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  • From their docs (19-10-2021):

"Rubicon is a decentralized open order book exchange built on Ethereum Layer 2 networks. It powers the peer-to-peer trading of ERC20 tokens. The protocol can be used to trade and swap between ERC20 tokens and provide liquidity in democratic liquidity pools."


Audits & Exploits

  • Bug bounty program can be found [insert here].
  • External audit can be found here (22-6-2021) and it had a MythX report:

"MythX is a software security analysis tool from Consensys. The majority of the above audit pointed out the various areas where gas could be optimized via changing public to external when warranted. These changes were pushed in this commit to the repository."



Admin Keys





  • From their docs (19-10-2021):

"Rubicon does not currently have a token, we are focused on building and finding product-market fit."

Token Allocation


Other Details


Coin Distribution



How it works

  • From their docs (19-10-2021):

"At its core, Rubicon is a series of smart contracts on an Ethereum Layer 2 network. These contracts house the key two elements of the protocol: the Rubicon order book exchange and Rubicon Pools.

Rubicon is an open order book exchange, meaning all prices are determined by a two-sided, transparent marketplace of buyers and sellers. Using the ETH/USDC pair as an example, traders can submit limit orders where they specify a price (in USDC) and quantity (in ETH) that they want to buy or sell. A limit order will sit in the order book until it is filled; outstanding orders can be canceled under History in the Rubicon app. Traders can also submit market orders, where they input only a quantity they want to buy or sell, and their order is immediately matched with the best possible price in the order book. When you swap tokens on Rubicon, a router contract finds the best execution for your trade across the Rubicon order books and routes the trade accordingly.

Rubicon Pools are the native liquidity pools for the Rubicon exchange. They empower anyone to be a liquidity provider and generate passive yield on their crypto assets. Users can deposit tokens into liquidity pools, where their crypto assets are used by strategists to provide liquidity on the Rubicon exchange. The profits from the trading strategies are split between strategists and the pool liquidity providers (LPs). Learn more on the What are Rubicon Pools? page."


  • From their docs (19-10-2021):

"Rubicon has a protocol trading fee, currently set to 0% on maker trades and 0.2% on taker trades. This fee is paid in whatever ERC20 asset the user is trading."



Validator Stats

Liquidity Mining



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Oracle Method

Privacy Method


Their Other Projects


  • Can be found [Insert link here].


Projects that use or built on it


Pros and Cons



Team, Funding and Partners


  • Full team can be found [here].




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