Cryptocurrency exchange aggregator OpenOcean is now linked to the Solana blockchain ecosystem.
Already available on Ethereum, Binance Smart Chain, Tron, and Ontology, OpenOcean added that it has added Solana due to several requests from its users.
The protocol connects the decentralized and centralized exchanges on its supported networks and automatically seeks the simplest trades.
Today’s news means traders in DeFi will make Solana swaps on OpenOcean, finding the simplest prices and with “minimal” slippage, consistent with a Friday announcement.
Solana describes itself to potential project builders as a “fast, secure, and censorship-resistant blockchain.” It’s designed to “offer the open infrastructure required for global adoption,” consistent with its website.
In line with the OpenOcean’s website, it plans to integrate with a number of new networks within the future, along with Polygon, Polkadot, and Aave.