Solarbeam is a decentralized exchange, providing liquidity and enabling peer-to-peer transactions on the Moonriver Network. We are currently the leading DEX on the network.

The goal is to provide a comprehensive and convenient, one-stop platform for the cryptocurrency community.

What Does This Mean?

Solarbeam allows users to trade directly from their wallets, rather than trading through a third party – tokens never leaving your custody means it is 100% owned by you.

Lower trading fees make Solarbeam an attractive platform to trade with.

Higher liquidity also helps provide a broad range of support to various facets of the crypto community, and to continuously adapt to the market by continuing to provide value to both token holders and the community.

Why Solarbeam?

Peer-to-Peer transactions

Trade directly from wallet to wallet, without any third party account or releasing custody of your tokens.

Earn $SOLAR with Yield Farming and Staking $MOVR

Stake your tokens in our single asset pools, or paired in our liquidity pools to earn more $SOLAR.

Earn Trading Fees via Liquidity Pools

Provide liquidity to earn part of the protocol's trading fees.

Why Moonriver?

Moonriver is an EVM compatible companion network to Moonbeam, providing a fully incentivized canary ecosystem. This means that new code is initially shipped to Moonriver to be tried and tested, before rolling out to Moonbeam on Polkadot.

In addition to basic EVM compatibility, Moonriver also extends it further:

Unified Accounts, Addresses, and Signatures

Use your existing Ethereum-like H160 accounts & ECDSA signatures to interact with Moonriver.

Use Existing Tools and DApp Front-Ends

Connect popular tools like MetaMask, Hardhat, Waffle, Remix, and Truffle via a complete set of Web3 RPC endpoints. Use well-known JavaScript libraries, such as Web3.Js or Ethers.Js.

Deploy with Minimal Changes

If you have an existing contract, it will work right away with no need to rewrite or reconfigure.

Use Familiar Programming Languages

Write smart contracts in Solidity or anything that compiles to Solidity bytecode.

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