ThunderCore, a secure, high-performance, EVM-compatible public blockchain, announced that its decentralized exchange (DEX) platform TTSwap is now open-source.
Launched back in 2019, TTSwap was the first decentralized exchange (DEX) started on ThunderCore. Since then, TTSwap has seen significant growth in usage and popularity.
“Open source is all about empowering users and developers, and that’s why we set out to build the next-generation blockchain — ThunderCore, and decentralized exchange — TTSwap in the first place. As long-time believers of the crypto vision and advocates of the open source community, we believe open-source truly benefits everyone.”
– The ThunderCore Team
Smart contract developers can now check out the GitHub repo and build on TTSwap:
ThunderCore is a public blockchain with its own native currency, Thunder Token (TT). With a consensus protocol that overcomes the scalability “trilemma” called PaLa, the ThunderCore network offers 4,000+ TPS, sub-second confirmation times, and low gas fees that cost less than a fraction of a dollar, giving decentralized applications security and scalability.