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June 2022 Release Notes: Quality of Life improvements… and more!

June 16, 2022
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Welcome to the latest instalment of the Sovryn release notes. We’ve got a bunch of visual and navigational product updates to share with you today.

So, let’s dive straight in.


Most of the UI updates in this release will be self-explanatory for you, but here are a few items to note:

  • The Rewards and Portfolio pages will now be accessible via the ‘connected wallet’ submenu.
  • You can access the trading Notifications settings via this submenu as well (previously shown on the Spot and Margin trading pages).
  • The ‘Help’ button has been removed from the header section of the dapp (Intercom is now our primary method of user assistance).
  • The ‘Deposit’ button now says ‘Fund Wallet’ and a tooltip has been added to direct you to the wiki.
  • We’ve added multiple updates to text localization for Portuguese (a big shout out to Bitcoinuser on this one)

Promotional Cards

  • All Lending and Yield Farming promotional cards have been visually updated for consistency across the dapp. All ‘Learn More’ links now direct you to related wiki content for a more intuitive flow when seeking in-dapp explainer content.


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  • You’ll notice a bunch of UX copy updates in this section along with helpful tooltips for bridge/cross-chain action buttons.
  • We’ve added ZUSD as a new asset (are you ready to get on Zero?)


  • We’ve also added ZUSD to the earned fees section in Rewards #GetOnZero

And that hereby concludes this product update. As you can see, the team has been busy! Stay tuned for more updates coming soon…

If you have any questions, bug reports, or feature requests, you can drop us a message in the Sovryn Discord server or create a support ticket on the Sovryn Helpdesk. As ever, we look forward to and greatly value your feedback.

Stay Sovryn


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