Cross-Chain Liquidity

Our main liquidity outlet is an Ethereum Bridge. A light Ethereum client embedded in our custom blockchain to bridge with MainNet. Users can lock their assets on Ethereum using smart contracts and bridge liquidity to our private economy. It does not involve any third parties, and assets are locked by the chain. Hence, trustless.

Automated Market Makers

Automated market makers (AMMs) allow digital assets to be traded without permission and automatically by using liquidity pools instead of a traditional market of buyers and sellers.

Automated Market Makers (AMMs) were introduced into the crypto world and soon became the poster child for DEXs and liquidity in DeFi. In essence, instead of utilizing order books, an AMM exchange pools together liquidity provided by others and makes market according to a deterministic algorithm. Traders gain access to the increased liquidity provided, while regular users can reap benefits in the form of trading fees simply by providing liquidity of their idle assets.

Unlike many other blockchain technologies, our stack is constantly simulating the economy, triggering spatial, timed and flow events. Not only is it bot-friendly, but automation is encouraged. Ideal for research, persistent games, automated market makers (AMMs), etc. The end goal is to optimize for a continuous, interactive, and provably fair economics simulation.

Liquidity sources in SugarFunge are designed to be flexible. Projects can bootstrap liquidity using an AMM implementation of their choice - Uniswap-like pools, Balancer-like LBP, auctions and an NFT marketplace.

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