PSTAKE is now live for trading and routing on the Jumper Exchange

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PSTAKE continues going multi-chain with its latest integration onto Jumper Exchange, powered by Li.Fi. Find out everything you need to know here.

With pSATKE continuing its venture into new and exciting blockchain ecosystems, it is proud to announce that its native token, PSTAKE, is now live for trading through routes on Jumper Exchange, powered by Li.Fi.

Introducing PSTAKE to new ecosystems is a strategic move in our growth strategy. By expanding to different blockchain networks, we are not only increasing accessibility and improving liquidity, but also paving the way for innovative solutions and inspiring new developments in the blockchain community. 

PSTAKE Integrated On Li.Fi Via Jumper Exchange

The PSTAKE token is now live on the Li.Fi ecosystem, where it can be traded and routed via the Jumper Exchange.

Jumper Exchange offers the best price execution for any swap across multiple blockchains, bringing chain abstraction to the forefront of the crypto world, powered by the Li.Fi API. The Li.Fi API allows developers to create products that swap, bridge, and zap assets across all major blockchains and protocols. With over $10 billion in total transfer volume across 5 million transfers, Li.Fi is proving itself in the multi-chain routing world, with a handful of aggregators building on its ecosystem.

One of the most efficient and user-friendly aggregators built on Li.Fi is the Jumper Exchange, a multi-chain liquidity aggregator that integrates over 23 chains, 15 bridges, and 32 decentralized exchanges. The platform’s seamless functionality and robust features create a user-friendly method to easily swap tokens between any integrated chains, earning it the moniker of “Crypto’s Everything Exchange.” Jumper Exchange utilizes the Li.Fi API to search for the most efficient route across various blockchain liquidity pools, helping users source liquidity and find the best rates for their trades. 

Now, with PSTAKE integrated into Jumper Exchange, users can easily bridge and trade assets from any of the routes supported by PSTAKE, including BNB, Base, Ethereum, and Blast. This means that users can transfer any asset from these popular blockchains to PSTAKE. For instance, users can now swap USDC on Base to PSTAKE on Ethereum with the Jumper Exchange, finding the best route and optimal prices for the trade. 

Why is PSTAKE Heading to Jumper Exchange?

pSTAKE is excited about its latest integration on the Jumper Exchange, which helps bring PSTAKE to the front of new users. The ability to transfer any asset directly into PSTAKE from any top-tier blockchain breaks down barriers to entry into the PSTAKE ecosystem, especially for those who struggle to sign up for a centralized exchange where PSTAKE is listed. 

Increased accessibility → More Liquidity → More Visibility → Expanding Presence.

Overall, integrating onto multi-chain bridges such as the Jumper Exchange provides a better opportunity to raise awareness about PSTAKE, helping grow our ecosystem further. 

About pSTAKE Finance:

pSTAKE Finance is a Bitcoin Yield and Liquid Staking protocol, backed by Binance Labs.

With pSTAKE Finance, users can liquid stake BTC to get rewards from Babylon’s Trustless BTC staking for securing other app chains while maintaining their liquidity, powered by institutional custody providers like Cobo.

Accessing Bitcoin yields should not be complex, risky, or unsafe. With four years of liquid staking expertise and expert-curated yield strategies, pSTAKE Finance helps individuals and institutions put their BTC to work in BTCfi.

pSTAKE Finance has partnered with leading blockchain security firms, such as Halborn, Hexens, Oak Security, Immunefi, Forta, and more, to offer a secure liquid staking product suite.

PSTAKE is the governance and incentivization token of the pSTAKE Finance protocol. It has some of the most prominent investors, including Binance Labs, DeFiance Capital, Spartan Group, Coinbase Ventures, and Kraken Ventures.

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