How does it work?

Clipper has a hybrid onchain/offchain infrastructure. We expose an API to you with price feeds and a k-parameter, and give you the formula that we use to quote prices based on those + onchain data. That way you can route based on predictions of what Clipper will quote. Once you’re ready to use Clipper in a route you request a quote from our servers. Output scales with input so you can compose in multihop trades.

Clipper prioritizes protecting LP yield and restricts toxic bot flow. Clipper values real users. To prevent toxic flow Clipper verifies wallets. Specifically it makes a verification on the wallets used for swaps and checks whether they are EOA (not contracts), have a min amount of ETH, and have done previous txs.


  1. Client retrieves pool information

  2. Client inputs pool information (price feeds, k factor, etc) in the formula to predict quotes.

  3. Client retrieves a firm quote from API

  4. Client creates a swap transaction in the clipper pool contract using values from previous step.

For more details about integration check How to use clipper RFQ API?

Supported Networks

NetworkChain ID

Ethereum Mainnet


Polygon Mainnet


Optimism Mainnet


Mantle Mainnet


Arbitrum One


If you want to review our contracts for each supported network, please refer to this link

Get Started

How to use Clipper API?

Code Examples

Estimate Clipper Prices

Interacting with Clipper Exchange

API Reference


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