Solana’s Aurory expands to Arbitrum
Solana based Aurory has expanded to Arbitrum, a leading L2 for Ethereum.
$1 million in AURY liquidity has been added to the Arbitrum native DEX Camelot.
AURY price surged more than 22% to hit highs of $1.00.
Aurory, a leading NFT and gaming project in the Solana ecosystem, is seeing fresh adoption after it announced expansion to Ethereum Layer-2 protocol Arbitrum.
According to the platform, expanding to Arbitrum is all about accessibility and bringing more users to the gaming platform.
“Using SyncSpace to expand Aurory to multiple platforms allows us to tap into diverse new user bases, creating frictionless onramps for these communities, regardless of whether they are Web2, or Web3 native,” the Aurory team said.
The integration means that all of Aurory’s on-chain assets are now accessible on either Solana or Arbitrum. Users on the Arbitrum network can get AURY by depositing USDC into SyncSpace, then swapping the stablecoin for AURY.
As a native token, AURY can be used across the Aurory ecosystem. The teams announced that $1 million of AURY liquidity had been seeded on Arbitrum native DEX Camelot.
Aurory’s availability on Ethereum marks a first major milestone for the gaming platform and could be followed by more expansions to leading chains like BNB, Polygon and Avalanche. Meanwhile, experts say Aurory is one of Solana-based gaming projects likely to revolutionise the global play-to-earn (P2E) ecosystem.
AURY price outlook
The AURY price was up more than 22% in the past 24 hours at the time of writing, trading just shy of one dollar at $0.99. The intraday high was $1.00, with price up 135% in the past seven days. The cryptocurrency had a 24-hour trading volume of over $1 million, up more than 23%.
Aurory has a total supply of 100 million coins, current circulating supply of 31 million and market cap of over $30 million.