The multi-chain liquidity protocol Symbiosis has integrated the 1inch DEX aggregator to facilitate arbitrary asset swaps between EVM-compatible networks.
The Symbiosis protocol manages stablecoin liquidity pools and routes the transaction through existing DEXes, so the partnership is essential to enable the best prices for the end-users as the 1inch router is working on both sides: on the source chain and destination chain sides.
The best price for the exchange of any tokens. 1inch is the best solution, especially on large amounts, one can see a significant difference. Super excited!
"We are glad that the Symbiosis team has chosen 1inch as the main swap engine for their multi-chain liquidity protocol,”
Prior to this, the Symbiosis team has been using a self-developed routing protocol, and a transition to 1inch proves to be a great augmentation amid the first non-EVM Terra that the team is planning to launch in May: Near and Solana coming out shortly after.
Symbiosis launched beta-mainnet in March. Apart from diving into non-EVMs, the team behind protocol oversees great potential in different L2s with Boba being the first one integrated recently.
Symbiosis is a decentralized multi-chain liquidity protocol that enables users to perform any crypto token swaps across multiple blockchains with a single click. At present, the protocol supports 5 networks including Boba, BNB Chain (formerly BSC), Ethereum, Polygon, and Avalanche, with more networks to be expanded in the upcoming future. Their main goals are solving the twin problems of interoperability and providing a user-friendly experience.
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