Shardeum is thrilled to welcome SYNTHR to its ecosystem. SYNTHR is an omnichain synthetic asset protocol that provides users access to frictionless interoperability and slippage-free multichain liquidity. It uses novel systems for collateral management, risk mitigation, price stability, cross-chain interoperability, and composability. Two critical aspects of the decentralized ecosystem have made implementing the protocol’s framework possible. The first is the advent of efficient oracle networks, which provide tamper-proof inputs, outputs, and computations to support advanced smart contracts. The second is the evolution of on-chain debt management principles to maintain protocol solvency and liquidity.
The integration will have the following benefits for users:
- Swap into any asset on any chain with zero slippage without bridging.
- Mint synthetic assets (by staking collateral – ETH, USDC, and USDT) and add syAsset liquidity on partner DEXs. LPs earn not only swap fees but also a share of protocol fees.
- Take chain-agnostic price exposure to assets. Users can take price exposure to assets not listed in the user’s native ecosystem in their synthetic forms.
- Create cross-chain CDPs (collateral on one chain and mint on a second chain).
- Trade cross-chain futures, options, and perps (collateral on one chain and trade on a more gas-efficient chain).
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Last Updated on July 24, 2023