Quadency launches on SushiSwap as platform adds DEX Trading
Quadency is excited to announce the listing of its native utility token QUAD on SushiSwap after implementing a major platform upgrade to meet the demands of its fast-growing user base and expansion into DeFi. The SushiSwap listing marks the historic first market appearance of QUAD tokens and the introduction of liquidity pools for QUAD market pairs, as the team prepares to launch the Quadency exchange.
Quadency has been building trading tools and automation that simplify the digital asset trading experience since its launch in 2018, with backing from the DASH Investment Foundation, private and public sales, and a proven business model via premium bot strategies.
QUAD will be the native platform and utility token behind Quadency’s expansion into DeFi and DEX trading, enabling permissionless, self-custodial trading across multiple exchanges with industry-low trading fees. QUAD will also be used on the Quadency platform to enhance and streamline the community’s user experience.
“The QUAD token is an integral part of our phased expansion, allowing us to continue simplifying the digital asset experience by adding the convenience of managing DeFi and CeFi assets together under a unified account.” – Rosh Singh, Quadency CEO.
The Quadency platform partners with leading crypto exchanges, including Binance, Coinbase, Kucoin, OKEx and Bittrex, to aggregate digital assets across all exchanges into a portfolio management tool with automated strategies and advanced data analytics.
Quadency is a cryptocurrency portfolio management platform that aggregates digital asset exchanges into one easy-to-use interface for traders and investors of all skill levels. Users access simplified automated bot strategies and a 360 portfolio view with a free account.
For more information, please visit https://quadency.com/.
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