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Ecosystem Update: UniLend Finance x Shardeum

Shardeum is thrilled to welcome UniLend Finance to its ecosystem. UniLend Finance is a multichain permissionless lending and borrowing protocol for all ERC-20 tokens. It aims to develop a futuristic base layer for all DeFi applications.

UniLend seeks to empower users and make every digital asset productive. With the UniLend V2 launch on Shardeum Sphinx (betanet), it took a leap forward to scale its permissionless lending and borrowing. This move allows UniLed to offer users lightning-fast transaction speeds, increased scalability, and enhanced security. Users can experience UniLend V2 permissionless lending & borrowing faster, cheaper & more securely with innovative features: Isolated Dual Asset Pools, NFT tokenization, and Concentrated Liquidation. Users can also easily create a dual asset pool for lending & borrowing for any pair of assets in a permissionless manner with price feed oracles and gas optimization.

UniLend’s permissionless lending and borrowing functionality will empower every token on Shardeum and offer comprehensive DeFi functionality to the community.

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