Main Function and Benefit

#1 Mission

When you enter Clutch, the first screen you see is the Mission. If you participate in a mission, you will receive MVP as a reward. The total MVP received as a reward can be checked in the upper right corner.

If you click on the mission group you want to participate in, you can check the detailed mission.

If you click the More button, you can find out how to participate in each mission group.

#2 Shop

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#3 Wallet

If you want to check the tokens on Binance Smart Chain, please click on the arrow.

By clicking, you can check the tokens that correspond to Binance Smart Chain and the quantity that you possess.

Tokens can be received, transferred, and exchanged.


When receiving tokens, you can set the amount by using + Amount. You can also send your own QR code to friends’ messenger through Share QR.


When sending tokens, enter the recipient address and amount to send and press the Send button to complete the transfer.

A small fee will be incurred when sending tokens. Tokens charged for fees correspond to mainnet coins. The amount of fee required may vary depending on the amount of tokens being sent and the timing of the transfer.

For example, when sending bMVL, a small amount of BNB is required as a fee, and when sending MVL, ETH is required as a fee.

Therefore, please keep in mind the fee when making a transfer.


The BNB Chain and Ethereum network allow for exchange of tokens that use the same network.

For example, BNB can be exchanged for bMVL and ETH can be exchanged for MVL.

When exchanging tokens, enter the quantity to be exchanged and press the Swap button after confirming the quantity of tokens to be generated by the exchange.

Just like with transfers, a small fee is incurred when exchanging tokens.

In addition, you should also consider the provider and price impact.

Provider refers to a decentralized exchange(DEX) used to complete the exchange.

DEX DEX stands for token exchange that operates as a smart contract. Unlike solicitation and selling, it is common for two types of tokens to be paired, and when one token is inserted, the other token is withdrawn (AMM DEX).

This means that if your contract contains a BNB-bMVL pair, you can send BNB to receive bMVL. The exchange rate between tokens on a DEX is maintained close to the centralized exchange rate by arbitrageurs.

BNB Chain is connected to the DEX(Decentralized Exchange) Biswap, while Ethereum is connected to the DEX Uniswap.

Price Impact refers to the difference between the market price and the price incurred when swapping two tokens. It is also referred to as Slippage.

Please refer to the following content for more information.

Price Impact As mentioned earlier, AMM transactions work in such a way that the product of the two tokens deposited in the contract is always constant.

X*Y=k, (X,Y is the number of tokens, k is a constant)

However, according to this formula, when you trade, a price difference from the market price occurs, resulting in a certain amount of loss.

Let's look at the following example. Assuming the current price of Ethereum is 2,000 USDT,

In the example above, if you sell 1 ETH, AMM will put 1 ETH into the pool and take out the corresponding USDT, and if you buy 1 ETH, you will put USDT in and take out ETH. At this time, the product of the ETH quantity and the USDT quantity remains constant at 200,000.

However, the actual contract price is different from the Ethereum price of 2,000 USDT. If you sell ETH, you will receive 181.8 USDT less, and if you buy ETH, you will buy with 222.2 USDT more.

As an example, the price impact is the loss incurred by the token trader due to the AMM algorithm.

If it is not a mainnet coin, in order to exchange assets, you must allow the smart contract to access the assets. This process is executed only once per token and requires a small fee. Please refer to the details below for more information.

Smart Contract

A Smart Contract is a type of automated contract based on blockchain technology. It is written in programming code and automatically executed or produces results when certain conditions are met. Smart Contracts help to facilitate trustworthy transactions between contracting parties without intermediaries.

Unlike typical legal contracts, Smart Contracts are written in programming languages and deployed on blockchain networks. When the conditions defined in the contract are met, the code is automatically executed, leading to specific actions or transactions. Smart contracts are difficult to change and provide reliability and safety because the code is protected by the immutability and decentralized nature of the blockchain.

Examples of Smart Contracts include cryptocurrency transactions, asset exchanges, voting systems, and digital asset issuance. These smart contracts run in a transparent and reliable manner due to the nature of the blockchain. It also helps smooth transactions between contracting parties without intermediate intervention.

① Click Approve on the Approve Wallet window.

② Please check the fee and click Confirm.

③ Once you enter your previously registered PIN number, the exchange of tokens will be possible.


DApp is a tab for web browsing within Clutch. For websites that require wallet connection (such as DEX, DeFi protocols, NFT issuance sites, etc.), you can connect your Clutch wallet through the DApp Browser to use the DApp.

Please refer to the following instructions for detailed usage.

DApp DApp stands for Decentralized Application, which refers to an application integrated with smart contracts. Although servers play many roles, Web3 applications that include smart contracts are generally called DApps. DeFi protocols such as DEX or Lending Protocol, NFT markets such as Opensea, and NFT publishing sites are commonly referred to as DApps.

① Select the globe image in the Wallet tab of Clutch.

② Click on the Ethereum image to choose the network as either Ethereum or BNB Smart Chain.

③ If you enter the URL you want to go to and click confirm, a warning message will appear.

④ Click I got it in the warning message to go to the corresponding URL.

⑤ If you leave the URL, your search history will be recorded in the History.

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