The launch of OpenOcean V2, dubbed OpenOcean Atlantic, introduces a slew of new features. OpenOcean Atlantic runs across aggregated networks, including Binance Smart Chain, Avalanche, Polygon, Solana, and Fantom. There is also support for OKExChain, Tron, Ontology, and Heco.
OpenOcean Atlantic implements a revamped algorithm and protocol to optimize trades for the best possible returns. The algorithm leverages multiple parameters, such as better price, lower gas fee & slippage, and optimised routing.
OpenOcean beats opposition in 60% of trades
In comments provided to insidebitcoins, an OpenOcean spokesperson said: “After many months of hard work and interaction with our great community, we are happy to launch Atlantic version. We are very satisfied with the new version because we deliver based on our roadmap and provide our users outperforming returns on their trades.”
“After many months of hard work and interaction with our great community, we are happy to launch Atlantic version. We are very satisfied with the new version because we deliver based on our roadmap and provide our users outperforming returns on their trades.”
The spokesperson added: “Testing shows that OpenOcean Atlantic is better in 60% of the cases compared to other leading DEX aggregators.”
The OpenOcean team experimented with its native solution, ParaSwap, and 1inch across multiple batches with different trade volumes across different blockchains to conduct the tests. Even when tests were conducted in parallel, OpenOcean Atlantic came out top of the class most of the time, the project claims.
Further enhancements to include stop-loss and limit orders
In addition to the OpenOcean Atlantic upgrade, the team has also enhanced the routing algorithm, front page, and roadmap.
The project also has plans trading terminals will be overhauled soon and offer enhanced features. For example, a future update will bring stop-loss and limit orders to OpenOcean Atlantic, opening the door to deeper automated trading options. Another addition to look forward to in the future, says the team, is grid trading for volatile assets.
OpenOcean says it will continue to make tweaks and improvements focused on, for example, improving spot trading and derivative aggregations, two features that will benefit traders globally. The team is also exploring opportunities for margin trading to enable greater capital efficiency.