Adeniyi Abidemi
2 min readSep 13, 2021


It is without a shred of a doubt that every DeFi platform, version aside, must have a governance token or its own native token(one created by developers to allow holders to help shape the future of a protocol), and the same is true for the KeplerSwap.

Users are not truly able to assess the distinct benefits of a DeFi platform unless they are holders of its native token. This gives them access to a variety of benefits on the platform, ranging from but not limited to : decision making about personnel hiring, voting, space ownership and so on.


Seeds token (SDS) is the native token issued by KeplerSwap and it’s key to achieving decentralization and autonomy on the platform, on its way to being a Decentralized Autonomous Organization (DAO). The seeds token is the core medium that supports the value construction of KeplerSwap and it is the seed of creation for the DeFi 2.0 ecosystem. 80% of the SDS will be mined( that is 168 million of a total supply of 210 million seeds token), 10% ( 21 million SDS) will be used as airdrop and market partnerships, the remaining 10% will be used for project private placement.


Beyond just aiming to mine highly reward tokens, seeds token holders get the following benefits, since it is the governance token of the platform : Transaction fee allocation, yield farming, smart aggregation, space creation and voting rights, exchange of all digital assets, lucky pool rewards, staking, unlimited airdrops, token pledged for coin listing, and so on.

With all of the said benefits that comes with holding a seeds token, the potential of the token is unlimited and beyond imagination. Bagging it now, will be a life-changing event and an advantage that one will live to be thankful for.