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KingDeFi Weekly Development Update — 20

Welcome to week twenty of KingDeFi’s regular feature article, in which the team provides development updates for the benefit of our beloved Knights. We hope you all enjoy the series and get a lot from it as well.

Week ending 12/11/2021

The past week had great news and additions.
The main things were:

  • Auto-compounding Farms launch
  • Portfolio Tacking UI development

Auto-compounding Farms launch

BANANA: 112.4%

BIFI — BNB: 49.7%
POTS — BUSD: 78.1%

BP — BNB: 313%
CHESS — USDC: 115%
BUNNY — BNB: 16.3%

Portfolio Tacking UI development

The team is now focusing on the development of portfolio tracking. tThis week we are developing the front-end.
We don’t have anything to show you yet, but we will as soon as the first prototype is up and running.


The team keeps developing!

The team also really values our community and always love to hear your opinions and feedback. We look forward to hearing more from you all in the great discussion going on with our awesome mods in the community chat.

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