What is Camelot? Camelot has been built as a highly efficient and customizable protocol, allowing both builders and users to leverage our custom infrastructure for deep, sustainable, and adaptable liquidity. 

Permissionless Camelot firmly believe that offering to protocols the right to directly interact with Camelot without any consent nor intervention from the team is essential, and that this should be the absolute standard for a modern AMM.

Long-term sustainability Camelot is based on a dual token system, consisting of the native liquid GRAIL and its escrowed version xGRAIL, a non-transferable governance token, both being used as farming rewards. 

OBJECTIVES – To provide the Arbitrum ecosystem with a wide range of innovative features, enabling them to have an extremely high degree of flexibility and control over their own liquidity

– To support new protocols launching on Arbitrum, providing the tools that enable them to launch, bootstrap liquidity, and sustain their growth - To make available to all permissionless tools allowing projects of all sizes to leverage our protocol in whatever way suits their need

– To deliver state-of-the-art functionality that can be easily integrated, built upon, and leveraged by other protocols within the ecosystem - To be as decentralized as possible, allowing the community to drive the protocol forward as a DAO, whilst enabling the core team to sustainably build the protocol

– To apply the real yield narrative to a DEX and liquidity providing - creating innovative emissions strategies that leverage more sustainable tokenomics, aligning incentives with builders, users, and the protocol