The Trade System allows players to trade Prime Warframe Blueprints, Prime Weapon Parts, Mods, Platinum64 PlatinumVoid Relics, alternate Arcane Helmets, Companion Imprints, and Special Weapons (SyndicateWraithVandal or Prisma) at the Clan Dojo's Trading Post, or at the specified trading relay (Maroo's Bazaar). There is a minimum Mastery requirement of Rank 2 in order to trade, and the number of available trade transactions increases by one each Mastery Rank. Up to six items can be traded per transaction and a trade tax is commissioned to complete the trade. The Trading Post can be found in the Place Decoration tab if you are an Architect in your Clan.

Players can also trade on Mars at Maroo's Bazaar (hold Q  and click "set up shop").

Trades Per Day

Trading Post

The Trading Post as it appears in-game.

The number of trades that can be made per day is the same as the player's Mastery Rank, with exception to Founders, who get an additional two trades per day. The trade limit is refreshed daily at GMT 00:00 and is not affected by the amount of items exchanged in each transaction. Furthermore, ranking up will provide an additional trade even if the daily limit has been reached.


Trades are charged for a trade tax which amount in Credits64 Credits based on the rarity of the commodity. Players will need to pay the respective tax for the item they receive in the trade. Additionally, a Clan tax can be set by the Clan that the Clan Dojo is associated with.

Primed Mods such as Mod TT 20pxPrimed Flow are considered "Legendary Items", therefore costing a trade tax of Credits641,000,000. However, Primed Mods obtained from Daily Tribute cannot be traded.

Amount of tax per commodity
Rarity Common Uncommon Rare, Riven Legendary
Tier Lith Meso Neo, Axi Eidolon Capture
FusionCorePackSilversingle Mods and Void Relics Credits642,000 Credits644,000 Credits648,000 Credits641,000,000
CosmeticEnhancer Arcane Enhancements Credits642,000 Credits644,000 Credits648,000 Credits64100,000 (Unranked)
Credits64300,000 (Rank 1)
Credits64600,000 (Rank 2)
Credits641,000,000 (Rank 3)
Prime Warframe Part Blueprints Credits644,000
Prime Blueprints and Prime parts Credits642,000
Arcane Helmets, Special Weapons1 Credits642,000
Imprints, Focus Lenses Credits642,000
Ayatan Stars2 Credits642,000
Ayatan Sculptures2 Credits644,000
Platinum64 Platinum3 Credits64500 per unit of Platinum64 Platinum

1) Special Weapons must be unaltered by any Affinity, Forma, Lens, or Orokin Catalysts to be tradeable.
  2) Each Ayatan Star slotted into a Sculpture increases the trade tax by Credits642,000.
  3) Players cannot trade the initial amount of platinum that all accounts start off with. This is to prevent players from creating new accounts to farm platinum. Players cannot trade platinum that has been gifted to them either.

Trading Limitations

  • For Warframes, players can only trade the respective Prime Warframe Blueprints. Parts that are crafted through any blueprints, and the fully built warframes themselves, cannot be traded.
  • For Weapons, only blueprints and parts for the Prime, Wraith, and Vandal weapon variants are tradeable. Any other weapons and their blueprints or parts besides the GrineerCombatKnife Sheev and Wolf Sledge Image Wolf Sledge cannot be traded.
  • The Syndicate and Prisma weapons are exceptions, and are considered special weapons, which are tradeable as a whole, but only if they are completely unranked with no affinity, and unaltered with no Forma, Lens, or Orokin Catalyst applied.
    • These weapons, will remain tradeable even if recolored, customized with skins, cosmetic attachments, modded with regular weapon mods, or freely used in the Simulacrum, due to no affinity being gained from killing the spawned mobs. This is particularly useful for trying out expensive Syndicate and Prisma weapons to test their accuracy, attack speed/rate of fire, range/damage falloff, recoil, reload speed, or general handling characteristics without fear of losing the ability to sell or resell the weapons to other players later, if they are not to the user's liking.
  • Blueprints and the Syndicate and Prisma special weapons cannot be traded to players who do not meet the equipment's Mastery Rank requirements.
  • Relics can be traded regardless of them being vaulted or unvaulted.

Trading Terminology

People who use the Trade chat have their own acronyms to summarize their offers. Below is a short list of the most commonly used acronyms in Trade chat. A more comprehensive guide can be found here.

  • WTB - Want to buy
  • WTS - Want to sell
  • WTT(F) - Want to trade (for)
  • PC - Price check
  • PMO - Private Message Offer

Patch History

Update 24.5
  • The Trading screen now contains a Riven category and specific search functionality!

Update 24.4

UI Changes & Fixes
  • The Dojo Trading screen has received an overhaul!
    • 6 Trading Slots instead of 5!
    • Faster item selection responsiveness and improved UI to help you easily find the items you want to Trade.

Update 18.5

  • A search bar has been added to Trading item sub-menus!

Update 11.2

  • Changes to Trading confirmation pop-ups:
    • We now show rarity of Mods as well as Rank, to prevent “Fusion Core Fraud”.
    • More visibility to the items involved in the trade to increase awareness at every step of the trade.
    • Switched order of getting/giving for the trade accept confirmation, to be consistent with the new offer confirmation. What you are **giving is always first, what you are getting is second (matches the slots as well, giving on top, getting on the bottom)

Update 11.1

  • Added gamepad support to Trading.

Update 11.0

  • Introduced

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