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As we prepare for the May 17th launch of our Sushi token launchpad, MISO, we want to share with our community, some of the exciting ingredients that you can cook with. If you haven’t yet, we invite you to read the introductory article for this unique and exciting launchpad, here.

To refresh your memory, Ingredients are a nickname for the smart contract infrastructures that are needed for any new token. That being said, this article will lay out the different smart contract features or “Ingredients” that projects or people can mix to create their new cryptocurrencies. …

MISO: Minimal Initial SushiSwap Offering

Sushi’s newest product to rise from a governance proposal is, aptly named, token launchpad platform, MISO. You voted for it, so we got to work and over the last few months, we took the initial MISO proposal and tailored it to meet the expectations of the Sushi community that has grown to be the powerhouse that it is today. From its onset, the goal of MISO has stayed the same — a focus on encouraging projects to launch their tokens on Sushi. But, as with all Sushi products, expect the unexpected, because what can we say?, …

Great news… Your vote passed and we made it happen! Our Sushi multichain family is growing and Matic (Soon to be Polygon — So, glad we got that play on words in before it was too late) has joined the SUSHI party! If you want to try out the Sushi ecosystem on Polygon, but don’t know how, this tutorial will walk you through the steps to do so. We wrote this document because the Polygon chain can be a little more complex than a simple network switch, due to the option of using the Matic bridge.

The Matic network bridge…

Have you ever seen a BentoBox? Maybe you’ve even eaten one, but in case you are unfamiliar, a BentoBox, in Japan, is a small container filled with the usual dishes that make up a Japanese lunch. Hence the product name, Sushi’s BentoBox is a token vault that can support a collection of Dapps. Users can interact with these many Dapps in a gas-efficient manner, by leveraging the benefits of using a mutual token vault. …

Sushi recently launched Kashi, an innovative lending and margin trading protocol that uses a unique risk isolation architecture in order to support a broad set of previously inaccessible token pairs for lending. In order to ensure that Kashi markets are secured by a robust and proven oracle solution, we are excited to announce that we have integrated the widely used Chainlink Price Feeds on the Ethereum Mainnet and Binance Smart Chain.

Start your Sushi experience with a nice hot MISO

MISO is a suite of open-source smart contracts created to ease the process of launching a new project on the SushiSwap exchange. MISO is a place for token creators and communities to launch new project tokens. We aim to create a launchpad for both technical and non-technical project founders, which will allow communities and projects access to all the options they need for a secure and successful deployment to the SushiSwap exchange.

The Ingredients

MISO creates a collection of out-of-the-box smart contracts for non-technical founders to choose over more traditional and code-oriented methods…

What is already in the roadmap from 2020 and being worked on :

Sushibar v2 following vote of Simp#1

- No lockup so we can integrate inside Aave-Maker

- Keep3r auto-serving of rewards

Wrapped-SLP to be used in various money market

(Earn while deploying your capital).

Hard to follow all of the channels — news with Sushiswap here, we will distill and concisely what you can anticipate from us.

AMM v2 + Deriswap

In addition to the current version of Deriswap, we would like to present

Mirin by Levx


  • Franchised Pools
  • Double Yield
  • K3PR dynamic Yield Rebalancing
  • Integrated 1-Click Zap
  • New LP…

written by Levx ( Sushiswap contributor)

Typically AMMs only settle orders with market price, which represents a significant limitation compared to orderbook driven exchanges. SushiSwap addresses this critical AMM pain point with the release of the limit order feature.

How do SushiSwap limit orders work?

Limit orders on SushiSwap work in a completely decentralized manner, without the need of any centralized authority. The system consists of two contracts: OrderBook and Settlement.


OrderBook keeps limit orders that users have submitted. Anyone can call and create a limit order with the amount to sell and a minimum price.

As an interesting aside, OrderBook isn’t deployed on the mainnet…

Migration was a success congratulations to everyone involved and the LP who are going to be receiving some extra SUSHI to their wallets very soon.

Community Highlights 🌸

Here is some community-led project done in the past few days I wanted to highlight before starting the road map plan

Sushi Docs

A documentation website aggregating every informations, questions and tutorials about SushiSwap available in French, Chinese and Russian !

Thanks to Adam !

SushiSwap Vision

Our very own Zippo went ahead and decided to fork to help us have some relevant information on the current TVL — pools — volume — etc.

An evolution of Uniswap with SUSHI tokenomics.

📈 Origin

In the two years since its launch, 🦄 Uniswap has solidified its position as one of the mainstays in DeFi. Along with that, their protocol design has become a standard in and of itself, one in which many projects have come to derive its mechanics from.

With that, we have designed SushiSwap as the next step forward in the Uniswap protocol design: an evolution. Taking Uniswap’s elegant core design, we’ve added community-oriented features that we believe help improve the design of the protocol, as well as provide further benefits to the actors involved.

🎨 Protocol Design

💧 Liquidity Provider Incentives

Of course, one of the natural questions…

Sushi 🍣 A community-led cryptocurrency exchange, part of the Yearn DeFi ecosystem

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