Beamswap in strategic partnership with Swing

The widget’s integration brings in broader cross-chain swap opportunities to the Beamswap platform.

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4 min readMar 29, 2024


In one of the recent upgrades to the Beamswap DeFi hub, we’ve joined forces with Swing, a cutting-edge cross-chain liquidity routing platform that introduces a wide range of swaps spanning blockchains and protocols.

What is Swing?

The modern crypto API platform, Swing, delivers top-notch liquidity routing services for an incredible range of crypto assets at high speeds and with zero friction.

Swing’s easy-to-integrate cross-chain solutions serve as fundamental building blocks for new or existing Web3 projects in need of cross-chain liquidity accessible in a decentralized way.

Through effective crypto routing, Swing gives platforms access to billions of dollars worth of crypto liquidity, thus enhancing their offering and spreading their reach to a wide range of blockchains, protocols, and assets.

One-stop cross-chain shop

Swing brings cross-chain liquidity under one roof. With a single integration, it unlocks access to deep liquidity across over 30 blockchains, both EVM and non-EVM, 30 bridges, and more than 20 liquidity sources.

The liquidity is routed from hundreds of sources, including DEXes, liquidity aggregators, bridges, staking and DeFi protocols.

Ready for integration into any platform requiring cross-chain liquidity, the cross-chain swap widget by Swing is a fully compliant single entry point to DeFi liquidity.

Swing-supported chains, bridges and liquidity

Why Swing?

Beamswap’s objective is to deliver valuable upgrades and features to our users in the shortest time. Swing packs all the complexity of harnessing cross-chain capabilities into a sleek, few-lines-of-code widget that allows fast and easy integration.

It also saves Beamswap the need to maintain regular bridge integrations and delivers constantly up-to-date bridging service.

Plus, thanks to Swing, the list of crypto-swapping opportunities now ranges hundreds of assets and deepens the liquidity the platform has access to.

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Cross-chain widget by Swing

Beamswap has integrated Swing’s cross-chain widget, allowing you to seamlessly bridge and swap between a myriad of crypto tokens across the network of your choice.

Upon connecting with your wallet (Swing cross-chain widget supports multiple), the world of cross-chain swaps, either between EVM and non-EVM, opens up with a click.

Let’s see how to tap into the cross-chain pool on Beamswap through Swing. 👇

Cross-chain swap on Beamswap

To use Swing’s cross-chain widget on Beamswap, go to Or, if you’re already on the Beamswap dashboard, navigate to the Trade tab in the top menu and switch to the Cross Chain tab.

If you haven’t done so yet, connect with your wallet.

Select the asset you wish to swap in the Send field, together with its amount.

Choose also the asset you want to Receive, and select the blockchain where it should be transferred.

Review the offer details, and click “Start transfer”.

Confirm the transaction in your wallet and wait for its completion.

That’s it! You’ve successfully moved tokens cross-chain in just a few clicks and without having to switch between platforms.

Start your cross-chain journey with Swing on Beamswap! 🚀

About Beamswap

Beamswap is a DeFi Hub built on the Moonbeam Network featuring a decentralized exchange (DEX) and an automated market maker (AMM). It gives users the freedom of adding liquidity, performing peer-to-peer transactions, swapping fungible tokens, and earning passive income from staking and yield farming. Beamswap will support the growth of Moonbeam’s ecosystem and act as a launchpad for new projects developing on the network. Our team’s mission is to aid in the multichain vision to serve as a host for projects on the Moonbeam & Polkadot Ecosystem while working alongside projects with existing infrastructure looking to bridge into the multichain universe.

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