JUST is a DeFi ecosystem that runs on TRON and lets users borrow and lend crypto. The ecosystem also has its own stablecoin that users can use to pay over the TRON network.More
You can use JUST once you have a wallet that supports TRON. It is possible to borrow crypto by putting up collateral and paying interest. When you lend crypto you receive the interest that borrowers pay.More
Do you want to buy JUST (JST)? On Coinmerce's exchange you can buy JUST (JST) with iDEAL, credit card, SEPA Bancontact, Giropay and MyBank. We will send the JST tokens directly to your Coinmerce wallet once the purchase is completed.More
When you want to buy JUST (JST) at Coinmerce, you indicate in the sales window how many JST tokens you want to purchase (or you enter a euro amount). It is possible to place a spot order, stop limit order and repeat order. When you have entered everything correctly, you can pay with iDEAL, SEPA Bancontact, Giropay, MyBank and credit card. Coinmerce takes care of the execution of your order and moves the JST tokens directly to your wallet. You can keep the tokens safe here, although you also have the option to send the JST tokens to an external wallet.
JUST is a crypto project created by Justin Sun and running on TRON's blockchain. JUST aims to provide a fair financial system. Therefore, JUST's ecosystem consists of several DeFi products, such as stablecoin and lending protocol.
On JUST's platform, anyone can borrow and lend crypto. To borrow crypto, you put down collateral and pay interest. Other users can lend their cryptocurrencies on JUST. They are rewarded for this from the interest paid by the borrowers. Lending crypto on JUST can therefore be very lucrative. Because borrowers put up collateral, you as a lender run virtually no risk (although there is still a risk of losing stakes).
The ecosystem uses two tokens: USDJ and JUST. The value of USDJ is pegged to the US dollar, which makes USDJ a stablecoin. JUST tokens allow you to pay and receive interest, participate in governance, and set interest rates/collateral.