Andy Bryant

Vektor Launches Bridging functionality!

🎉 We're very excited to announce a very important new function in Vektor: BRIDGE. Use the Bridge function to seamlessly bridge assets from one blockchain to another!

BRIDGE function spotlight

Vektor's BRIDGE function aggregates a large number of different bridge protocols, so straight out of the gate users can enjoy the cheapest and/or fastest bridge routes available.

Vektor adds Column Functions!

The beautiful thing about the VXL language is that, like Excel, one function's output can be another function's input. Today, with the launch of familiar functions like MIN, MAX, SUM, AVERAGE, and COLUMN, we're excited to show you the powerful DeFi workflows that become possible with Vektor.

Vektor Launches Concentrated Liquidity Support!

We're very excited to announce the new support for concentrated liquidity in Vektor. With this powerful upgrade, you can now use Vektor's existing LP function set to create, interact with, and manage your concentrated (aka 'range') positions across all supported chains and venues.

How To: Create a CeFi crisis dashboard

We're going to show you how to use Vektor to easily whip up a live-updating CeFi crisis dashboard like this one below, so you can easily see for yourself what's going on, and stop relying on information in the news and/or social media.

How Vektor Works

Vektor is an interface tool only, and never takes custody

How To: See a List of Vektor Functions

You can see a list of Vektor Functions at any

Vektor Launches LP functionality!

🎉 We're excited to launch LP functions! With our

How To: See Current Vektor Integrations

You can see a list of supported blockchains at any time in the app using the BLOCKCHAINS function. You can see a list of supported venues at any time using the VENUES function.

How To: Forecast maximum lend earnings using LEND.MARKETS

search for and summarise all the different lending opportunities existing for a certain asset (USDC), and then process that information to calculate the actual expected earnings if you lent your USDC to the maximum yielding opportunity.