Comunque sia, ecco le indicazioni dall'omologo filone della /biz/ del quarto.
>1) Layer 2 integration after partnership confirmed with MATIC. This means you'll be able to trade on RUBIC with almost zero fees. This has been confirmed for 'early Q2', so I guess maybe March time.
>2) Limit Orders for defi on 28 Feb 21. So you'll be able to place limit orders on trades and then leave them to be triggered (or not) whilst you're doing something else. This is pretty significant and of course it exists on CEXs, but not DEXs yet. On 28th it will be just RBC / ETH pair as a kind of beta to ensure that it's working properly and then they will open it to all pairs.
>3) Anonymous defi trading. This effectively should mean your buys and sells are very hard to trace through etherscan.
>4) This one already exists, but cross chain swaps is really significant. You can use rubic.exchange to trade assets from, say, eth network to Binance Smart Chain.
>5) Number 4 leads me into number 5. Binance listing. Usually a bit of a meme, but I am confident RUBIC will get it. Reason for this is that they are integrating Binance Smart Chain swaps onto the exchange. Furthermore, they have already launched a project which has been listed on binance before - MyWish. They still support this project three years on - check it out. >They are applying for Binance and other exchanges at the end of this month.
>So with all of the above, i'd say you'd be pretty crazy not to have some money tied into RBC.
>The competition is UniSwap I guess, eventually. If we had uniswap's current Market Cap then RBC would be $60 per token. Of course, that's a long way off, but something like $10 probably isn't.