Conflux, the only regulatory-compliant blockchain in China, has proposed deploying Uniswap v3 on its network alongside CNH (offshore Chinese Yuan) stable currency, and joining the Curve Wars with its mainnet token CFX bridged to Ethereum mainnet, known as eCFX. This proposal comes after Binance’s announcement that it will support Conflux Network’s (CFX) mainnet integration. The hope is to attract more initiatives, establish liquidity pools to facilitate the exchange of CFX tokens, and implement incentives that promote liquidity, ultimately increasing the network’s worth and usage.
By deploying Uniswap v3 on Conflux eSpace, the Uniswap community gains access to a wider range of trading opportunities with both USD- and CNHC-based pairs. This development is particularly timely in light of regulatory restrictions facing USD-based stablecoins. Furthermore, projects operating in currencies other than USD will benefit greatly from this deployment, especially Asian projects that can now use CNH for settlements without worrying about currency fluctuations.
The intersection of US and EU regulatory barriers on blockchain and the recent supportive regulations on blockchain in Hong Kong emphasize how crucial the Chinese market is for the development of Web3 projects.
Over 84% of global blockchain applications have been submitted in China, dwarfing submissions in the UK (11%) and the US (14%), which confirms that China represents one of the most innovative markets in Web3.
Christian Oertel, Global Expansion Manager, says:
“By integrating eCFX with the Curve ecosystem, our team aims to demonstrate a strong commitment to robust DeFi. As Uniswap prepares to launch on Conflux, more tokens developed by Asia-based teams will be incentivized to build bridges into this burgeoning ecosystem. Once Conflux reaches an appropriate scale, our team plans to natively deploy Curve Finance, bringing the efficient stablecoin AMM-giant to Asia’s own DeFi-centric blockchain.”