SushiSwap Partners with Aptos Network for Cross-Chain Integration
Sushi, a multi-chain decentralized exchange (DEX) with a foundation in Ethereum, is expanding its horizons by integrating with the Aptos Network, a Layer 1 blockchain known for its scalability and security.
SushiSwap, a multi-chain decentralized exchange (DEX) built on Ethereum, is expanding to the Aptos Network. This integration marks Sushi’s first foray into non-EVM chains and signifies an important step toward enhancing cross-chain capabilities.
The DEX currently operates on several significant EVM chains, including Ethereum, Fantom, Polygon, Arbitrum, BNB Chain, and more.
Sushi is embracing the potential of the Aptos Network, a Layer 1 blockchain renowned for its enterprise-grade scalability, reliability, security, and user-friendliness. Moreover, the collaboration will bring Sushi’s powerful features, including Sushi v2 AMM and SushiXswap, to the Aptos ecosystem for multi-chain prominence.
However, this partnership is just the initial phase of a broader plan. Both SushiSwap and Aptos are gearing up for additional integrations that prioritize elevating the user experience to world-class levels and fostering seamless interoperability.
The shared vision is to harness the potential of Web3, making it accessible and empowering for a wider audience while paying attention to security. As such collaborations happen, the future of DeFi and blockchain innovation holds promising possibilities, guided by a global builder community committed to driving progress in the space.
“This integration marks the first non-EVM chain for Sushi. The first-ever non-EVM integration with Aptos is key to advancing Sushi’s goals for cross-chain and multi-chain prominence,” the Sushi team shared in a statement.
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