Information for Integrators
Here you will find a brief onboarding guide to ensure the integration is as smooth as possible for your team and users
We're thrilled that you have chosen to integrate our widget and appreciate your trust in Squid 🦑
Once you have integrated the widget, we recommend you create a support channel in your own community for users to troubleshoot issues that users may encounter while using the widget.
Should you need to provide guidance on how to use the widget or troubleshoot technical issues, here are the most common user issues and how to resolve them:
If this happens, it's likely that the user has received axlUSDC on the destination chain unexpectedly. This can happen as a result of price volatility and low slippage, which causes the transaction to revert.
The user can complete their swap by swapping from axlUSDC to their desired token. Squid will support swaps on the same chain soon, but until then they can use a DEX on their destination chain to finish the transaction.
The safety and security of users and their assets is of the utmost importance to us.
If a chain or token has downtime or is compromised, Squid will remove it from the chain and token lists as soon as we are notified, and the widget will update automatically to reflect this change.
Aside from standard gas fees paid via the user's wallet, token transfers across chains are charged a fixed network gas fee by Axelar. You will find all of Axelar’s fees here. If gas prices change and the users overpay, they will be refunded the difference.
Cross-chain gas fees are subtracted from the swap amount, which means they are included in the quoted exchange rate and estimated receive amount.
Squid does not charge any DEX fees, but swaps are routed through other DEXs, such as Uniswap, Curve and Osmosis, who do charge fees. These fees are included in the total amount out provided by the widget's quote.
Squid currently earns no revenue from swaps, but has fee contracts audited, and will introduce a small fee in the future.