Lumia Stream

Welcome to Lumia Stream: Powering the Future of DeFi

The Challenge of Spread-Out Liquidity

In the world of blockchain, we're moving fast into a future with many chains - like L1 and L2 technologies. This is great for growth, but it makes liquidity spread thin across different chains and exchanges. Often, projects struggle to keep or attract this essential liquidity, making it hard for good ideas to take off because they can't get the financial backing they need.

How Lumia Changes the Game

Lumia Stream steps in as a game-changer. It’s natively built on Lumia L2 and on the main EVM blockchains, it's easy to integrate via guided SDKs to help developers focus on making their projects unique and engaging without worrying about attracting liquidity. Here's how:

Easy Access to Liquidity

Lumia Stream aggregate both centralized (CEXs) and decentralized exchanges (DEXs) to bring together the liquidity of the entire crypto market. This means developers can start their projects with the liquidity resources they need right from the start, whether they need Spot or Perpetuals liquidity.

MEV Protection

All trades using decentralized CEX liquidity will be protected from MEV and frontrunning, being decentralized p2p agreements between the trader and Lumia Stream's Liquidity Nodes.

Atomic Swap Bridge

Lumia Stream has built a bridge with Atomic Swaps with Hashed Time Lock Contracts (HTLCs), to allow trustless cross chain bridging of native assets. The cryptographic technology behind this bridge allow Lumia Stream to perform permissionless cross chain swaps without the risks of mint and burn mechanisms and without the need to rely on a multisig.

Transmuted AMM Price Curves and Virtual Order Books

Lumia Stream has included in its SDK the possibility for developers to create a virtual order book showing paths between multiple exchanges (DEXs and CEXs) and Transmuted AMM Price Curves, which allows the Virtual Order Book to show pools from AMMs of any kind as quotes on an order book.

To learn more, read the Lumia Stream documentation at this link

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