OpenOcean, Expanding Liquidity and Optimizing Trading on Avalanche
OpenOcean users can now access leading DEXs on Avalanche
OpenOcean, a full CeFi and DeFi aggregator, is now live on Avalanche. This integration enables users to take advantage of the best price with low slippage when swapping different assets on the OpenOcean platform, and provides access to liquidity on Avalanche DEXs, including Pangolin, Trader Joe and SushiSwap.
This additional DEX liquidity can help further reduce trading prices for OpenOcean users, as the intelligent routing system has more routes to choose from. The Avalanche aggregation adds to the vast ocean of DEXs that OpenOcean supports across other DeFi platforms and CEX support with Binance.
‘’After over 10,000 of our OpenOcean community voted for an Avalanche aggregation, we listened. The Avalanche protocol and community stay true to the core values of DeFi. This partnership can help fulfill our vision to integrate DeFi’s most useful and most secured ecosystems’’, — Cindy, OpenOcean Co-Founder
Avalanche is the fastest smart contracts platform in the blockchain industry, as measured by time-to-finality, and has the most validators securing its activity of any proof-of-stake protocol. Avalanche is blazingly fast, low cost, and green. Any smart contract-enabled application can outperform its competition by deploying on Avalanche.
OpenOcean is the world’s first DeFi & CeFi full aggregator. OpenOcean’s intelligent routing algorithm finds the best price and low slippage for traders across centralized and decentralized exchanges with no additional fees. As a one-stop trading entrance, we have aggregated major DEXes across public chains including Ethereum & Layer 2, Binance Smart Chain, Avalanche, Polygon, Solana, HECO, TRON, Ontology, and CEX (Binance). OpenOcean will continue to support cross-chain swaps via bridges and cross-chain protocols, and aggregate more DeFi & CeFi products and launch intelligent management services.
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