Orbs announced that they are now officially live on SpiritSwap. Orbs has been added to SpookySwap, the biggest DEX-AMM on Fantom, and the Orbs token address can be found on FTMScan, the official Fantom block explorer.
SpiritSwap is the second major integration of Orbs on Fantom and an important step to solidifying Orbs presence on this new chain!
SpiritSwap is an exciting & innovative DeFi AMM on Fantom. Apart from the standard features of swaps, adding liquidity and farming, Spirit also introduced their own version of vote-locked token called inSPIRIT.
There are currently 2 active ORBS pools on Spirit: ORBS-USDC and ORBS-FTM, with ~$25k in liquidity each. This means that users can now add liquidity and swap ORBS tokens on SpiritSwap.
- Set up a Fantom compatible wallet: If you’re using the Metamask wallet, here is a quick guide on how to configure Metamask for Fantom.
- Choose a cross-chain bridge: They recommend using the Multichain bridge as described in their recent blog post on the subject.
- Fund your wallet with FTM tokens: You can now bridge ORBS tokens into your Fantom wallet. In addition, make sure to send some FTM tokens – FTM is the native token on the Fantom network used to pay transaction fees.
Another Major Integration on Fantom!
Orbs’ expansion into the Fantom ecosystem is off to a great start with these integrations to Spooky and Spirit, two of the largest DEX-AMMs on Fantom.
With this latest integration, Orbs is now available on 7 major infrastructure chains: Ethereum, BSC, Polygon, Solana, Avalanche, Harmony and Fantom. In addition, Orbs can be found on well over 30 of the major DeFi platforms and protocols on each of these chains (such as UniSwap, SushiSwap, PancakeSwap, Kyber Network, 1inch, Alpaca Finance, Beefy Finance, QuickSwap, DinoSwap, Raydium, Trader Joe, Pangolin, SpookySwap, with more to come in the near future…).
Orbs is a public blockchain infrastructure operating as an independent execution layer enhancing the capabilities of EVM based smart contracts. The Orbs protocol is decentralized and executed by a public network of permissionless validators using Proof-of-Stake (PoS) consensus.