Openbook Market ID

"Web3.js and Cloud Storage Solutions" Create your market identity now, 100% compatible with all exchange platforms.
It works compatible with Raydium.io and all other Defi sites.

Mints

Configure the mints for the tokens you want to create a market for.

Tickers

Configure the tick sizes, or lowest representable quantities of base and quote tokens.

1e -x

1e -x

Advanced Options

Advanced features are available to developers only.


Total Rent Estimate;
(Platform fee 0.05 SOL included) 0.25 SOL

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Risk Agreement

I confirm that I have confirmed all details and that I am fully responsible for creating the market. Need at least 0.25 SOL to prevent transaction failure.

Frequently Asked Questions

Have questions? We have answers!

  • What is Openbook Market ID?
    Openbook Market ID is a unique ID that allows your coin project to be traded on defi platforms. All major defi platforms in the Solana network e.g. (Raydium.io) requires obtaining this identity.
  • How is Affordable Cost Ensured?
    As you know, the average market id creation fee is around "3 SOL", but thanks to our innovative solutions and web3.js technology, market id creation reduces the network and rental costs to only around 0.25 - 0.3 SOL. Our efforts to reduce costs continue. You can review our work in our Github repository below.
  • What is Quote Mint?
    Quote Mint; This is the area where you determine which currency you would prefer to trade with on the defi platforms of your coin project. You can choose one of these 3 currencies: SOL - USDC - USDT. Contract addresses are listed below.
    USDC: EPjFWdd5AufqSSqeM2qN1xzybapC8G4wEGGkZwyTDt1v
    USDT: Es9vMFrzaCERmJfrF4H2FYD4KCoNkY11McCe8BenwNYB
    Wrapped SOL: So1111111111111111111111111111111111111111112
  • How Should Tickers Settings ?
    You can configure the settings according to the examples below.
    Min. Order Size: Order book minimum order quantity.
    Example) When set to 4 -> 0.0001 units can be ordered.
    Example) When set to 0 -> Up to 1 item can be ordered.
    Example) set to 1 -> Up to 0.1 units can be made to order.
    Price Tick: These are the numbers in which the price is displayed.
    Example) When set to 5 -> The price of the token is displayed in 5 decimal places, such as 11.12345.
    Example) When set to 4 -> The price of the token is displayed in 4 decimal places such as 11.
    Note: Minimum order size cannot be larger than the decimal digits of the base token.