Orbs’ decentralized protocols dLIMIT and dTWAP are now available on PancakeSwap’s platform


Information provided with Finbold on April 11 indicates that PancakeSwap, a well-known multi-chain DEX, has incorporated Orbs’ cutting-edge dLimit and dTWAP protocols.

This connection is a huge step forward for decentralised finance (DeFi) trading capabilities. It allows PancakeSwap traders to use sophisticated order types, which ensure price execution and divide down big orders into smaller, more manageable transactions.

Among the top platforms that have integrated Orbs’ solutions are PancakeSwap, QuickSwap, SpookySwap, and Thena. PancakeSwap is the biggest DEX by trading volume to use this technology.

This action proves that Orbs is leading the DeFi pack and that its layer-3 technology is capable of pushing smart contract capabilities to new limits.

PancakeSwap is able to claim an impressive $6 billion in weekly transaction volume across many EVM chains, including BNB Chain, Ethereum, zkSync, and Arbitrum. By integrating dLIMIT and dTWAP, it can provide even better services.

These protocols provide consumers with more freedom in their trading techniques and also increase PancakeSwap’s product offering.

There are no extra fees for using dLIMIT’s advanced order types; the protocol is completely decentralized and composable.

Conversely, users are able to effortlessly execute such popular algorithmic trading methods thanks to the inclusion of decentralized time-weighted average price orders (dTWAP).

Ran Hammer, Orbs’s VP of business development, highlighted the benefits that dLIMIT and dTWAP provide to the millions of people who are passionate about DeFi:

“PancakeSwap has integrated dLIMIT and dTWAP, which gives millions of DeFi customers access to additional trading options. This further establishes the protocol as the gold standard for handling complex order types. Users of PancakeSwap will have improved order execution and more efficient trading capabilities, all while maintaining decentralization, because of dLIMIT and dTWAP.”

Six chains have adopted the dLIMIT and dTWAP protocols, making them the de facto standard; these protocols have also enabled trade volumes exceeding $40 million.

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