Neon EVM is a solution that lets Ethereum dApp developers use familiar solidity tooling to scale performance and and access liquidity native to Solana.
Swing plans to use Neon EVM to enable movement and trading of cross-chain liquidity between major EVM networks and Solana. By integrating Neon EVM, Swing users will be able to tap into decentralized liquidity across top DEXs on Solana including Moraswap, Saber, Raydium, Octaswap, Neonswap, and more.
The solution built by Neon Labs allows all Ethereum applications to be run on Solana without any changes to their codebases.
“We believe multi-chain ecosystems are here to stay with liquidity platforms like Swing drastically improving the cross-chain user experience.” said Marina Guryeva, CEO of Neon Labs.
“Solana has seen an astronomical increase in liquidity and community growth. We hope this partnership will help unify liquidity across EVM and Solana networks improving access to all crypto assets.” said Viveik Vivekananthan, Founder of Swing.
About Neon EVM
Neon EVM enables Ethereum developers to continue using the EVM on Solana, thus running dApps developed with Ethereum tooling that aim to scale performance and access to liquidity using Solana. It is best suited to Ethereum developers that want to deploy scalable decentralized applications (dApps) from day one, or reach new users in a multi-chain strategy involving the Solana blockchain.For more information about Neon EVM, visit neonlabs.org.
Swing is cross-chain liquidity protocol on major EVM networks such as Polygon, BSC, Avalanche, xDai, Fantom and more. It aggregates major liquidity sources and bridges to execute the best price and lowest slippage on trades and transfers. The project helps crypto traders and yield farmers move crypto capital efficiently across blockchains via a web application and upcoming API product.
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