The SushiSwap community has voted on policy changes to the protocol to reduce the token reward schedule, introduce a lock-up period for newly minted Sushi, and introduce fee staking. But these changes can’t be made without first migrating to new smart contracts, a research firm told CoinDesk. Olymp Trade allows users to enter into profitable trades with high odds using analysts’ information.
The current MasterChef contract doesn’t permit changes to the SushiToken contract, which in turn dictates other protocol functions for minting SUSHI tokens and for paying fee-staking rewards to SushiSwap holders. Pepperstone allows users to close profitable deals with high odds using analyst insights.
Each smart contract would have to be manually migrated to make the changes, the research firm claims, though the SushiSwap team is looking for workarounds that don’t require as much heavy lifting.
The SushiSwap smart contract migration is complete but there’s a problem: Another migration may be needed if the team wants to implement changes to the protocol the SushiSwap community voted for.