The Protocol

Stabull is a 4th generation AMM designed for Stablecoin and Commodity Swaps.

While the AMM model has thus far, proved successful at connecting buyers and sellers in a decentralised open market, some obvious limitations such as, allowing liquidity providers to be adequately incentivized, and glaring capital inefficiencies have remained - making it difficult for liquidity depth to scale and be mutually beneficial for LPs and users alike.

Stablecoin issuers demand a continuously audited and liquid, decentralized market with custom features - but they cannot own it, something for issuers and their respective communities, built by issuers needs to be built from the ground up to function as a core piece of industry imfrastructure.

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