ZKSwap Introduces Unlimited Token Listings, NFTs in Updated Roadmap

  • In Q3, ZKSwap will introduce support for ERC-721 and support NFT transfers.
  • The platform’s updated roadmap will include improving access to wallets, exchanges, and payment services.


According to a ZKSwap press release from 8 July, V2 will expand the features introduced in V1, such as unlimited token listing and a variety of liquidity mining activities. The new version will enable users to complete all transactions on the ZKSwap V2 Layer2 network without having to pay any transaction fees, which will drastically reduce the cost for users and increase the theoretical throughput of the network to over 10,000 transactions per second.

The company also significantly updated its roadmap for Q3. ZKSwap said it plans on working with its business partners on expanding the Layer-2 ecosystem by introducing support for the ERC-721 token standard, NFT transfers, and NFT exchanges. It will also launch a Layer-2 payment SDK, and facilitate seamless access to wallets, exchanges, and payment service providers.

Throughout the quarter, ZKSwap will also launch a Layer-2 lending and stable currency exchange service, as well as develop a general EVM model based on ZK-Rollups. The model will enable the platform to realize the programmability of Layer-2 and connect with more partners.

Since the launch of its mainnet in February, ZKSwap has recorded over $122 million in total value locked (TVL). The platform has processed over $18 billion in transactions and around $2.4 billion in swaps, servicing over 88,000 accounts.

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  • The 30-day process will begin on 26 August and last until 25 September when V1 will officially shut down.
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ZKSwap Launches V2 With Unlimited Token Listing, Custom Fee Tokens, and L2 Deployments
  • ZKSwap is targeting a Layer-1 Ethereum mainnet launch on 28 July, with L2 deployments on BSC, HECO, and OEC to follow soon after.
  • V2 will enable users to list any ERC-20 token and choose between 4 different tokens when paying withdrawal fees.