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Support AMM swap order “auction in progress” been spinning for a few minutes after trying to swap utx for ufx

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(@bcrypto)
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Hello,
An AMM swap order “auction in progress” been spinning for a few minutes after trying to swap utx for ufx
shortly after making a new UX account, do I need to stake resources to use the swap or are the resources covered by utility x?

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If you have any funds that dont show as received from an AMM transaction, you can go to the wallet page in the UI and you will see an "AMM Balances" table with a Withdraw All button


   
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(@bcrypto)
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@uxian In the wallet page all I see is the 4 blockchain selections


   
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@bcrypto then you probably have no orders placed. I will investigate what happened but try refreshing for now


   
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@uxian Okay- I tried 10,000 utx for ufx. The 10,000 utx is gone but did not received ufx.

After refreshing the withdraw all popped up and I got the ufx. Thank you


   
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@bcrypto Ok great, there is also a small refresh icon on top of the table to do that, without reloading the page, in case you want to make sure the balances are up to date


   
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