Gelato announced on Monday, November 29, through its Twitter account, that it was implemented in Avalanche, so it is now available for developers and users of all experience levels who want to automate their activity in Avalanche.
“Gelato is finally available to developers and users of all experience levels who want to automate their Avalanche activity. Avalanche developers are already leveraging Gelato Network for bridging and trading. So if you’re not on AVAX yet, visit xpollinate to bridge here. Next, place a limit order with Trader Joe through Sorbet Finance. And swoooosh, you’ve used amazing Gelato-powered features under the hood”, he said through an article posted on the Medium platform.
The company explained that, since its launch in September 2020, Avalanche is one of the fastest growing organic ecosystems in crypto. It now has more than 350 projects built on the platform, including top-notch DeFi projects like Aave, Curve, BENQi, Sushi, and The Graph, and business apps for leaders in culture and sports with Topps and Andretti Autosport. Avalanche is experiencing all-time highs in user activity, including transaction volume, unique addresses (now over 700,000), and assets transferred from Ethereum to Avalanche via the Avalanche Bridge ($5.7B).
In his view, Gelato Network has deployed its battle-proven infrastructure for multi-chain smart contract automation and to power a wide range of EVM applications. By using Gelato, dapp developers can seamlessly automate the execution of their smart contract functions to complete a wide variety of jobs, including simple recurring DevOps tasks such as automatic rewards distribution and comprehensive automated functions such as management of liquidity or limit orders for AMM.
And finally, the company indicated that Gelato has also implemented this key piece of infrastructure that was missing from the Web3 stack at Avalanche and activity is already increasing. Most recently, Connext integrated Gelato’s Multi-Chain Relay API that ensures transaction speed and reliability as users connect their assets to Avalanche and beyond.
“We are pleased to see more developer-centric projects deploying their infrastructure on Avalanche. Ice Cream’s mission to developers to give and their users the necessary platform and tools to automate smart contracts is truly exciting”, said Luigi D’Onorio DeMeo, director at Ava Labs.
Similarly, the company highlighted that among the first dapps to use Gelato on Avalanche is Sorbet Finance, which launched with limit orders for Trader Joe users. Sorbet Finance is a leading DEX tools platform on DeFi offering limit orders on Ethereum, Polygon, BSC and now Avalanche. The web interface uses Gelato’s limit command library. Gelato’s npm limit-orders-lib and limit-orders-react packages have already provided a single and easy solution for developers to connect native limit orders to their AMM or other DEX of their choice, in just 10 minutes! And both libraries already have limit order support in both Trader Joe’s and Pangolin.
“Finally, Gelato Network now also (officially) live on Avalanche. I am excited to join this community of amazing builders and users. At Gelato, we are going to contribute our long-proven infrastructure network and our tools that enable repeated automated interactions with all your favorite Avalanche dapps”, said Luis, legendary member of the Gelato Network.