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Ecosystem Update: ChainHash x Shardeum

Shardeum is thrilled to have ChainHash in its ecosystem. ChainHash is the first DEX-aggregator platform on Shardeum. A protocol that provides a smart router for the decentralized marketplace, liquidity pools, and aggregators, it aims to offer the best value for every swap of a token/asset in a single dashboard by aggregating the DEXs & DEX aggregators. ChainHash also plans to introduce additional products, such as yield aggregators, to help users get the best value and generate revenue.

It’s cofounded by Puneet, Vaijanath, Shailesh, and Saurabh – all of whom were early contributors to Shardeum and met each other that way. Most recently, the team onboarded Nischal Shetty (cofounder, Shardeum) and Ajeet Khurana (cofounder, Reflexical) as advisors to ChainHash. The project has received a lot of attention and traction from the community, with some highlights below:

  • DApp Users: 20k+
  • Unique Active Wallets: 5k+
  • Total Unique Addresses: 6k
  • Total Transactions on Shardeum Liberty 2.1: 30k+
  • ChainHash ranked in the “Top 25” projects in with 30k+ members

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Last Updated on June 28, 2023

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