Swap, stake, lend, borrow, and earn seamlessly across multiple ecosystems
Kana Labs is a cross-chain bridge aggregator that caters to all key DeFi needs across multiple networks. Users can swap, stake, farm, lend, borrow, and more in a single multi-chain.
Registerd Country: India
Registered Date: November 10, 2021
20% - Ecosystem 20% - Team and Advisors 28% - Investors 17% - Partners and Marketing 2% - Liquidity of the Ecosystem 13% - Staking and Rewards
What is Kana Labs
Kana Labs is a platform that seeks to resolve the problem of a multi-chain web3 ecosystem and a cross-chain world where the networks do not talk to each other easily and those that do, do so in a very slow, costly, inefficient manner. We aim to achieve this by building a network of aggregated bridges which will serve as the core platform on top of which multiple chains can be integrated and this would provide an ecosystem for users and dapps to thrive on the platform in a seamless, easy manner across different chains by bringing in additional liquidity and better UX for all .
- Cross-Chain Transactions - Retail users can make use of our complemantary product suite to make cross-chain transactions and also swap/stake/yield-farm/lend/borrow as well. The cross-chain functionality will be hidden away from the user to make it a seamless and intuitive UX for the users.
- Additional Users and Liquidity - By integrating multiple networks on top of our underlying layer of bridges, Kana Labs would be able to source liquidity and users from all these networks. This can then be tapped upon by networks as well as dapps who want to grow their userbase and also add on to their use-cases as well.
- Build Cross-Chain Dapps - Dapps that want to go cross-chain would be able to easily and quickly build on our underlying multi-chain core and for this, they can make use of our simple SDK to access multiple functionality across multiple chains. The developers would not need to learn complex functionality or core blockchain programming for multiple chains as all this would be abstracted away by our SDK.