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1inch Limited builds decentralized protocols and contributes to the development of the 1inch Network. The synergy of 1inch protocols, including the 1inch Aggregation Protocol, the 1inch Liquidity Protocol and the 1inch Limit Order Protocol, enables the most lucrative, fastest and protected operations in DeFi.
CoinFx is the world's first international stablecoin settlement network; governed by sixty founders, executives, and venture capital firms on four continents and the CFX Labs core team. The members of CoinFX have previously built mission critical banking, fintech, payment, and exchange infrastructure that power the global crypto economy. CFX Labs is tasked with delivering a novel stability protocol that monetizes foreign exchange slippage and redirects value from middlemen to people and businesses. The mission: 190 institutional-grade local currency stablecoins on select L1 blockchains with native on and off-ramps maintained by CoinFX Members.
Decasonic is the venture and digital assets fund building blockchain innovation. We draw on our decades of experience as tech investors and operators to help founders in blockchain accelerate product-market fit and scale growth. As believers, builders, and investors in blockchain since 2013, we’ve engineered a systematic approach to iconic growth – with people, data, and relationships as the north stars of our fund. Visit www.decasonic.com to learn more.
Kyro is the first native web3 platform that enables the next generation of applications for crypto marketplaces. Kyro has created a new category of services that will transform crypto adoption with a simple and easy way for partners to re-think and push forward NFTs, Coins, Tokens and new frontier assets.
Membrane is a platform where users can transfer and lend digital assets. What makes them unique is their ability to automate this process. This provides users quick access to faster and cheaper OTC trading and Sec lending. Membrane has also been reducing gas fees through their patented netting and clearing process.
MetaMetaverse is a platform where users can create their own metaverse. Each metaverse functions as a virtual society with its own games, interactive experiences, economy, and governance. These metaverses are constructed with metameta lang, the layer 1 protocol for metaverse interoperability. There is also a metamap feature where users can look at other user’s metaverses. Within your metaverse you can create sub metaverses and sell them, set meta properties and name them, use existing game mechanics and vehicles, attach and display NFTs, set environmental settings, go on play2earn a coin collection game, build your own game, and upload your own 3D environment. $VOX is the governance token of the meta metaverse that controls the DAO. Fairy Dust is the native currency of the meta metaverse and can be earned by in game play. Meta Metaverse does sell their metaverses and takes a 2.5% fee on any in-game assets sold. CEO Joel Dietz was a part of the founding team of four members. Meta^2verse has a lot of opportunities to grow because of the accessibility/user friendliness, yet I am unsure of their long term success. As DAOs start to increase, I am curious to see if there will be another platform that allows people to create their own metaverse but without that fee.
Prime Trust powers innovation in the digital economy by providing fintech and digital asset innovators with financial infrastructure. Our API platform and plug-and-play widgets allow companies to build seamlessly, launch quickly, and scale securely.
Strider is a web3 platform that is focusing on bringing DAOs to video games. After recently being funded $3M, Strider plans to focus on giving people instant and transparent access to teams developing new intellectual property for entertainment and games, yet still offering the opportunity to co-create and invest. Strider explains that their personal mission is “to harness the creative power of communities to build storyworlds and games that go-to-market faster.” By allowing developers to build games on the blockchain, they can then decentralize the game to allow the community to start making decisions. Hopefully by giving users the opportunity to vote, games will become more refined. This is because it is the users who find bugs, who play the game, and most importantly who the product is for. If they are able to fix what they want, games created using DAOs should be great due to the excessive iteration. Crowdfunding these games also removes the blocker of money. Strider has been receiving lots of funding and with that they will be able to hire developers and get the tools they need. Not to mention that a token will be created as well along with governance tokens. Thus those who are governing the game will have true interest in it because they are purchasing the governance tokens. Bringing cryptocurrency to a game in a decentralized way is a foreign idea. Before DAO’s there was no market in games besides centralized virtual currencies. Strider is creating a new market within gaming.