HOW TO LIST YOUR TOKEN IN JUPITER AGGREGATOR SOLANA

If you have a token in Solana and you want any user to be able to trade it in Jupiter (jup.ag) this post is for you. We are going to explain you how to list your token in Jupiter in just 3+1 steps.

If you prefer the video version, it's all yours:

If you don't have your token yet, here is how to create a Solana token.

LIST TOKEN IN JUPITER STEP BY STEP

In order to list our token in Jupiter we will first need to create a liquidity pool, as Jupiter aggregates different DEX so that exchanges can be made in its interface.

CREATE LIQUIDITY POOL SOLANA

In order to create a liquidity pool you will need to "Revoke Freeze Authority" of your token. To do so you can go to this page, scroll down, select your token and complete the process. The cost is only 0.1 SOL.

Moving forward with Smithii's dApp "Create Liquidity Pool" you will be able to do this very quickly. Go to https://tools.smithii.io/liquidity-pool/solana and you will find the following view:

solana liquidity pool for listing tokens in jupiter

This tool allows us to create our liquidity fund in Raydium with a friendly user interface and from only 1 SOL (up to 3.5 SOL depending on the configuration you use).

  1. Go to Create liquidity group ( https://tools.smithii.io/liquidity-pool/solana ) and connect your wallet to use the tool.
  2. Select the "Base Token" (the token you created and has no market value yet).
  3. Select theQuote Token (a token with market value, usually SOL or USDC).
  4. Set the "Min Order Size" (Minimumamount of tokens that users will be able to purchase).
  5. Set the "Tick Size" (Minimum amount that can change the price of your token)*.
  6. Set advanced options: Event Queue Length, Request Queue Lenght and Orderbook Lenght (only if you want to use a cheap Market ID, from 0.4 SOL)**.
  7. Set the number of tokens and SOL/USDC to be added.
  8. Set launch date (optional)
  9. Click on "Create Liquidity Pool" and accept the 3 transactions.

It will take a while to complete and then you will see the market ID and the address of the liquidity pool. Save them, as you may need the addresses for future use.

*You can use this chart as a reference for Min Order Size and Tick Size:

MIN-ORDER-SIZE-TICK-SIZE-GUIDE-SMITHII

**In "advanced options" we can modify the size of our OpenBook Market, I leave you the inputs that you should use for 3 different sizes that I can recommend you:

0.4 SOL:

  • Event Queue Length: 128
  • Request Queue Length: 63
  • Orderbook Length: 201

1.5 SOL:

  • Event Queue Length: 1400
  • Request Queue Length: 63
  • Orderbook Length: 450

2.8 SOL:

  • Event Queue Length: 2978
  • Request Queue Length: 63
  • Orderbook Length: 909

ADD TOKEN TO JUPITER

To get our token on Jupiter we must access their Github and make a Pull Request with the information of our token. If you don't know how to do it, don't worry, we explain it step by step.

First let's go to https://github.com/jup-ag/token-list.

Here we will see the Jupiter repository. To continue we will click on "Fork", it will open a new page and we will click on "Create Fork".

Next we will see our own version of the repository. To continue we will click on "Code", "Codespace" and "Create Codespace".

A code interface will open. Here we must go to "validated-token.csv", scroll down all the tokens in the list and add ours in the following order: name, symbol, token address, decimals, URL logo, true.

Once this is done in the left panel we will see the commit icon with a one. We click there and in the dropdown of the commit button we select "commit and pull request".

A section for comments will be opened. Type: validate token. Click on the checkmark at the top right and the pull request will start.

In this pull request we will indicate the information that we are asked to replace from your template.

LIST TOKEN ON JUPITER - SMITHII

FAQ LIST TOKEN IN JUPITER

ISWORTH IT LISTING MY TOKEN IN JUPITER?

Jupiter is one of the most used exchanges on the Solana Network. If we really want to take advantage of our token, being on Jupiter will be a great help.

HOW MUCH DOES IT COST TO LIST MY TOKEN IN JUPITER?

Getting your token on Jupiter is totally free. But first, you must have created your token and a liquidity pool, which costs about 3.5 SOL.

CAN ICREATE A LIQUIDITY POOL IN JUPITER?

Jupiter currently does not have its own liquidity pool. That is, you can have your token in Jupiter but you will have to create your Liquidity Pool in another DEX. We recommend Raydium.

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