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Cardano’s Leading DEX Launches Stableswaps

This week marked the announcement of Cardano’s leading DEX launching a Stableswap to enable efficient stablecoin trading.

Cardano’s Leading DEX Launches Stableswaps

This week marked the announcement of Cardano’s leading DEX launching a Stableswap to enable efficient stablecoin trading. This development will strengthen Cardano’s emerging stablecoin ecosystem. This article delves into stableswaps, their benefits, and more, exploring how this innovation aligns with broader financial trends in the cryptocurrency world.


On April 8th, Cardano’s leading DEX, Minswap, announced the launch of their open-sourced Stableswap initiative. The release comes after a successful audit by TxPipe and community testing earlier this month. The Minswap Stableswap will allow users to trade between various stablecoins on the Cardano blockchain with low fees, maximum efficiency, and low slippage, leading to a highly capital-efficient way to trade between the various stablecoins in our ecosystem.

Currently, there are two verified Stableswap pairs on Minswap, Djed/iUSD, and USDC/DJED pairings, which combined come to 255.22K ADA in TVL. Minswap’s stableswap was written in the Aiken Smart Contract language, which will allow users to enjoy a much higher throughput than they’re used to with Minswap V1.

What is a Stableswap?

A stableswap is a specialized type of decentralized exchange (DEX) specifically crafted for the trading of stablecoins — cryptocurrencies that are pegged to stable assets like fiat currencies (e.g., the US dollar) to maintain a consistent value. Unlike traditional DEXs, which typically utilize automated market maker (AMM) models suited for assets with fluctuating prices, stableswaps require a tailored approach due to the inherently stable valuations of stablecoins.

These exchanges employ algorithms that are finely tuned for assets that are supposed to have equivalent values, optimizing the trading process between different stablecoins. For instance, consider trading one stablecoin for another, such as USDC for DJED, where both are designed to be worth precisely one USD. In such cases, stableswap algorithms help minimize the price impact of trades, maintaining a tight correlation to the actual market value and ensuring that trade values do not stray from this benchmark.

This specific approach not only offers more stable pricing but also significantly enhances the efficiency of trading operations. It allows traders to execute substantial volumes without experiencing the typical price slippage seen on traditional exchanges, making it an ideal platform for those who need to trade large quantities of stablecoins while ensuring minimal impact on the price. This makes stableswaps a critical innovation in the cryptocurrency space, particularly for markets aiming to support high liquidity and stable trading environments like Cardano’s burgeoning ecosystem.

Benefits of Stableswaps

Stableswaps offer a range of advantages that are especially important for a developing ecosystem like Cardano’s. These platforms are designed to significantly reduce slippage, which is crucial for maintaining the stability of trade values in large transactions — a key factor for traders in the stablecoin market. They also generally offer lower transaction fees due to the minimized risk associated with price volatility, making frequent trades more economically viable.

Additionally, stableswaps contribute to enhanced liquidity, crucial for emerging markets. They do this by enabling large volumes of transactions without significant price disruptions. This capacity for handling high transaction volumes without affecting market stability is vital for attracting investors and traders to a newer ecosystem.

For Cardano, which is still in the process of broadening its stablecoin offerings and market participation, the introduction of stableswaps could be transformative. By improving trading conditions — such as reducing slippage and transaction costs — stableswaps make it more appealing for users to engage with Cardano’s stablecoins. This, in turn, would likely lead to increased liquidity and more robust trading activities. As stablecoin trading becomes more efficient and accessible on Cardano, it can attract a wider range of participants, from individual investors to institutional entities, further integrating Cardano into the global financial landscape.


The introduction of the Stableswap on Minswap is a significant enhancement for Cardano’s financial ecosystem. By enabling more efficient and cost-effective stablecoin transactions, Cardano can better serve as a robust platform for financial operations, bridging the gap between traditional finance and decentralized finance. As the ecosystem continues to evolve, such innovations will likely play a pivotal role in shaping the future of finance on the blockchain.

You can visit the Minswap Stableswap here: Minswap Stableswap


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