May 04, 2023 | Frankie
We're excited to announce we are open-sourcing Artemis, a framework for writing MEV bots in Rust. Artemis is designed to be simple, modular, and fast.
MEV remains one of the strongest centralizing forces on Ethereum today. We believe that building open source tooling for MEV research and extraction is a clear avenue to combat this centralizing pressure.
Currently, there are many obstacles for new entrants in the MEV market:
We hope Artemis will alleviate some of these issues by providing flexible and reusable components for writing MEV bots, and by serving as a repository for contributing strategies and keepers.
Artemis is a library for writing bots, and a repository of strategies. We’ve designed the project with some of the following goals in mind:
At it’s core, the library is architected as an event processing pipeline, with three main components:
Additionally, we’re open sourcing a cross-market NFT arbitrage strategy, with more strategies coming soon.
You can try out Artemis today by visiting the project repo.
If you are a developer interested in building open-source MEV tooling, a protocol interested in open-sourcing a keeper, or a searcher interested in integrating Artemis, please reach out.
If you’d like to contribute code and don’t know where to start, please take a look at our issue tracker.
See you in the mempool!
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