With Raizer, we succeeded in correcting all of the weaknesses of the original Counterparty DEX.
In August, we finished the product and conducted a thorough trial with a small number of users and cooperating projects.
As a result of that trial, we decided to begin full-scale operations in 2019.
It is only a matter of time before the era of decentralized exchanges arrives and second layers become standard. Raizer will lead that race.
Counterparty tokens offer the same security as Bitcoin. Unlike mainstream ERC tokens, Counterparty tokens can be issued without an engineer. That allows anyone to start a token business with just a few dollars for the issuance fee.
Counterparty provides rich flexibility for token businesses. You could say that it is the ideal platform for token businesses and token economies not aiming for decentralization. But despite having the optimal functionality for starting a token business, Counterparty tokens remained obscure. Why?
The problem was the original DEX where new tokens were traded until being listed on various exchange places. The interface was complicated and difficult to use, and even though it ran on the BTC blockchain, Bitcoins could not be used on the original DEX due to the specification.
For that reason. even players aiming to start a token business or economy who placed no importance on decentralization ended up choosing ERC, despite the high costs involved for a startup. In 2018, ICOs raised $7.541 billion, the majority of which went towards ERC tokens. However, many of those tokens did not actually require ERC's strong decentralization.
We believe that by solving these problems, players who desire decentralization will choose ERC, and players who do not will choose Counterparty, resulting in a more optimized and approachable environment for cryptocurrency startups. To solve them, we developed the Tokenizer feature, which allows CP tokens and BTC to be traded on the DEX, and an interface on par with existing exchanges.
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