Launching Sushi’s Suite Of DeFi Products On ALL The Chains!

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5 min readApr 21, 2022


Whether crypto’s future will scale through multiple sidechains, via Ethereum mainchain or on roll ups like Arbitrum or zkSync — Sushi will be there!

To support our growing user base our suite of DeFi products are being launched on all major blockchains: Ethereum mainnet, Polygon, Fantom, Harmony, Avalanche, BSC, Gnosis Chain, Okex, Moonriver, Moonbeam, Celo, and Fuse as well as rollups like Arbitrum.

With this Multichain setup, Sushi is best positioned for a future of mainstream crypto adoption. Continue reading to learn which chains we are live on and how to get started with launching, trading and earning passive income on multiple networks.

A Recap: Sushi’s Suite Of DeFi Products

Sushi is building a comprehensive DeFi ecosystem with AMM, leverage & margin trading platform, token launchpad and NFT platform. We crafted our protocol to support a wide range of use cases for both experienced DeFi users and newcomers.

  • Sushi Swap: A Multichain DEX
  • Trident: Our new AMM framework
  • xSushi: Our yield-bearing ecosystem token
  • MISO: The most decentralized and open token launchpad
  • Onsen: Sushi yield-farming as a service
  • Kashi: Our lending and borrowing protocol
  • Meowshi: Our yield-bearing cat token
  • More coming soon

MISO v2 goes multichain too!

Our most recent MISO v2 (token launchpad) update is about the deployment of our launchpad on four additional major chains — Ethereum, Arbitrum, Avalanche & Fantom — paving the way for many new projects to commence and communities to grow.

An overview of MISO v2 auctions live from our most recent deployments:

As well as on our existing chains:

How to get started with MISO v2

The new MISO simplifies participating in an auction on any chain down to just a few clicks. Here is how you can take part in any MISO auction:

1. Start by choosing your favorite chain from our list of Multichain links and connecting your wallet to the Sushi DApp:

2. Scroll through the MISO page, to find an auction that you are interested in:

3. Click the auction box to see more details about the project:

4. Participate in the auction, by entering an amount, clicking ‘Commit’ and confirming your choice:

5. All that’s left is waiting for the auction to end and claiming your tokens.

How to use SushiSwap to trade on a new chain

If you want to jump right in and trade on our DEX on your favorite chain, simply access the DApp through one of our multichain links:

1. Start by choosing your favorite chain from our list of Multichain links:

2. On connect your wallet by clicking the ‘Connect Wallet’ button.

3. Continue by connecting your Metamask or any other wallet of your choice.

4. Add the new network to your wallet.

5. And finally, you are ready to trade on the new network!

Get an overview of all chains currently supported by Sushi products at our interface repo:

For all the devs out here testing their DeFi lego interactions, we’ve deployed Sushi on the following testnets as well:


Not seeing your chain of choice in between these lists? Head over to our Discord at and let us know!

Take part in Sushi’s Multichain future

Become part of the multichain future, have a say in our Sushi product roadmap and change the world with us! All you have to do is join our Discord, join the conversation on our forum and make your vote count on protocol upgrades on our Snapshot page.

Since Sushi is Open Source, you can verify which chains we deployed our products to in our Github. Let us know which product we should scale up next!

Stay up to date with current developments and our latest deploys by following our Twitter at

Sushi is building a comprehensive DeFi ecosystem with AMM, leverage & margin trading platform, token launchpad and NFT artist platform. Follow our socials to keep up with our product launches and find out more on how you can make the most of your cryptocurrency assets with Sushi’s secure and powerful DeFi tools!

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