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According to [[Kreia]]'s predictions before her death on Malachor V, the Exchange grew in power, until the [[Hutt]]'s ceased tolerating the Exchange, causing it to slowly feed upon itself.
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According to [[Kreia]]'s predictions before her death on Malachor V, the Exchange grew in power, until the [[Hutt]]s ceased tolerating the Exchange, causing it to slowly feed upon itself.
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==

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«The Exchange is like a Hutta fungus with none of the slow, creeping subtlety!»
Vogga the Hutt[src]

The Exchange was a criminal organization active around 4,000 BBY, and possibly the most powerful of its time, that dealt in spice smuggling, extortion, weapon trafficking, slave trading, and bounty hunting. During the First Jedi Purge, there was a huge bounty on live Jedi large enough to purchase an entire planet. It was often locally represented by sham fronts, such as Citadel Station's Bumani Exchange Corporation.

History

"The Exchange is a big crime outfit, mostly operating out of Nar Shaddaa: spice running, gun trafficking, slave trading. Now I guess they're posting bounties on Jedi."
Atton Rand[src]
Davik Kang

Davik Kang, Exchange head of Taris.

The organization was active on many planets and employed notorious bounty hunters such as Calo Nord. Some branch heads included Davik Kang, the crime lord of the planet Taris, Loppak Slusk of Telos IV, and Goto of Nar Shaddaa.

The Exchange was an extremely powerful criminal organization that operated throughout much of the Outer Rim Territories. The shadowy group was led by an even more mysterious entity called the Compeer, with a command structure that included individual crime lords controlling profitable worlds. The only way to be accepted into this elite group was to be nominated by several other crime lords.

The Exchange was briefly yet significantly involved with, and damaged by, two important figures around the time of the Jedi Civil War: Revan and the Jedi Exile. In 3,956 BBY, Revan infiltrated the Exchange headquarters on Taris and killed its local leader, Davik Kang. Five years later, the Jedi Exile arrived on Nar Shaddaa. She proceeded to destabilize the Exchange's operations on the moon by killing the crime lords Saquesh and Visquis, and by destroying the Visionary. G0-T0 went along with the Exile in hopes of stabilizing the galaxy. He was eventually destroyed on Malachor V when the Mass Shadow Generator was re-activated and blew up the planet along with G0-T0.

G0-T0

Gotofull

G0-T0, Exchange head of Nar Shaddaa.

Goto was the Exchange boss of Nar Shaddaa. He was never seen in person, and appeared only as a hologram. This was because 'Goto' was not an organic being: he was a droid (G0-T0) using the hologram to give the impression that he was a living being. Eventually, he would travel with the Jedi Exile.

G0-T0 managed to use the illegal actions of the Exchange for his ultimate purpose of stabilizing the Galactic Republic. Its smuggling ring caused the deaths of destabilizing persons or organizations, developed unofficial profits for entire sectors, and strengthened Republic worlds that would otherwise be poor and ignored. Believing that the major source of the Republic's problems revolved around the Jedi Civil War, it also enacted bounties for live Jedi and Sith. Many bounty hunters simply killed Jedi and Sith instead of capturing them, but the outcome remained: less Jedi or Sith to fight against each other meant less fighting period. G0-T0 was simply interested in keeping the Republic in order and keeping it's infrastructure intact due to the devastation caused by the Jedi Civil War.

Downfall

According to Kreia's predictions before her death on Malachor V, the Exchange grew in power, until the Hutts ceased tolerating the Exchange, causing it to slowly feed upon itself.

Appearances

Sources

See also

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