ENVELOP’s competitors. Who are they, and what are they doing?

  1. It can be used to combine various tokens into one
  2. Create tradable pools (DeFi segment)
  3. Make any token private
  4. You can collect portfolios from tokens
  • tokens in one contract can be fungible and non-fungible at the same time;
  • supports atomic swaps;
  • supports batch transactions;
  • not all transactions need to wait for the end of the block.
  • User 1 has bitcoins (BTC) but wants to receive ETH;
  • User 2 has ETH but needs bitcoins;
  • User 1 places bitcoins in the vault;
  • User 2 puts ETH into storage;
  1. Complexity;
  2. Security;
  3. Transaction costs;
  4. Speed;
  5. Dependencies.
  1. It became evident to many that cross-chain mechanics, on the one hand securing NFTs and other assets and on the other hand, are understandable steps in the evolution of crypto-finance. In this regard, the ENVELOP team is glad that they are not alone and that our ideas have ALREADY been tested in practice.
  2. However, there are also significant differences between our project and its counterparts.
  1. ENVELOP is built on a product-based micro-DAO architecture, which assumes the approach I called Farming 2.0. Farming 2.0 is when you share not only the income (“profit”) but also expenses. Without this approach, the implementation of cases in the b2b segment becomes very expensive and not very promising.
  2. ENVELOP itself is a super-DAO, each element of which (Protocol, Oracle, Index, and Token) can be supplemented with the functionality that “competitors” implement. Yes, we initially relied on aggregation, and, as you can see, for a good reason.
  3. ENVELOP contains not just an Oracle but a decentralized Oracle (due to the implementation of item 1 above): this approach allows you to eliminate many difficulties both at the architecture level (say, when tokenizing payment channels and/or roll-ups) and specific implementations.
  4. ENVELOP also assumes the presence of the Index. We create a closed cycle of the insurance (or, more correctly, hedging) the user’s risks at each step.
  5. Don’t have any money, but you want to take NFT in rent for the game? The product part of the micro-DAO allows you to do this.
  6. Have money? Then there are several situations:
  • Working with an asset — Protocol level;
  • Working with an asset and a project — Oracle level;
  • Working with the market and/or its segments and / niches — Index level.
  • Cross-chain due to the turnover/deployment of assets in different DRS;
  • Accumulation of value in collateral storage;
  • etc




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