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Cross-chain trade router Swing adds support

Swing, a cross-chain infrastructure platform to trade and move crypto between blockchains, has announced that its cross-chain liquidity and bridging protocol, is now live on Binance Smart Chain (BSC).

Originally built on the Polkadot blockchain, Swing has recently expanded to several different blockchain networks, including Avalanche, Polygon, and Solana.

Acting as liquidity and bridging aggregator of the most popular decentralized finance platforms and DEXs (decentralized exchanges), with Swing, users can access the full range of popular DeFi platforms and trade seamlessly across them all without surrendering control of their funds to any third party.

Integration of Binance Smart Chain will broaden Swing’s access DeFi apps, and specifically, will allow the platform to aggregate liquidity and bridging opportunities across the most popular DEXs on BSC, including PancakeSwap, BurgerSwap, BiSwap, and more.

Binance Smart Chain is the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) compatible dApp and smart contract platform from the world’s largest crypto exchange, Binance. Although created by a centralized exchange, Binance Smart Chain is a decentralized platform that hosts a number of decentralized applications.

“We are thrilled to become a part of the Binance Smart Chain (BSC) network. The number and variety of decentralized applications on Binance Smart Chain gives our protocol a chance to show what it can do. Users and traders will feel an immediate benefit by having all of the best liquidity and bridging options available in one place.”
– Swing Founder, Viveik Vivekanantha

The Swing protocol is currently live on Ethereum, Polygon, Avalanche, Fantom, xDai, and now Binance Smart Chain, where it aggregates bridges and liquidity sources to find the lowest slippage on cross-chain token swaps and liquidity transfers.

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