How to Swap Using Rubic’s Contracts

Hello, Rubicans!

Here are tips which will help you understand the list of networks under Rubic’s contracts and how you can check if they’re being used while you’re swapping.

Rubic Contracts give our users several benefits:

  • Swap Security: Thanks to multiple providers, Rubic executes swaps and aggregates liquidity even if some providers stop operating, run out of liquidity, or get hacked. New Rubic contracts have been thoroughly audited and launched in April 2023.
  • Smart Routing through the aggregation of 220+ bridges and DEXs gives you the best routes in terms of cost and timing.
  • SwapToEarn program: Get part of your fees back, earning $RBC.

The Rubic contracts are used for all of the swaps completed to/on these networks:

  • Arbitrum
  • Avalanche
  • Base
  • BNB Network
  • Cronos
  • Fantom
  • Linea
  • Ethereum
  • Manta
  • Mantle
  • Metis
  • Optimism
  • Polygon
  • Pulse
  • Scroll
  • zkEVM
  • zkSync

You can also check out the list of networks on our GitHub page.

Some more details to take into account:

1 — Perform transactions on Any swaps completed on other swap pages, including the SDK and Widgets, will not be counted.

2 — Make sure the swap goes via Rubic’s contracts when signing the transaction:

You also can click on the “Transaction Details” tab under the swap window on to check if our contract has been chosen for your transaction.