Rubic has marked the official integration of the Aurora network into their Multi-Chain Protocol. Customers of the Binance Smart Chain, Moonriver, Ethereum, Polygon, Avalanche, Arbitrum networks, Fantom, Harmony, and Solana, will be able to quickly finish swaps with whatever token they want in the Aurora ecosystem as a result of all this. This inclusion was done as part of their involvement in the NEAR MetaBUILD Hackathon, which had total prize money of $1,000,000. The teams involved must finish the development of a dApp that could be used in the NEAR ecosystem throughout this hackathon. Their squad has decided to finish this incorporation in order to participate in the hackathon.
The Aurora network integration is the very first stage of their overall integration of the NEAR ecosystem. Rubic had also finished the integration of the two major DEXs on the Aurora network at this point. TriSolaris and WannaSwap v3 are the names of these two DEXs. Both these DEXs are now usable for Multi-Chain swaps and On-Chain. With the incorporation of these DEXs, customers will be able not only to identify the best prices during On-Chain swaps but also enable Rubic’s Smart Routing to pick the ideal path and cost for Multi-Chain swaps. As an outcome of these integrations, Rubic’s Multi-Chain Protocol enables the users of any blockchain to communicate easily to the Aurora Network in a couple of moments, saving them time and money.
Rubic is a Multi-Chain Swap Protocol that allows users to switch any of their 15,000+ assets on and between ten blockchains with a single click. Rubic’s Multi-Chain Routing Protocol contains Ethereum, BSC, Polygon, Avalanche, Moonriver, Fantom, Harmony, Solana, Arbitrum, and Aurora swaps, as well as streamlined fiat on-ramps and more!
The goal of Rubic is to provide a full “One-Stop, Full-Circle” decentralized trading system. Rubic.exchange is a platform where people can finish Multi-Chain transactions using an easy-to-use interface to achieve the best prices from all major trading protocols.
About Aurora Network
Aurora is an EVM developed by the NEAR Protocol squad. It provides a complete solution for devs to run their applications on an Eth-compatible, high-throughput, expandable, and future-proof console with minimal fees for their customers. When contrasted to other blockchain systems, the Aurora blockchain has had several advantages, including almost $0.00 gas service charges and a two seconds transaction time. Aurora transaction costs are paid in the main currency, ETH, providing an excellent user experience and opening the door to exciting ecosystem sustainable development possibilities. The Aurora blockchain presently has $500 million in total value tied in, with sixty-four projects active on their system.