Clipper is now live on Moonbeam!

Clipper is now live on Moonbeam!

With the launch of Clipper’s Moonbeam integration, Clipper users now have access to Polkadot’s on-chain ecosystem! This milestone marks Clipper’s transition into a more interoperable DEX that unlocks new forms of user access and value creation.

Moonbeam currently supports the following tokens on Clipper: GLMR, WETH, WBTC, USDC, USDT, DAI,  WMOVR. These tokens use the following bridges from other networks:

  • WETH, WBTC, USDC, USDT, and DAI all use the Nomad Bridge.
  • WMOVR is wrapped with the Synapse bridge directly from the Moonriver network.

Clipper is the first project to make use of Moonbeam’s native self-wrapping ERC20 GLMR precompile, an important technical innovation that allows users to avoid the hassle and gas costs associated with swapping the  “Wrapped GLMR” token used by other DEXs. This makes Clipper the cheapest, best optimized DEX for Moonbeam.

Clipper’s Moonbeam Community Liquidity Program

To qualify for Clipper’s Moonbeam CLP you’ll need to whitelist your wallet address. Whitelist registration is only open to community members who are in both Clipper and Moonbeam's Discord servers. To whitelist and be eligible to deposit you must:

  1. Go to
  2. Log in with your Discord in order to verify you're on both servers.
  3. Once you pass verification, you can connect your wallet.
  4. You're whitelisted!

If you ever forget which wallet you whitelisted, you can revisit the whitelist page and log in with your Discord again to see your whitelisted wallet. Registration will only be open for a short period of time, so be sure to catch it when it arrives.

What is Moonbeam?

Moonbeam ( is a parachain that operates on the Polkadot network while providing full Ethereum compatibility for developers. In other words, Moonbeam serves as a deployment destination that lets developers and users access both Ethereum and Polkadot seamlessly and efficiently. Moonbeam also provides an API that makes it easier to deploy Solidity smart contracts and dApps built on Ethereum onto Moonbeam.