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March 22, 2021, 02:29:34 PM
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It is very good that Ethereum decentralized applications are moving to other blockchains. Now it becomes more convenient to use all products on different blockchains. With such a massive migration of projects to other blockchains ether may lose its leadership among altcoins...
I don't even think sushi will be fully migrating into the ethereum and the question is when this platform was migrating to the ethereum and what kind of assets that will be traded on the sushi? we know that if avax was a new platform and so many assets were still using ethereum and how it can bring demand for the sushi swap on avax.
I would like to say that's not a smart move but if this is just another expansion by the team and it's not a problem.


I just feel curious about where will the liquidity be coming from?



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March 24, 2021, 01:36:02 AM
Last edit: April 01, 2021, 12:21:54 AM by Billo_
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I just feel curious about where will the liquidity be coming from?
I don't know, let's wait for official announcement from Sushiswap
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