QuickSwap on X Layer Leads DeFi Innovation on Polygon

QuickSwap, a decentralized exchange (DEX), has officially launched on the X Layer mainnet. This marks a pivotal moment for decentralized finance (DeFi) within the Polygon CDK network.

This strategic move introduces a new Citadel to the QuickSwap ecosystem, enhancing its capabilities and expanding the Polygon CDK family network.

QuickSwap on X Layer Mainnet

QuickSwap integration in the X layer offer It provides users with seamless swap and liquidity provisioning capabilities, positioning it as the best DeFi experience available on the network.

It leverages the X Layer infrastructure, a first-of-its-kind ZK-powered Layer 2 network built using the Polygon CDK created by OKX. The X layer is a key bridge within the OKX and Ethereum ecosystems, connecting to other layer 2 networks with cost-effective and faster transactions.

X Layer’s integration with AggLayer increases this interconnectivity and improves accessibility for OKX’s more than 50 million users. Users will now enjoy near-instant finality, enhanced security, and high scalability.

This partnership will help accelerate adoption and growth of the X Layer ecosystem. Additionally, it contributes to the overall success and expansion of Polygon and Ethereum networks.

Read more: Layer 1 and Layer 2: What’s the difference?

Once QuickSwap expands across the X layer, it promises to increase the number of token pairs offered, ensuring dynamic engagement within the ecosystem. This deployment is a step towards unifying the OKX and Polygon communities, moving us closer to a unified decentralized finance environment.


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