OKC (OKX Chain)
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OKC (OKX Chain)

Rubic Now Supports OKC!

Each day, more dApps, DEXs, wallets, networks, and other crypto projects are released, attracting new users. There is a huge demand in the crypto space for cross-chain solutions and greater interoperability.

And we’re glad to announce that Rubic, a Cross-Chain Swap Aggregator which allows you to swap any of 15,000+ assets on and between 13 blockchains in one click, now supports OKC.

Rubic takes the best of crypto and aggregates 70+ DEXs and bridges, providing higher transaction speed & security with the lowest gas fees.

Users can easily swap more than 15,000 assets between 13 major blockchains, such as OKC, Ethereum, Polygon, BNB Smart Chain, Avalanche, Fantom, Harmony, Arbitrum, Gnosis, Celo, Optimism, Moonbeam, and Cronos just in one place, with a simple and intuitive UI.

With Rubic’s cross-chain technology, everyone can transform any existing crypto project into a large-scale, powerful business with higher profit and inter-blockchain liquidity.

About Rubic

Rubic’s protocol offers easy trading for more than 15,000+ assets across OKC, Ethereum, Polygon, BNB Smart Chain, Avalanche, Fantom, Harmony, Arbitrum, Gnosis, Celo, Optimism, Moonbeam and Cronos networks, using our custom and unique Cross-Chain Protocol. Utilizing liquidity pools and our own smart contracts, Rubic provides an extremely easy-to-use Cross-Chain solution to all traders.

Learn more about Rubic

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About OKC

OKC is a secure & programmable smart contracts platform for next-generation decentralized applications, backed by OKX, one of the largest crypto exchanges. The technology built into the chain was designed for high-performance Dapps with lower cost, making it an excellent match for many DeFi protocols, NFTs, and other Metaverse applications.

How to find us?

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