GoodFi, the non-profit decentralized finance alliance, has announced the addition of 22 DeFi industry leaders to its newly formed Board of Advisors including representatives from many of the sector’s top projects. It has been reported that it’s also launched a website to hook new users up with appropriate DeFi protocols. The advisory board features Chainlink account executive, Michael Zacharski, SushiSwap core developer, Omakase, and Aave digital marketing manager, Isa Kivlig
Aiming to offer a wider net of margin assets, decentralized exchange SushiSwap has announced the rolling update of Kashi, a DeFi lending platform specifically designed for margin trading. The medium blog says: We are so thrilled to announce that #whento is now a thing of the past and we are formally announcing the release of BentoBox on SushiSwap and the first lending and margin trading solution powered by BentoBox, Kashi! With the aim of allowing the traders to borrow assets
SushiSwap is deploying its contracts on five networks, and Balancer announcing ports onto Moonbeam and Polkadot. It has been reported that Joseph Delong, the CTO of SushiSwap, announced that the DEX had deployed contracts on xDai, Moonbeam Network, Binance Smart Chain, Polygon (previously called Matic), and Fantom. Sushi is going multichain 🍣⛓
We have deployed the Sushi contracts to these networks
SushiSwap, the major decentralized exchange, is exploring integrating with high-speed AMM Raydium on Solana to alleviate high gas fees. It has been reported that a proposal, which was posted to the SushiSwap forum on February 22 under the codename ‘Bonsai,’ suggests building out the platform on the Solana ecosystem. However, the integration is intended to mitigate Ethereum’s skyrocketing transaction fees, which have spiked to new all-time highs (ATHs) over the past 24 hours.
SushiSwap is making substantial headway into the market share of major decentralized exchange Uniswap despite its merger into the Yearn ecosystem. Christanto believes that the Yearn merger gave Sushi a renewed credibility, enabling the project to step through the backlash of the project initiated in August as a Uniswap clone and early on securing TVL with a so-called “vampire” liquidity assault. Messari’s @asiahodl believes SushiSwap has outgrown its controversial beginnings
SushiSwap, a decentralized cryptocurrency exchange build on the Ethereum blockchain, has released an ambitious project roadmap for 2021 after it became the largest decentralized exchange (DEX) by liquidity at two different points. It has been reported that the upcoming developments include multiple examples of some of the most complex and advanced functionalities in the DeFi space, including a cross-chain DEX that will be enabled by Rune and Moonbeam, an implementation on the