The Waves.Exchange cares about the safety of our users. Therefore there are two modes of asset trading: Unverified mode and Verified Mode.

In Verified mode, users can only trade verified assets marked as Gateway and DeFi. If an asset does not have at least one of these statuses, then it is impossible to find it on the exchange while the Verified mode is enabled.

In Unverified mode, users can trade any assets issued within the Waves blockchain. Most of these assets are not verified and trading them can be fraught with certain risks, since no one can know the plans of the unverified asset issuer and the purpose of its creation. To avoid losing funds while unverified assets trading, we recommend studying the information about the asset you are interested in and its issuer before using it.

The Verified Mode is activated on the Waves.Exchange by default. To switch from Verified mode to Unverified mode, you need to go to the Trading tab (Spot section) and switch the slider in the top right corner of the tab.

After that, you must carefully read all the information in the appeared window, and if you agree to take the risk by trading unverified assets, type "Agree" and click on the "Confirm" button.

After Unverified mode activation, unverified assets can be found on the exchange by name or asset ID. Just enter the asset name or asset ID in the search bar to find a necessary asset.

Note: If at least one of the assets in a trading pair is unverified, then such a trading pair is marked with a yellow triangle with an exclamation mark. Waves.Exchange is not responsible for the unverified assets, for their issuers, and for their values. By trading in a pair with an unverified asset, you take all the risks on yourself.

If both assets are verified in a pair, then such a trading pair is marked with a blue asterisk with a checkmark.

Feel free to contact us anytime if you still have any questions Waves.Exchange related. Just click on the "Support" icon at the lower right corner of the screen.

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