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Explore Indexes
On the Cook DApp Main Page, you can explore the indexes available on the platform.

Index Details

You can click on one index to look into the important details of the particular index. For the demonstration purpose, we will go into details of Crypto Largecap Index, which is composed of Bitcoin and Ethereum.
The header section of the index details page consists of:
  • Index Name: the official name of the index. In the example, it is called Crypto Largecap Index
  • Net Asset Value (NAV): represents the values of all the underlying tokens. There might be some discrepancies between NAV and the spot price on DEX.
  • DEX Price: the spot price on DEX (Uniswap for ETH, Pancakeswap for BSC and MDex for HECO).
  • Swap Button: Buy/Sell index tokens on a DEX. More details are covered in the Buy/Sell Indexes section.
  • Issue/Redeem Button: Issue/Redeem index tokens using underlying tokens. More details are covered in the Issue/Redeem Indexes section.
  • Price Chart: chart that tracks the historic performance of the particular index token. The available historic periods are 1 Day, 1 Week, 1 Month and 3 Months.

Index Information

The Index Information section describes the most important information of the particular index. Here are the information displayed:
  • Fee: the fee collected by index issuer and is payable by investors over the time.
  • Price: current price of the index.
  • Highest Price: the highest price within the selected historic period (1 Day, 1 Week, 1 Month and 3 Months).
  • Lowest Price: the lowest price within the selected historic period (1 Day, 1 Week, 1 Month and 3 Months).
  • Market Cap: the total assets under management within the underlying contract.
  • Total Shares: the total amount of shares issued by investors using underlying tokens.
  • Link: links to Etherscan/BSCscan or HecoScan where you can verify on chain data
  • Inception Date: the date that the index token is first issued

Asset Distribution Table

The Asset Distribution Table shows the composition of the index. All index tokens are 100% backed up by the basket of the underlying tokens in the index.


The About section describe the object, methodology operations and other details about the index. Investors should review the information carefully before making any investment decisions.
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