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March 2022 Update

March is an important month for Pendle, as we shift our sights fully towards the horizon and sail full speed ahead towards the future. Let’s do a quick recap of some of the major developments that we have made this month.

[Redacted] Cartel Community Call

As is customary for Pendle launches, we organised a community call over on [Redacted]’s Discord server in the second week of March. A huge shout out to the [Redacted] community for having us, you guys were great, and we had fun answering your questions and messing about, cheers!

If you missed the call or want to re-listen to it, you can do so here.

Improved UX

Members of our community have pointed out that our dapp can get quite slow at times, taking a long time to load the numbers in the market. We’ve taken note of the feedback, and our devs have pushed out a back-end caching upgrade, which should reduce load times in our dapp. Thanks to those who raised the issue in our Discord!

If you notice anything off with our dapp, do not hesitate to drop us some feedback in our Discord, we’ll get on the case immediately!

Pendle’s PP

Project Permission (PP) is just the first of many exciting features of the new iteration of Pendle. Permissionlessness enables the yield tokenization and yield trading of any yield-bearing asset in crypto, which will establish Pendle as the go-to protocol for yield trading. For more information, read the full article on Medium.

To infinity, and beyond!

We have so much in store and we can’t wait to share it with you. Soon, we will be announcing our roadmap for the next few months and more details will be released as they are confirmed.

We are extremely excited to bring our visions to life, and we hope you are too. Strap in for the ride, and stay tuned!

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