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Ecosystem Update: Solus x Shardeum

We are pleased to welcome Solus, a gamified derivative trading platform, to the Shardeum ecosystem. By combining community and fun, Solus is on a mission to bring trading enthusiasts to derivative trading and help novice traders become pro-future and options traders. It also involves several levels of trading at a lower risk, learning from content and community.

Since launching its MVP on Feb 22, 2023, Solus has over 126 wallets and 100+ users on its platform who are learning, playing, and earning through gamified derivatives. With its multi-level game and real-time derivative features, Solus is designed to teach users complex derivatives and minimize losses, all while having fun.

Solus is already integrated with Shardeum, and all wallets are created on our network. Solus is also giving away 100 Solus coins (worth 10 cents) to every new user, which can be used to purchase and hedge positions in crypto, stock, and forex derivatives markets.

We look forward to seeing more users join the platform and learn how to become pro-future and options traders through Solus’s gamified approach.

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Last Updated on June 28, 2023

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