- WEMIX introduces “Unagi” to address blockchain industry hurdles by creating an interconnected ecosystem.
- WEMADE’s expertise drives WEMIX to facilitate mass adoption and Web3 services.
- Unagi offers una Wallet, unagi Swap, and unagi Scan, simplifying asset management, liquidity, and transaction history access.
The world that we live in today is a digital forum with interconnected networks. However, to shift from one space to the next, there can be some hurdles. In order to solve these issues common in the blockchain industry, WEMIX has introduced “Unagi.” The term stands for Unbound Networking & Accelerating Growth Initiative.
The goal of creating unagi is to form an all-encompassing ecosystem that goes beyond the limitations of different networks and seamlessly integrates diverse blockchains. Let’s take a look at the details of this project.
WEMIX in the Industry
Led by WEMADE, WEMIX is basically a subsidiary of the industry leader in game development located in Korea. WEMADE has over 20 years of experience and has been serving as a pivot for a generational change.
The purpose of WEMIX is to make the mass adoption of blockchain technology seamless. Moreover, it also aims to provide users with a wide spectrum of convenient and easy-to-use Web3 services.
Unagi aims to mark a pivotal turning point for WEMIX as it aims to overcome existing challenges for users when it comes to the adoption of blockchain. Through unagi, users will be able to access diverse blockchains and services. Through unagi, users will be able to transcend the boundaries between chains and experience integrated transactions with comprehensive asset management.
There are three pivotal features of unagi that users should pay special attention to. These include una Wallet, unagi Swap, and unagi Scan. The wallet can be used to manage assets on multiple chains through a single access point. As for the Swap, well, it will provide high liquidity and stability to users. Through unagi Scan, users will be able to obtain easy and direct access to the transaction histories of various chains.