FAQ

What is Rubicon?

Rubicon is an open platform and protocol for trading ERC-20 (opens in a new tab) tokens, built on Ethereum. Our ambition is to build the world's last financial exchange on public blockchains. Permissionless, non-custodial, and transparent.

To start trading, visit app.rubicon.finance (opens in a new tab).

What chains/networks are supported?

Rubicon is live on Optimism (opens in a new tab), and will be on more networks in the near future!

What tokens are supported?

The Rubicon protocol supports trading of any token that adheres to the ERC-20 standard (opens in a new tab).

The app uses a default list of popular tokens on each network. Follow this guide to add a new token to your local token list. Keep in mind liquidity may be low for new tokens, you might be the first to place limit orders on the book.

Where can I read the code?

View all of our open-source code on Github here (opens in a new tab). The protocol is open-source and all smart contracts are verified.

Where can I find contract addresses?

Deployments

What are the fees?

**Rubicon v4 Fees ** Rubicon Classic Fees

Has Rubicon been audited?

Yes, visit Audits to see previous security audits on the smart contracts.

Is there a bug bounty program?

Yes, visit Rubicon's Bug Bounty Program (opens in a new tab) page on Immunefi for details.

Where can I find analytics?

The Rubicon Dune Dashboard (opens in a new tab) has historical volume and usage metrics for the protocol.

Where can I get support?

For support, join the Rubicon Discord (opens in a new tab) server and send a message in the #support channel. Be careful of scammers and impersonators, our team will never message you first or ask for your seed phrase or private keys!

Does Rubicon have a token?

Rubicon does not currently have a token, we plan to decentralize the protocol as soon as possible. Any announcements will come from the Rubicon team on official channels.