This week, Sushi added more blockchains to the MISO v2 launchpad. The new additions include Avalanche, Arbitrum, Polygon and Ethereum. With the latest deployment, the Sushi team announced in a Twitter post that its MISO v2 has been deployed to the major blockchains in the industry.
Sushi announced the release of its token deployment platform, MISO v2 on several blockchains. MISO which is a permissionless, multi-chain-supporting launchpad was formerly released on blockchains such as BSC, Fantom, Matic, Harmony and Moonbeam.
🍾 MISO’s been deployed on all the major chains! 🥣
— SushiSwap (@SushiSwap) April 20, 2022
Eliminates Advanced Technical Expertise
According to a Medium post by the Sushi team, the multi-chain launchpad gives developers and creators the platform on which to launch a token without the need for technical know-how. In essence, the MISO v2 gives those creators who are not tech savvy, the opportunity to launch their tokens on any of the supporting blockchains.
The team also announced that this would enable ease of interaction for creators on the web 3.0 while eliminating the need for technical expertise in the quest for the auction of tokens to communities.
Improved User Interface
They highlighted that this improved UX opens up the auctioning process as well as the elimination of advanced technical skills in the token launching process.
The release added that the MISO v2 would incentivize the token launching process and enable faster growth for cryptocurrency communities. This project has essentially integrated Sushi with several communities of growing protocols and decentralized applications.
Sushi has been playing an active role in the DeFi space as a market maker. These projects help bring traditional financial services into the decentralized space.