Sep 11, 2023 Frank Stewskid

PancakeSwap's New Milestone: Introducing Perpetuals v2 on Arbitrum

PancakeSwap has extended its decentralized finance (DeFi) offerings by launching Perpetuals v2 on the Arbitrum network. This new development follows the platform's earlier successful integration of Swap, Liquidity Pools, and Farm functionalities onto Arbitrum. With features such as low trading fees, high leverage, and additional yield opportunities, this article provides a comprehensive analysis of what Perpetuals v2 brings to the table.

Key Features and Benefits

Trading Fees: A Competitive Edge

Perpetuals v2 introduces a trading fee of 0.05%, positioning it as one of the most cost-effective platforms in the DeFi ecosystem. This low fee structure is beneficial for traders who seek to maximize their profitability.

Leverage: A Double-Edged Sword

With up to 150x leverage, Perpetuals v2 allows traders to amplify their market strategies. However, it's essential to note that high leverage also increases the financial risk, so prudent risk management is crucial.

Security Measures: A Pillar of Reliability

Perpetuals v2 employs a dual oracle model that integrates real-time price feeds from Chainlink and a custom Binance Oracle. Additionally, the platform's smart contracts have undergone audits by established security firms, ensuring a secure trading environment.

Additional Trading Opportunities

For traders looking for higher risk and reward, the Degen Mode offers up to 500x leverage, zero slippage, and no opening position fees. On the yield generation front, the new ApolloX (ALP) Syrup Pool allows users to stake ALP tokens and earn rewards in CAKE tokens, with an APY of over 20% at launch.

Implications for CAKE Token Holders

Perpetuals v2 is designed to benefit not just traders but also CAKE token holders. Specifically, 20% of all opening and closing fees from new users will be converted to CAKE tokens and burnt. This is expected to have a positive impact on the value of CAKE tokens over time.


Frank Stewskid

Frank Stewskid

Last updated: Sep 11, 2023

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