QuickSwap Introduces Limit Orders: Powered by Gelato
Dragonites, rejoice! Starting today, QuickSwap users on desktop can execute limit orders on the DEX natively here: https://quickswap.exchange/#/limit-order
Please note: Mobile users do not yet have access to QuickSwap limit orders.
Although limit orders aren’t new to Polygon, they are new to QuickSwap. Now, users can get the same reliable limit order experience they’re used to on Polygon’s most trusted DEX.
DeFi is the fastest growing industry in the world, and as more users onboard, they request additional features. Currently, native limit orders are the most often requested. Thus, the alliance between QuickSwap and Gelato was born to solve for two significant issues:
- High Gas Fees
- Lack of CEX features
Gelato’s limit order offering has been tested for several months, and Certik recently audited Gelato’s limit orders. You can view the results of the audit on their website.
Below is the new tab, showing limit orders. It’s simple. Just choose the 2 assets you’d like to swap, and pick a price to execute. You can also view open, cancelled, and executed orders.
After the success of Sorbet Finance on Polygon, we knew that a partnership between QuickSwap and Gelato was the next natural step. This way, QuickSwap’s users can have native limit orders on the platform; ultimately, to the benefit of Polygon’s community.
Stay tuned for additional announcements and integrations as we further develop our alliance with Gelato.
QuickSwap is a permissionless decentralized exchange, powered by Polygon’s Layer 2 scalability infrastructure. Incorporating a community-focused governance structure and a fair token distribution model, QuickSwap is empowering traders while removing the costly barriers to entry to DEXs for the general crypto user.
Gelato is the automation layer of Ethereum and beyond, giving projects a one-stop solution to fulfill all of their automation needs. Gelato is building the underlying infrastructure for automation to become a foundational pillar of the Web3 middleware stack, enabling trustless, automated flows of value between all smart contracts and upcoming Layer 2 networks.