Subnets pushing Avalanche fees to all-time lows with the Great Crabada Migration

Gabriel V. Gabriel V.
14 May 2022
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Subnets pushing Avalanche fees to all-time lows with the Great Crabada Migration 

Avalanche traffic hitting all-time-highs while fees are at all-time-lows. Sounds paradoxical? It is indeed, this week the Swimmer Network went alive, transferring all Crabada transactions to its own subnet.

Swimmer Network is a dedicated blockchain for gaming that leverages the existing infrastructure and security of the Avalanche Network. We are bringing a fun, engaging, and frictionless experience for both game enthusiasts and game developers on the blockchain. Swimmer is an Avalanche Subnet, a living network, focused on security with a permissionless and decentralized ecosystem.

In a recent tweet, Luigi D'Onorio DeMeo, head of DeFi at AvaLabs said:

Today, the @swimmer_network subnet launched, effectively moving @PlayCrabada from Avalanche C-Chain to its own subnet. Today, the Avalanche network hit All-Time High in daily transactions. The best part... it did this while *lowering* fees.


The whole community of Crabadians is in ave as the Crabada Idle-Game and marketplace is being migrated onto the Swimmer Network since May 13. All Crabadians can start bridging their assets from Avalanche C-Chain onto the Swimmer Network.

You can check the Swimmer Network explorer here >>

Supported Assets — ERC-20

  • Crabada ($CRA) — Required for breeding Crabada
  • Treasure Under Sea ($TUS) — Native marketplace currency/Reward token, required for breeding Crabada
  • Crabada Amulets ($CRAM) — Required for expanding teams/Crabada slots/Sub-account creation

Supported Assets — ERC-721 (NFTs)

  • Crabada NFTs

Note: $CRAM and Crabada NFTs can only be bridged one-way, from Avalanche C-Chain onto Swimmer Network. Once you bridge your $CRAM or Crabada over to Swimmer Network, you will not be able to bridge it back over to C-Chain.

Additionally, players will not be able to bridge Eggs. Eggs will have to be hatched before they can be bridged over to Swimmer Network

You can read more about it on the Swimmers Network official medium post.

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Gabriel V.
Gabriel V.
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Crypto researcher, investor and trader. Technical and data analyst.

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