- Crypto exchange aggregator OpenOcean recently added Polygon
- After asking users which network to add, Polygon gained 44,000 votes
- As Polygon was on top of the list, OpenOcean proceeded to add it to the network
The DeFi and CeFi full aggregation protocol OpenOcean recently connected to the Polygon blockchain. The crypto exchange aggregator ran a poll that asked users which network to add next. The result was clear — Polygon topped the list with 44,000 votes.
In an official announcement by the OpenOcean team, 100,000 of its native OOE tokens will be given away in the coming weeks to encourage people to trade on Polygon.
OpenOcean Co-Founder Cindy notes that they “have come to learn that our DeFi users and traders have a strong preference for more open and powerful Ethereum-compatible blockchain networks that offer cheaper and faster transactions.”
The OpenOcean platform facilitates instant spot trading by finding the best price and lowest slippage in both centralized and decentralized exchanges.
The platform plans to release more cross-chain aggregations that enable trades across different chains in the near future.