[Camelot] [FINAL] [STIP - Round 1]

UPDATE as of 6 November:

New Multi-sig to receive STIP funding: 0xEf9162fE27d319723feF7183348c87304a134c4B


Applicant Name:
Ironboots, 0xMyrddin

Project Name:


Project Description:

As Arbitrum’s largest native DEX, Camelot provides custom liquidity infrastructure tooling and fosters a collaborative environment for innovation that incentivizes teams to build specifically on Arbitrum.

Camelot offers one of the broadest range of liquidity pools on Arbitrum and is a natural hub for both users and builders. With over 48 partner pools, Camelot has introduced numerous protocols to the ecosystem and has close relationships with the largest builders such as GMX, Pendle, Radiant, Dopex, Plutus and more. Camelot moves beyond the traditional role of a DEX to also provide extensive support and advisory for liquidity structuring, emissions management and more.

Camelot provides a full suite of liquidity products from a custom-built incentive layer to integrated concentrated liquidity strategies, allowing Arbitrum builders to achieve a bespoke balance of efficiency and practicality. Camelot can cater towards liquidity that requires maximum efficiency, whilst also providing support for illiquid long-tail assets. In turn, this leads to the most sustainable and economical liquidity across both protocol tokens and core assets, as displayed by the diverse fee generation and TVL graphs detailed below.

Team Members and Qualifications:

  • 0xMyrddin, cofounder, dev
  • Percival, cofounder, dev
  • IronBoots, cofounder, BD & growth
  • Vivi, marketing and community
  • 0xCrema, quant advisor
  • Danny, BD
  • Dipplo, community
  • Cryptonix, community
  • Several external contractors for development and security work

Project Links:

Contact Information:

TG: @iron_boots, @0xmyrddin

Twitter: @sirbootsofiron, @0xmyrddin

Email: partnerships@camelot.fi

Do You Acknowledge That Your Team Will Be Subject to a KYC Requirement?: YES


Requested Grant Size:

3.09m ARB*
(*minimum of 1.87m spent, up to 3.09m based on methodology and KPIs detailed below)

Grant Matching:

Camelot’s existing liquidity incentives to be maintained or increased, including various external rewards provided by partners

Grant Breakdown:

Camelot will allocate up to 3.09m ARB tokens as liquidity incentives over 3 months in the following categories, with the majority of the incentives focusing on partner pools and the broader adoption of $ARB as a base liquidity asset. Camelot will receive 512k per epoch and intends to begin the initial distribution with 400k ARB. Depending on the performance the following epochs can be increased or decreased by a maximum of 10%, thereby creating a min and max range of 1.87m to 3.09m ARB in total. This is shown below in the relevant table. Any ARB that has not been used will be returned at the end of the programme.

The distribution will leverage a variety of methods, including highly efficient concentrated liquidity strategies, Nitro pools, and other custom-built features as part of Camelot’s battle-tested infrastructure. Further justification and details for all incentive allocations are included throughout the rest of this application.

Total Incentives Avg incentives per epoch (bi-weekly) % of total
Partner Pools 1,543,122 257,187 50%
ARB Pools 617,249 102,875 20%
Core Pools 617,249 102,875 20%
Reserved for new partners 308,624 51,437 10%
Total 3,086,244 514,374

Camelot supports over 40 partners, and a breakdown of each pool and its initial distribution is included in the spreadsheet below. Camelot is committed to a sustainable & methodical approach and will therefore be adjusting emissions each epoch basis the relevant KPIs and metrics, which includes fees generated, volume, TVL, incentives per pool, and more. Most importantly, Camelot’s ability to distribute to a broad variety of pools is only possible through its continued expansion and scaling over the past year, and is not something that can be easily replicated with simple formulas.


As part of Camelot’s commitment to sustainability, the total incentives distributed for each epoch will be based on the performance of the KPIs, with a maximum adjustment of +/- 10%. This ensures that incentives are not being used without a clear justification for their effectiveness, and is reflected in the above table. In addition, the reserve portion will be specifically used to onboard new protocols or partners that are not included in the initial scope.

Funding Address: 0x2301273b4515ae8EC752B0041E7F4142408BEFBC

Funding Address Characteristics: 2/3 multisig (IronBoots, Percival, 0xMyrddin)

Contract Address: The entirety of the ARB allocation will happen through Camelot’s Nitro pools solution (https://docs.camelot.exchange/protocol/nitro-pools) and Merkl (https://merkl.angle.money), depending on the profile and needs of each specific pair.
No contract address can’t be shared before the distribution is actually set up, but Camelot will permanently keep a list all of them up to date during the entire duration of the campaign.



Camelot was conceived to help deliver Arbitrum’s goal of scaling and revolutionizing the future of Ethereum. Through its commitment to supporting native builders, Camelot strives to build the foundation of sustainable liquidity and collaboration that will allow Arbitrum and its diverse ecosystem to thrive.

Camelot has a proven track record of bringing in new builders to the ecosystem (Pendle, Vela, Thales, DMT, Aurory, Lyra, and many more) whilst also forming deep relationships with core native protocols such as GMX, Jones, Radiant, Plutus, Dopex, and more. Camelot is uniquely positioned to work closely with these partners to support the broader adoption of ARB as a base asset. The majority of new Arbitrum projects list their initial liquidity on Camelot, which provides the best opportunity to work with partners to seed their pools with ARB from launch.

Most importantly, Camelot has developed a comprehensive suite of liquidity products to offer protocols a wide range of tailored options. Whilst volume and TVL numbers can often vary depending on the liquidity profile of a token and market conditions, fees generated can be used as a more consistent reference for the performance of a pool. In this case, Camelot’s flexibility allows for significantly higher fee generation. Consistent fees generated is the primary source of real yield for users, and therefore provides a long-term solution that isn’t entirely reliant on incentives. Concentrated liquidity pools can be incentivized efficiently through Merkl or automated managers, while less liquid and more volatile partner tokens can achieve efficient fee generation through standard XYK pools and our Nitro pool infrastructure. We believe that there is no ‘one size fits all’ approach, and the Camelot protocol has been built to reflect that.

The objectives are clear:

  • Onboard new protocols to the Arbitrum ecosystem by offering bespoke liquidity support and incentives for new protocols

    • As part of the support for new token listings, Camelot is uniquely positioned to encourage the use of $ARB in protocol-owned-liquidity, making it the most attractive option for new protocols
  • Increase adoption of the $ARB token by incentivising protocols to adopt $ARB as a paired asset whilst also incentivising highly efficient $ARB base liquidity

  • Deepen spot liquidity for Arbitrum’s key protocols by incentivising ecosystem partner pools, offering bespoke support catered to each projects requirements

  • Leverage a data driven, dynamic approach to increase the sustainability of incentives and achieve long-term sticky liquidity across a broad range of pools

  • Increase overall protocol liquidity depth on Arbitrum by incentivizing and supporting protocols to leverage Camelot’s concentrated-liquidity solutions

  • Camelot will leverage its natively integrated automated liquidity managers to incentivize concentrated liquidity efficiently and in a user-friendly manner. Concentrated liquidity traditionally requires active and manual management, so this solution allows us to provide a passive option that caters to a wider range of user needs.

    • Camelot will use its Merkl integration to distribute incentives directly to concentrated liquidity providers. Through Merkle, the most efficient LPs are rewarded based on their generated fees, making it one of the most effective methods of incentive distribution.
    • Camelot’s custom-built incentive layer (spNFTs and Nitro pools) allows for highly focused and permissionless incentivisation, allowing partners to provide additional rewards
  • Stimulate broader collaboration and broader development growth in the ecosystem

Key Performance Indicators (KPIs):

  • TVL growth
  • Fees growth
  • Volume growth
  • Adoption of ARB as a base asset
  • New partners and protocols supported on Arbitrum (both multichain and native protocols)

How will receiving a grant enable you to foster growth or innovation within the Arbitrum ecosystem?:

Camelot strives to support the native ecosystem through collaborative relationships and has a proven track record of allocating incentives to facilitate sustainable growth and long-term liquidity for ecosystem protocols.

This proposal will focus on bringing new protocols into the Arbitrum ecosystem, promoting the adoption of $ARB as a base asset, and enhancing spot liquidity for Arbitrum native builders. This approach aligns with Arbitrum’s core values and aims to facilitate substantial and long-lasting growth.

Camelot has achieved a total trading volume of >$3,250,000,000 and has maintained a TVL of over $50m for several months. Most importantly, Camelot’s ecosystem-focused approach has yielded impressive results which can be seen by the data below, which clearly shows how Camelot generates sizeable fees through its dynamic and sustainable approach to liquidity. Camelot’s strong focus on partnerships and bringing in new protocols has introduced pools such as $DMT, $WINR, $AURY, $PENDLE, and many more to Arbitrum. Additionally, concentrated liquidity integrations such as Merkl have allowed for highly efficient returns on blue-chip pools like ETH/USDC and ARB/USDC too.

Through this multi-faceted approach to liquidity, Camelot can continue to scale sustainable liquidity for Arbitrum, introduce new protocols to the ecosystem, achieve broader adoption for $ARB, and generate attractive but long-lasting fees for users too. These objectives, when combined, will bolster Arbitrum’s position as the leading L2 ecosystem for DeFi innovation.

To summarise, Camelot will foster growth and innovation on Arbitrum through liquidity incentives in several ways:

  • 50% of the incentives will be allocated towards partner pools and will be distributed using Camelot’s sustainable methodology that has achieved significant results
  • 20% of the incentives are allocated to $ARB, specifically to broaden its adoption as a base asset within partner token pools, increasing utility whilst incentivising growth
  • 20% to core pairs to establish highly efficient and deep liquidity on the native ecosystem trading venue, spurring network effects from protocols that leverage Camelot’s core pools (such as ALMs, yield protocols, lending markets and more)
  • With 10% reserved for new protocols, this grant will be used to attract new builders and protocols into the ecosystem, with Camelot acting as the natural entry-point for many teams. New projects will also receive our full marketing, community, and ecosystem support, in addition to any incentives.
  • Camelot can support any token in a bespoke way - v3 pools can be incentivised with integrations such as Merkl and ALMs such as Gamma, achieving some of the most efficient AMM returns. V2 Pools are also still one of the most practical solutions for new teams and therefore partners can leverage our custom Nitro pool infrastructure.
  • Camelot’s unique approach to concentrated liquidity will also allow for partner protocols to transition their tokens to more efficient rewards structures. Although v2 pools can be the most effective or practical option for long tail assets, we’re committed to supporting teams as they expand and deepen their overall liquidity on the chain.

Justification for the size of the grant:

Camelot is a top 3 native dapp by TVL and active users, and it has a proven track record of achieving sustainable growth, onboarding new protocols to the Arbitrum ecosystem, fostering collaboration, and distributing incentives in an effective way.

As shown in the table below, Camelot has a broad range of pools with varying liquidity profiles and requirements. Camelot can ensure that the requested $ARB incentives will be allocated in an objective and diverse way, in order to achieve deeper liquidity and efficient fee generation across numerous partner pools as well as blue-chip core pools.

As detailed in this application, Camelot has a multi-faceted strategy to achieve its objectives. To achieve these various objectives, different methods of distribution and incentivisation are required, and therefore the requested amount is justified by tackling the core points:

  • Expanding Arbitrum by incentivising new partners and protocols
  • Increasing the adoption of $ARB as a base asset for native protocols
  • Furthering the liquidity of $ARB and other core pools with the most efficient concentrated liquidity rewards structure
  • Deepening liquidity for native builders, stimulating economic growth for ecosystem protocols

The below data (and document under ‘execution strategy’ displays Camelot’s ability to achieve sustainable liquidity and fee generation, even in periods of weak market conditions. This data combined with the diverse distribution of incentives will allow Camelot to achieve broad and long-term growth for the Arbitrum ecosystem.

Execution Strategy:

As mentioned throughout the application, Camelot will incentivise liquidity pools across several main categories, with pool-level granularity included in the below spreadsheets. This distribution is fully aligned with the detailed objectives and KPIs.


The spreadsheet attached above provides an initial outline for the first epoch distribution. It is important to note that this is based on current market conditions and therefore specific pool allocations can be slightly adjusted before a finalized distribution is confirmed. Examples of these adjustments would include distributing incentives to a v3 pool instead of v2, or adding pools from new partners. The total amount per category won’t change.

The distribution of incentives will be reported at the end of every epoch (two-week period), and will include a pool-level breakdown of the key metrics (TVL, fees, volume, amount of incentives received) to accurately and transparently assess performance. This report will therefore determine the following epoch’s incentive distribution, to most effectively achieve the KPIs and objectives.

CAMELOT GRANT EPOCH REPORT (example for reference purposes only, real data to be input once first epoch live)

Grant Timeline:

Camelot will begin distributing the incentives as soon as the tokens are received in the multisig. This will commence the first epoch (two-week period), with the mentioned reports and data being shared on an ongoing basis in-line with the timing of the following epoch token distributions to Camelot.

The distribution of incentives will be executed as per the allocation breakdown document on an epoch basis, and will continue for the 3 month period of the framework (At the latest up until January 31st 2024).

Do you accept the funding of your grant streamed linearly for the duration of your grant proposal, and that the multisig holds the power to halt your stream?: YES


Is the Protocol Native to Arbitrum?: YES

On what other networks is the protocol deployed?: NONE

What date did you deploy on Arbitrum?:
Beta - September 2022
Mainnet - November 2022

Protocol Performance:

Protocol Roadmap:

Camelot was initially launched as a complete product specifically to support Arbitrum builders and to provide the tools for more sustainable liquidity. Since then, Camelot has grown significantly and has been on a constant evolution of updating and adapting to user and protocol needs. Following the initial bootstrapping phase, Camelot integrated concentrated liquidity in a highly ecosystem-focused way, achieving some of the highest efficiency pools on Arbitrum and providing users with a more accessible way to manage v3 liquidity.

  • Bootstrapping the initial product to become the largest native DEX
    • Dual AMM with dynamic fees
    • Custom-built incentive layer (spNFTs and Nitro pools)
    • Novel tokenomics through xGRAIL’s unique design, achieving significantly higher sustainability
    • Consistent improvements and upgrades to the UI/UX
    • Partnering with over 40 ecosystem protocols, introducing various protocols to the ecosystem and forming close relationships with the largest native teams
  • Introducing the Launchpad as a side-product, launching over 10 native tokens
    • The launchpad acted as an entry-point into the Arbitrum ecosystem for many teams, and provided one of the only decentralized alternatives to raising funds publicly and in a community-focused way
    • Extensive support and advice for tokenomics, liquidity, go-to-market and more
  • Becoming one of the largest governance delegates
    • Being the first protocol to propose an incentive grant to Arbitrum DAO (Accelerating Arbitrum), kickstarting the DAOs support of incentive grants
    • Active and contributing to all of the liquidity incentive framework discussions
  • Leveraging Algebra’s AMM to launch highly efficient concentrated liquidity pools
    • Being the first protocol to natively integrate multiple liquidity managers, such as DeFi Edge and Gamma
    • Integrating the Merkl solution for direct v3 incentives
      • Achieving some of the most efficient v3 pools on Arbitrm
    • An overhaul of the overall app to make concentrated liquidity more accessible for the average user
    • Supporting partners to manage their liquidity more efficiently through concentrated liquidity tools

Audit History: https://docs.camelot.exchange/references/audits

SECTION 5: Data and Reporting

Is your team prepared to create Dune Dashboards for your incentive program?:
Camelot will create and publish all the relevant data mentioned in the above application, including pool-by-pool metrics in order to clearly demonstrate progress and track the KPIs.

In short, Camelot will provide (or facilitate the creation) of Dune dashboards that cover all relevant data required.

Does your team agree to provide bi-weekly program updates on the Arbitrum Forum thread?:
Yes - Camelot is committed to maintaining bi-weekly updates that cover the full scope of the proposal and all the relevant metrics and KPIs within it. Camelot has its own analytics and live subgraphs for all of the required AMM data. Several scripts have been prepared to assist the creation of comprehensive reports for every epoch.

As part of the incentive grant, Camelot is committed to providing data and updates as frequently as possible. Throughout the duration of the grant, Camelot will also engage with third-party providers to analyse the efficacy of the programme in order to continually assess the performance and take into account improvements.

Does your team acknowledge that failure to comply with any of the above requests can result in the halting of the program’s funding stream?: YES


As long-time fans of Camelot’s goals and support for the broader ecosystem, we believed and still believe their first Accelerating Arbitrum grant request should have been a clear Yes. That said, this is a clear yes from our team at Motus.

Those stating this is “far too much” just by comparing Camelot metrics to Uniswap are either too narrow in their focus or have clear alterior motives. Camelot is the sole source of liquidity for multiple smaller projects on arbitrum. These pools are best suited for v2 liquidity, and naturally have less consistent volume. Supporting these protocols should be rewarded rather than lazily looking simply at high level stats.

We wish Camelot and the broader Round Table of their partners luck in their grant seeking to further growth the still-dominant Arbitrum ecosystem.

  1. what

Sorry but that is simply far too much over a 3 month period. Dont see how this benefits us ARB holders at all.

While CAMELOT may be “Arbitrum Native” it consistently ranks far below for example Uniswap $500M v $33.8m 7D volume for example. Asking for such an amount of ARB with those stats unfortunately doesn’t sit well.

Given Camelot has a lot of close relationships with other protocols that are applying (and have their liquidity on Camelot) it would make better sense for Camelot to work with them to achieve most of the goals in this proposal and suggest you look to lower your grant amount significantly.


Nice proposal gents,

As a user of Camelot and a contributor at Jones, who works closely with Camelot on the day-to-day, I am always impressed by the team’s ability to deliver top-notch products.

I think this proposal is well in line with Camelot’s current TVL & volume, so I say yes. Support of protocols like Camelot are imperative to the growth of Arbitrum.


I really appreciate genuine efforts to boost the ecosystem, and I feel like this grant proposal checks all the boxes for me.

It’s one of the cleanest and well-thought-out proposals I’ve seen in the past week. It truly stands out compared to some of the not-so-great ones we’ve had recently…

This proposal most importantly, fully aligns with what our ecosystem needs. To me, that’s what these grants should be all about!

Let me explain why I’m all in for this grant and why I think it would do wonders for our ecosystem:

First things first, Camelot deserves a lot of credit for getting the ball rolling on grant discussions. If it weren’t for their proposal three months ago, we’d still be wondering if grants are a good idea for our ecosystem. It’s no secret that things took a downturn in the Arbitrum ecosystem right after their proposal was rejected. Things only started looking up again when DAO came up with a framework. Without Camelot, our ecosystem would be in a completely different place today.

So, why do I think Camelot should get this grant? Well, in less than a year, they’ve done more for our ecosystem than any other project I follow. They’ve brought in countless protocols from other chains and introduced plenty of new aspiring teams to Arbitrum. I don’t think any other project on Arbitrum can claim to have brought in such a large number of quality projects to the ecosystem. The best thing is they are not planning to stop anytime soon ~ therefore, I’m confident that Camelot will remain as one of the biggest onboarders of quality projects to the ecosystem.

Camelot is a true eco-centric protocol. They’ve consistently proven that they’re the go-to DEX for Arbitrum builders. Someone above compared Camelot to Uniswap, which I thought was amusing. While both projects are DEXs, comparing Camelot to Uniswap doesn’t make sense because they have a different approach and only Camelot is native to Arbitrum. Uniswap mainly deals with core pairs, while Camelot provides liquidity infrastructure for key Arbitrum builders and new teams that genuinely contribute to our ecosystem instead of just focusing on core pairs…

If we want our ecosystem to grow, I see no reason why anyone would be against this grant. The amount they’re asking for is totally fair considering the size of their project and TVL/Volume. Unlike many other DEXs, Camelot’s TVL chart shows a healthy trajectory, not just the typical downward death spiral associated with other DEX models.

Their approach to liquidity has become a model for many other protocols. It feels like every week, I see projects borrowing ideas from Camelot, which is a clear sign that they’re doing things right.

As for the metrics and incentive distribution, the plan looks really solid to me. People who will complain that the grant is too big probably don’t understand that it could actually be more substantial given Camelot’s size and their proven ability to distribute incentives efficiently. The Camelot team has clearly thought this through, and anyone arguing about the grant size probably has some hidden bias against the project.

Lastly, I want to give a shoutout to the Camelot team. They’re always professional and on point whenever I have questions. Their Discord is one of the few places in crypto where you can always find someone from the team ready to help. I’ve lost count of how many updates they’ve released since they started, always working hard to improve the protocol. They’re a TRUE native DEX, something not all DEXs can claim.

In my opinion, Camelot is one of the best candidates for this grant. Some might have different opinions on certain points, but we can all agree that they’ve done a lot for our ecosystem in a short time. Considering everything, 3m out of 50m is entirely reasonable.

I’m giving this proposal a big thumbs up, and I’m excited to see it in action. If anyone’s against it, they probably don’t share the vision of benefiting our ecosystem.



I think the grant proposal is reasonable given Camelot’s impact on Arbitrum.

Its undeniable its the biggest native dex so the grant size being 6% of total grant allocation is an appropiate size (unlike the first attempt). Glad to see the numbers are more reasonable this time around.

I hope this sets a reasonable baseline for what other projects should get based on their impact on arbitrum ecosystem.

Good luck!


I’m all in for this one! Let’s hope the DAO has learned from their past mistake because rejecting the last proposal was a dumb move. It hit every one of us ecosystem folks in the gut when the token prices started nosediving right after that rejection. Looking forward to seeing how this grant plays out!


d2.finance strongly supports this proposal. To be honest, we would have preferred the original 12M proposal, as it is quantifiable that Camelot has already created a multiple of that value in its short existence. However, we believe this is a good start!


Very thorough and complete.

The primary purpose of these grants needs to be to propel growth – either through liquidity incentives and/or through the onboarding of new users and protocols. This proposal checks both boxes. All the presented numbers line up. There are accountability measures.

A grant injection into Camelot hits a critical local artery, benefiting all parties.


I fully support this proposal and want to thank the camelot team for spearheading the grants process and pushing the DAO forward to get us to the position we are in today.

Without their hands-on involvement and leadership both with the first grant proposal and their active participation in the STIP design and implementation we would still be sitting around complaining as we lose ground to other incentivised L2s.


It has been a pleasure seeing my dear so-called “Camelot” firmly position itself as the native DEX of Arbitrum.

Beyond just DEX support, their ability to connect DeFi protocols via the proverbial “rounded table” has been excellent in encouraging cross-protocol collaboration which has been at the forefront of Arbitrum’s success.

Good guys and deserved recipients indeed.

Warm regards,



It’s a well structured proposal and Camelot’s position as the leading native DEX that supports the majority of native pairs makes for a compelling position.

3m ARB is definitely on the upper end, despite Camelot supporting many partners. I would hope Camelot do look to utilise this amount (if granted) across every protocol they currently support that is still actively building.

No further comment.


This really seems like a proposal that will drive TVL to Arbitrum, the way Camelot has a full range of options for LPing is something I have not seen on other DEXs.
Their Nitro pools seem like an awesome feature, not exactly sure how they work but have read they are permissionless infrastructure and have seen the sheer amount of protocols that have incentivized their own LPs using them. On top of that they have automated v3 partner protocols in the app as well as the Merkl incentives programme. Really does seem like the full Monty with regards to liquidity management, all bases covered, all strategies considered, implemented and even managed.
These grants to my mind are to foster growth, to increase adoption and usage of Arbitrum. I really can’t see how many of the grant proposals set a clear path to do just that. I can however clearly see how this proposal does. It will take incentives on what is already considered the Arbitrum native DEX to another level. Camelot is already incentivising quite well, some of the current yields for LPs are some of the best out there. As mentioned with so many different strategies too, the Orange Finance vault, which is a delta neutral hedged vault I think. Seems a bit different to the rest and again just shows how Camelot works so closely with so many protocols in the Arbitrum ecosystem in a bespoke manner. Really hard for me to not see Camelot DEX as one of the most worthy of these grant proposals, purely down to what they have actually done for the Arbitrum ecosystem. Being fair the last proposal may have been considered as too much, although it was the first of its kind. Opening doors to what we are now seeing with this influx of grant proposals. Whether or not their last proposal should have been voted in is debatable, what is not really up for debate is that Arbitrum suffered enormously soon after the rejection. Would be awful to see that again, especially with the L2 race heating up. We have a great native DEX. It is solely focused on Artbitrum, let’s help take Arbitrum to the next level and vote this one in, we don’t need a repeat of what we saw three months ago. To have our native DEX incentivising in this manner is like having a glowing standard bearer. Everyone on all chains will see the native Arbitrum DEX being supported by the Arbitrum ecosystem and the symbiotic relationship that it brings is worth its weight in gold.


As a Camelot user but also as a partner protocol with Lodestar Finance, I am fully in support of this proposal: Collaborating with the Camelot team has always been fruitful and productive, while they sure have at heart the success of the Arbitrum ecosystem


A project has a very high TVL but extremely low Volume. One of the most inefficient DEXs I’ve ever seen.

The number of more than 3M ARB is too large for this protocol. I don’t believe that with this 3M, Camelot can surpass Uniswap or Trader Joe


i think this is the only proposal (at least from the several I read) that is planning for variable incentives accordingly to conditions, expectations and potential result. This show IMHO that the proposal is well crafted and conceived.

Camelot, of all the protocols that presented a proposal in the STIP, is one that is pushing for the arbitrum adoption the most: not only is native, but keeps iterating on new features while, instead, most other dexes would have just taken the “easy” route of expanding into new chains. This speaks loud on their mission and vision.


I fully support this well written proposal.
Camelot has created and continues to create incredible value for the Arbitrum ecosystem.
Although the 12M ARB proposal did not pass last time I’m hopeful this one can pass and showcase the positive impact even a smaller sized grant can have on both Camelot and the projects deciding to host their liquidity on their platform.



please change your approach to funding the ecosystem


You should endeavor to read to comprehend not reading to react the fact that you mentioned Ramses made your whole Gribbish write up quite sentimental… Camelot is Miles ahead of Ramses and Ramses will only dream of attaining 0.001% of what Camelot have achieve in the past few months!

Now get off with your cringe attitude.


in the screenshots you show

camelot V3 has a better volume to tvl on ETH/USDC than Uniswap V3 does

are you sure you’re making the right conclusions here?