TomoChain is planned to be the second network, after Ethereum, to be integrated into the Poolz ecosystem. This integration will allow new projects to accept funding in native $TOMO, as well as issue TRC21 standard tokens to expand their fund-raising scope. Project owners will be able to launch and manage liquidity auctions that are easily discoverable by not only investors on Poolz’s platform, but also by $TOMO and other token holders.
TomoChain and Poolz shall work closely on the technical development to facilitate greater interoperability through a decentralized fund-raising platform, which in turn, will further strengthen DeFi adoption and value. …
Over the past decade, blockchain technology has become increasingly relevant and popular, with disruptive use-cases in almost every sector. So much so, that by 2025, its global market size is expected to surpass $39 Billion. As such, the finance sector could be the biggest contributor to this growth, especially with the rise of DeFi.
DeFi, as we know it, was formally conceived with Ethereum’s launch in 2015. Now, within merely six years, the sector has achieved over $12 Billion in market capitalization. …
At Poolz, our months of planning and execution has started to show results. Our work has proven its caliber to many of the blockchain and crypto pioneers.
We’re proud and excited to welcome on-board Kha Nguyen and Or Dadosh as two of Poolz’s new strategic advisors.
Kha is an experienced blockchain consultant with over a decade of experience in the IT industry. He is currently the lead blockchain consultant for the Proof of Stake blockchain platform TomoChain (TOMO).
In Kha’s more than 10 years’ experience, he has managed multiple senior-level roles in the largest technology companies. He has worked directly on app design, business analysis, and project management. Nguyen has been been involved with Poolz for more than two months, helping us tackle complicated technical challenges we faced along the way. We are sure that his vast blockchain industry network and his immense faith in Poolz will open up doors to many new opportunities for us. …
Broadly, there are two categories of Poolz users. One involves the Project Owners or Pool Creators, while Investors or Liquidity Providers (LP) comprise the other. In this section, we discuss available pool types, the user flows, pool states, and Poolz’s governance model.
There will be two types of pools on the platform — Direct Sale Pools (DSP) and Time-Locked Pools (TLP).
Poolz is a decentralized on-chain token exchange powered by the Poolz (POZ) token. The project is deployed on the Ethereum virtual machine (EVM), making POZ an ERC-20 standard token. As the native asset of Poolz, POZ will be used for incentivization, governance, ongoing project development, and token burns across the Poolz network.
After months of brainstorming and hard work with the best industry professionals, we’re excited to see our idea come to fruition. And as that happens, we are thrilled to announce that we have raised $180,000 in seed sales through private equity and token sales. This comes along with the release of the Poolz white paper.
We are grateful to the investors who believed in Poolz and in our mission. With Poolz, we aim to disrupt and fully decentralize liquidity auctions. …
For decentralized finance (Defi) to cross the tipping-point of mass adoption, there must be a solution able to house multiple blockchains under an interactive umbrella, independent of custodial supervision. Such solution will also serve multiple cross-chain interactions, like crypto exchanges.
While there are some token swapping protocols in the Defi space, executing this already; they, however, do not make provision for early-stage projects and are limited in cross-chain exchanging.
In this post, we are officially proposing Poolz for the first time, as a liquidity pool exchange, adopted for both early-stage liqudity provision, as well as, for existing tokens and eventually for cross-chain token exchange. …