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Alium Finance Introducing Hybrid DEX Liquidity to Address Liquidity Limitations, Trade Your Favorite Crypto With Unlimited Liquidity

PRESS RELEASE. Using the latest Developments on the Decentralized Finance Market Alium introduces the Hybrid Liquidity Model, allowing users to trade almost any crypto using the Liquidity available both on Alium and the rest of the DeFi market.

Hybrid liquidity allows traders to use both Liquidities available on Alium and on most of the major exchanges using the algorithm to pick the best price available all in one place. This makes Alium a perfect DeFi hub with quite a few Networks (BSC, HECO, MATIC, ETH, FTM, and METIS) already available and even more coming.

Hybrid Liquidity and Cross-Chain Bridges

The hybrid Liquidity model is a major milestone in fixing the Liquidity issues on the Cross-Chain DEX Market. By minimizing the need for liquidity in Cross-Chain Swaps to a few key pairs, Alium allows for a seamless, secure, and optimal Traders’ experience.

Hybrid Liquidity and Strong Holders’ and Strong Stakers’ Pools

Strong Holders’ Pools pioneered by Alium in Q4 2021 are a great tool for holders to monetize hold term HODLing. This way to earn tokens by simply sticking around is getting more and more popular, and new projects are joining in to create SHP for their tokens in the near future.

The Next Step in the SHP development is Strong Stakers’ Pools, a hybrid solution allowing users to combine Staking Rewards with Holder Rewards to maximize their profits in the long run. The Hybrid Liquidity model will allow Alium Users to join any upcoming SHPs and SSPs in a matter of a few clicks.

Stay tuned for further Developments by joining our communities:

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