Orbs Partners with 1inch Exchange to List ORBS Token

The ORBS Token Is Now Available on 1inch Exchange.

The blockchain platform Orbs announced its partnership with the DEX Aggregator Protocol 1inch exchange. Under this agreement, the ORBS token is now able to be swapped on 1inch exchange.

In the growing DeFi ecosystem, the blockchain platform Orbs has achieved a range of successful integrations with other decentralized exchanges such as Sushiswap, Uniswap, Pancakeswap, Kyber DMM, and Balancer.

The new integration with 1inch exchange will help users navigate the growing list of swapping alternatives available for the ORBS token across the available DeFi DEXs.

This move should increase liquidity for the token, and open up trade in ORBS to an even wider investor base.

Orbs Continues to Develop in DeFi Space

1inch exchange is known as one of the most popular and efficient DEX aggregators.

The exchange supports access to the most liquidity, lowest slippage, and best exchange rates across the Ethereum, BSC, and Polygon ecosystems. It allows traders and investors to enter and exit positions at attractive rates.

Through the core part 1inch v3 smart contract, the 1inch protocol provides aggregation information services on exchange protocols and networks.

The 1inch v3 smart contract performs runtime verification of transaction execution, and the Pathfinder algorithm, which finds the best trading paths across multiple markets, taking gas costs into account.

A Growing Exchange

To date, 1inch has succeeded to do transactions worth over $50B in total volume, with over 240k total users and 2.3M in total trades. Also, the exchange is connected to Ethereum, BSC, and Polygon, with 88 liquidity sources.

Having Orbs connected to 1inch is another important step to solidify the Orbs DeFi infrastructure needed for further growth of the Orbs-DeFi ecosystem.

The 1inch Network allows users to make fast and protected operations in the DeFi space by uniting decentralized protocols whose synergy.

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