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9 months ago
Where can I see a Jetton with a number of decimals other than 9?
Where can I see a Jetton with a number of decimals other than 9?
Yes, there are such Jettons, for example, jUSDT (USDT transferred from Ethereum via bridge.ton.org) has the decimal precision set to 6: https://tonscan.org/jetton/EQBynBO23ywHy_CgarY9NK9FTz0yDsG82PtcbSTQgGoXwiuA But it's also easy to create such a Jetton yourself using https://minter.ton.org. One just has to specify the decimal precision in the corresponding field on the website. By default it is set to 9, and it seems most people just don't change that number.
Yes, there are such Jettons, for example, jUSDT (USDT transferred from Ethereum via bridge.ton.org) has the decimal precision set to 6: https://tonscan.org/jetton/EQBynBO23ywHy_CgarY9NK9FTz0yDsG82PtcbSTQgGoXwiuA But it's also easy to create such a Jetton yourself using minter.ton.org. One just has to specify the decimal precision in the corresponding field on the website. By default it is set to 9, and it seems most people just don't change that number.
9 months ago
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Where can I see a Jetton with a number of decimals other than 9?

Yes, there are such Jettons, for example, jUSDT (USDT transferred from Ethereum via bridge.ton.org) has the decimal precision set to 6: https://tonscan.org/jetton/EQBynBO23ywHy_CgarY9NK9FTz0yDsG82PtcbSTQgGoXwiuA But it's also easy to create such a Jetton yourself using minter.ton.org. One just has to specify the decimal precision in the corresponding field on the website. By default it is set to 9, and it seems most people just don't change that number.