each integrated aggregator.

Is my transaction secure on Sharpe DEX?

Yes, since we utilize the native router contracts of the aggregators, your transactions inherit their security features.

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