Whether a user is trying to make a $10 trade or a $10,000 trade on Uniswap, costs reach upwards of $50+, depending on the network congestion at the time of the transaction. This has made Ethereum transactions too expensive for most retail traders to participate in. Sidechains, layer 2 (L2) solutions, and even different blockchains such as the Binance Smart Chain (BSC) have emerged as a result of this market need. Some of these solutions have seen an increase in volume and have even gained some traction. Yet they each come with qualms of inaccessibility, lack of adoption, and centralisation.