UniMex’s roadmap, as it is right now, is almost complete, and there are very few things left to do.
The final and biggest move that the margin trading protocol has left to achieve is to launch V2 of its platform.
The launch is expected to take place in Q2 of this year, meaning in the next month and a half, and it is already seeing much hype.
UniMex is preparing to launch the second version of its platform, and in doing so, end its final task on the current roadmap.
DeFi project UniMex is a decentralized borrowing platform that made quite a name for itself in a very short period of time thanks to the fact that it brought decentralized margin trading to crypto. The project, which now offers margin trading on Uniswap and PancakeSwap alike, has had a lengthy set of goals over the past 9 months, and it is almost done with achieving them.
There is no doubt that the project is only waiting for the right moment to update its roadmap and reveal plans for the future, of course. But, as far as these original plans and goals are concerned, UniMex is almost done, with the last thing on the list being the launch of UniMex V2 + Layer 2.
UniMex roadmap so far
UniMex is a young project that only emerged after the DeFi sector has already exploded. However, it is one of the most important ones in the sector, as it was the first to figure out a way to bring decentralized margin trading to DeFi.
Over the past nine months, encompassing Q1 and Q2 of 2021, as well as Q4 or 2020, the project has achieved quite a bit.
In late 2021, it saw a seed offering, as well as an initial token offering. It was listed on Uniswap, and it released its Alpha version in Q1 of 2021. Q2 is currently still ongoing, of course, and the project has had two major goals for this quarter, which included the introduction of token governance, as well as the release of V2 of its platform.
It could be said that the V2 release is the most anticipated event for UniMex right now, as it will allow users to trade with BUSD, WBNB, USDC, and WETH. Furthermore, it will offer native token dividends for lenders with new contracts. In other words, users will get the coin that they lend. So, BUSD lenders will get BUSD dividends, UMX lenders will receive UMX, and alike.
The exact date and time of the V2 launch is currently still unknown, as the project is likely tying loose ends and making sure that everything is functioning properly, removing potential bugs, and alike. So far, UniMex has proven itself to be a reliable and thorough project, so it is unlikely that it would rush with the most anticipated features of its lifetime, however short it may be at this point.