SushiSwap is a decentralised exchange run by a community DAO. Sushi supports multiple networks, including Ethereum and Polygon. This allows swaps to occur for GET pools on both network.
As Sushi puts it themselves:
Sushi is a community-driven organization built to solve what might be called the “liquidity problem.”
You can read more about Sushi here:
In November 2021, GET Protocol transitioned its DEX of choice along with the Liquidity Provider Reward program to SushiSwap.
Sushi offers an all in one platform for $GET acquisition across Ethereum & Polygon, reducing complexity and barrier of entry significantly.
Having deep liquidity across both networks is critical for ensuring ticketing integrators can seamlessly top up their GET for event ticketing needs and therefore SushiSwap provides an excellent platform to support the growth and stability of liquidity.
What are the GET pools on SushiSwap?
Pools on SushiSwap will be set up before the 17th November 2021.
GET/WETH on Polygon:
WETH-GET | SushiSwap Analytics
GET/ETH on Ethereum:
GET-WETH | SushiSwap Analytics
Which network should I choose?
For those new to our community or perhaps the cryptocurrency space in general, it can sometimes be a tricky choice knowing which network to use.
We recommend choosing the Polygon network for those looking to avoid high gas fees. Making transactions over the Polygon network is currently significantly cheaper than Ethereum and therefore is the best method for $GET acquisition with less fees.
Buying $GET Guides
Choose the below Ethereum guide for acquiring and storing $GET on the Ethereum blockchain: