Hashport Monthly Review: October 2022
October was an extremely exciting month for Hashport. We integrated more tokens in a single month than ever before, leading DEXes on Hedera created many new DeFi opportunities with hashport-supported tokens, and we worked diligently on a surprise that will be revealed soon. 👀
Read on for our October review.
Highlights of the Month:
- Hashport now supports 32 tokens! Learn more about them in our summary of the 17 newly-integrated tokens.
- Hashport-supported HTS tokens are now available in new liquidity pools on Hedera’s leading decentralised exchanges, SaucerSwap and HeliSwap, enabling users to earn staking rewards.
- Our newly-integrated $QNT token has recently surged, deep dive into an analysis by Blockpour.
- In our latest edition of Hashport Explores: Hedera’s Main Strength vs Competition, we compare various networks and consensus mechanisms.
- Calling all devs: Hashport Developer Docs are ready, enabling developers to reference and integrate our interoperability directly into their dApps. Our recently published tweet thread & Medium blog provide basic guides for non-engineers.
- Port directly from SaucerSwap and HeliSwap using the “Bridge” button on these DEXes.
- What does it mean to port tokens using Hashport? HeliSwap published a blog about the locking, minting, & burning process on our platform.
- We featured StableNode for the October edition of validator spotlight, and participated in a Twitter Spaces with HelloFutureBuzz and StableNode’s COO — Doo Wan Nam talking about decentralised governance and node validation.
- Messari published a report that revealed Hedera ended Q3 with USD100M in TVL. Hashport is proud to enable interoperability & contribute to the growth of DeFi on Hedera.
- Since HackPack was integrated onto Hashport, users enjoyed a seamless experience in porting tokens and accessing services on Hedera. Read our tweet thread.to learn more about how the HashPack wallet & HashConnect could be integrated into a React/Recoil dApp.
In October, we doubled the number of tokens available on the hashport portal. For your reference, we’ve compiled contract addresses and token IDs below:
BUSD [hts]: 0.0.1302528
TUSD [hts]: 0.0.1304788
COMP [hts]: 0.0.1304729
CRV [hts]: 0.0.1304781
SHIB [hts]: 0.0.1304735
APE [hts]: 0.0.1304748
QNT [hts]: 0.0.1304757
AXS [hts]: 0.0.1304767
LCX [hts]: 0.0.1304772
CODE [hts]: 0.0.1304795
JOE [hts]: 0.0.1302480
GMX [hts]: 0.0.1302499
PTP [hts]: 0.0.1302509
QI [hts]: 0.0.1302512
CAKE [hts]: 0.0.1302527
Hashport has integrated 17 new tokens onto the portal! Read more about the New Token Additions to Hashport
The Hashport APIs are now live, enabling developers to plug hashport’s secure interoperability functionality right into their dApp. For more information on benefits & how to integrate, read our blog here: Introducing the Hashport API
Hashport came around as a way to connect Hedera to other blockchain networks & has since grown into a truly multichain interoperability solution. In our latest edition of Hashport Explores, we compare all of our currently supported networks: Hashport Explores: Hedera’s Main Strength vs Competition
hashport is the enterprise-grade public utility that facilitates the movement of digital assets between distributed networks, extending their functionality in a quick, secure, and cost-effective way. In order to remain platform-neutral, hashport functions without the use of a proprietary token. The network is built on a robust and performant architecture, secured and operated by a group of industry-leading validator partners from around the world. hashport has passed a rigorous security audit and follows industry best practices; regularly performing comprehensive network tests to ensure the integrity of the network.
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