The DeFi protocol’s trading platform is fully functional with asset swaps and liquidity provision both successfully tested. Umbria – https://umbria.network/ -, which was recently mapped on Polygon (formerly Matic), will enable its users to benefit from fast, fractional cost transactions when using its developing suite of features. On testing, the transaction fees for swapping ERC20 tokens were less than $0.001. The Layer 2 DEX is a modified version of SushiSwap with extra governance features.
The Umbria token list, which includes the ERC20 assets that users will be able to swap and provide liquidity for on Umbria DEX, can be viewed here.
The development team is currently building out the user interface with asset swapping on the Umbria DEX and official liquidity pools (that will provide bonus UMBR for liquidity providers) scheduled for Q3 of 2021, which is in line with its roadmap.
The next farm – https://farm.umbria.network/ – on the Umbria platform will be on Polygon chain and will be for the UMBR-MATIC liquidity pair. It will work in a similar way to Umbria’s existing Ethereum farm but fees to enter and exit will be much lower. The team will continue creating farms with the most favourable APY possible.
“We’re very pleased with the liquidity we’re seeing for UMBR-ETH and we will enable people to easily migrate this liquidity directly from Uniswap onto the Umbria DEX,” said Oscar Chambers, Co-lead developer of Umbria. “There are many developments and features in the pipeline, which will get our community excited. Fast, low-cost transactions and attractive APY are key for the project.”
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