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PancakeSwap’s New Farm Auction Updates Might Bring Relief to Investors

PancakeSwap [CAKE] recently announced its newly adjusted farm auctions, which will take effect from 30 November during CAKE’s 34th farm auction.

The exchange’s farm auctions are a highly effective method of boosting project volume and attracting organic traffic, besides immediately boosting project token liquidity.

They also give liquidity providers the opportunity to farm CAKE at a high APY.

(By Suzuki Shillsalot)

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