Sushi has launched Trident which is a production framework for building and deploying AMMs.
Decentralized Exchange (DEX) Sushi has released a beta version of its new Trident Automated Market Maker (AMM) framework on Polygon.
According to the blog post from Wednesday, Trident is a production framework for building and deploying AMMs, but it is not just an AMM itself.
Sushi claims that Trident is different from the usual hard-coded AMMs like Uniswap and Curve. Instead, it allows anyone to create their own pools. So, this is a production framework for building and deploying AMMs.
“While AMMs can be created using the Trident code, there isn’t a specific AMM at the center of Trident. Instead, there is a framework for creating any AMM anyone would ever need.”
Trident is an attempt at consolidating hard-coded swap environments like those found in Uniswap, Curve, and Balancer. Through this consolidation, the development process can occur more rapidly at a community level.
It has an IPool interface that collects various methods such as swap, flashSwap, mint, burn, etc. IPool is touted as “like the ERC-20 token standard was needed for token types to become efficient, the IPool standard is needed to make pool types more efficient.”
Earlier developer infrastructure was limited to cryptocurrencies. Now it is moving towards creating infrastructure for other projects too. This will result in the rapid development of Decentralized Applications (DApps) that will drive further adoption of Web3.
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