Binance Now Integrates PancakeSwap And Kyber Network For Increased Liquidity
- Binance has completed integrations of PancakeSwap (CAKE) on Ethereum (ERC20) and Kyber Network (KNC) on Polygon.
- Users can now deposit and withdraw CAKE and KNC tokens on their respective networks, with smart contract addresses provided.
Binance integrates PancakeSwap (CAKE) on Ethereum and Kyber Network (KNC) on Polygon networks, increasing liquidity and accessibility.
Binance has announced the completion of the integrations of PancakeSwap (CAKE) on the Ethereum (ERC20) network and Kyber Network (KNC) on the Polygon network.
Deposits and withdrawals for PancakeSwap (CAKE) and Kyber Network (KNC) tokens are now open on the Ethereum (ERC20) and Polygon networks, respectively. This integration is expected to bring significant benefits to the users of these networks, including increased liquidity and accessibility.
The smart contract addresses for CAKE (ERC20) and KNC (Polygon) are:
With the implementation of these integrations, Binance continues to demonstrate its commitment to providing its users with access to a wide range of cryptocurrencies and networks.
For those unaware, KyberSwap is the flagship product powered by the Kyber Network. Built on Ethereum, KyberSwap is a multi-chain decentralized exchange (DEX) that allows users to conduct transactions on any of its 12 supported networks, including Ethereum, Polygon, BNB, Avalanche, and Optimism.
KyberSwap aims to solve the daily liquidity challenges many DeFi Traders encounter while maximizing rewards for liquidity providers with superior capital-efficient pools.
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