INJ

Injective

Injective is an open interoperable layer-one blockchain optimized for DeFi applications.

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Injective

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What is

Injective

chain?

Injective is a blockchain built for finance. It is an open, interoperable layer-one blockchain powering next-generation DeFi applications, including decentralized spot and derivatives exchanges, prediction markets, lending protocols, and more. Injective uniquely provides powerful core financial infrastructure primitives that applications can leverage, including a fully decentralized MEV-resistant on-chain orderbook. In addition, all forms of financial markets such as spot, perpetual, futures and options are fully on-chain.

The decentralized cross-chain bridging infrastructure is compatible with Ethereum, IBC-enabled blockchains, and non EVM chains such as Solana. Injective provides the most advanced, next-generation financial infrastructure for building DeFi applications on top of the Injective blockchain. Users can access these applications in a fully decentralized, fast, cross-chain, low-fee, and secure manner.

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Frequently asked questions

What tokens can you buy on Injective?

Through Kado, you can buy USDT on injective

How many dApps have been built on Injective?

14 dApps have been built on Injective with a number of major dApp deployments coming up (dApps have processed over $7.4+ billion to date).

What purpose do the Injective API nodes have?

1. Serve as a data layer for the protocol 2. Provide transaction relay services

What is the use-case for the INJ token

INJ is the native utility token of Injective. INJ is a scarce asset that is used for governance, token burn auctions and staking on the PoS network. The use cases intended for INJ include but are not limited to: protocol governance, dApp value capture, Proof-of-Stake (PoS) security, developer incentives and staking.