Router Protocol: Development Update (July 7)

Development updates

  • Automation of stuck transaction processing — some of our transactions get stuck due to various reasons such as RPC failures or gas-related issues; we have added retries on these transactions so that no transaction is stuck for a very long duration.
  • Voyager bug fixes — post we launched Voyager, we have been working on fixing some of the issues faced by users.
  • Same chain swaps with a different destination are now enabled on Voyager.
  • Sample UI implementation for JS SDK — we are nearing completion on creating a sample UI that would have JS SDK integrated. This will allow partners to quickly fork the code and integrate it into their own UI without having to put additional efforts on building UI.
  • Improvement on Router Crosstalk — continue our efforts on this initiative. It will allow users to sequence their fund transfer and instruction transfers.
  • Voting optimization — we continue to focus on optimizing our voting mechanism with a focus on reducing the overall voting cost and making it more scalable for being able to add more validators in the future for the voting on the destination chain. This is a longer project and is expected to take around 2.5–3 months to complete.
  • Continue efforts on integration of curve AMM-like implementations on our pathfinder to give more optimizations on the prices.
  • Firebird integration on Cronos — Firebird is a dex aggregator on Cronos which will help in providing better trades on Cronos chain
  • Fees module upgrades UI related changes
  • For Router CrossTalk we will be working on a script for setting up the fees-related configurations for cross-chain messaging.
  • Oak security is continuing the bridge audit along with smart contracts. The audit is near completion and we expect it to end tomorrow.
  • We are in the process of finishing the Hacken audit.

Marketing & Business Updates

Last week we announced the rechristening of our cross-chain bridge to Voyager: Go Anywhere, Everywhere.

Screencap of Voyager

On 6th July, we hosted an AMA with Router team. In the session, we answered all questions and explained the necessity of this redirection and what it means for the overarching roadmap for Router Protocol’s evolution. We were joined by Abhinav from Woodstock Fund, who shared his valuable insights. If you missed the AMA, we have you covered. You can hear the recording or read the summary here.

For the second week in a row, Router Protocol maintained its position as the dApps with the second-highest weekly volume on Polygon, according to .

Continuing the momentum of 3 successful edition of our trading competition, this week, we announced the launch of Voyage 4.0. Voyage 4.0 is conducted in collaboration with Perpetual Protocol on Optimism. For more details, check out our medium publication of the announcement.

This week we also disbursed the awards for the winners of Voyage 3.0. Here are the transaction details for the same:

Moreover, our $ROUTE — $USDC farm generates 400%+ APR in a 40-cent range. Users can stake their Uniswap V3 ROUTE-USDC liquidity on:

If you want to understand how the fee is distributed, refer to this article.

About Router Protocol

Router Protocol is building a suite of cross-chain infra primitives that aims to enable blockchain interoperability between current and emerging Layer 1 and Layer 2 blockchains.






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About Voyager

Voyager is a cross-chain swap and transfer DApp powered by Router Protocol. Voyager lets users swap any assets between different chains.


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Router Protocol

Router Protocol

A modular cross-chain communication protocol