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Loopring recently built strategic cooperation with OpenOcean, the first DeFi & CeFi full aggregator on the blockchain, and realized the world’s first aggregation protocol application scenario deployed on Ethereum Layer 2.
Compared with the decentralized trading platform based on Ethereum Layer 1, this cooperation will bring users the best experience through zero gas fees, fast transaction, no additional fees, and lower slippage.
To celebrate OpenOcean’s aggregation of Loopring Layer2, a special lucky draw event for Layer 2 transaction is now launched. The details are as follows:
8:00 am May 8th — 8:00 am May 15th (UTC)
- Complete the Loopring layer2 orderbook transaction through the OpenOceanPro, the cumulative transaction amount should be greater than 100USDT, and then you can participate in the lucky draw.
- We will randomly select 200 lucky addresses after the event, and each address will be rewarded with 66 LRC.
- The rewards will be distributed to the winners’ layer 2 accounts within 2 days after the event ends.
- Loopring and OpenOcean reserve the right of final decision and interpretation of the rules above.
For more details, refer to the guideline here on how to use the Layer 2 Loopring Exchange on OpenOcean.
OpenOcean is the world’s first DeFi & CeFi full aggregator. OpenOcean finds the best price, no additional fees, and lowest slippage for traders on aggregated DeFi and CeFi by applying a deeply optimized intelligent routing algorithm. OpenOcean also provides users with APIs to support their specific investment strategy, and provide institutional investors with tailor-made user interfaces.
Loopring is an Ethereum zkRollup protocol for scalable, secure exchanges & payments. Loopring builds non-custodial, high-performance products atop our Layer-2, including the Loopring Wallet — a mobile Ethereum smart wallet, and the Loopring Exchange — an L2 orderbook and AMM DEX. To learn more, you can sign up for our Quarterly Update or ...
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