Our mission is simple but unique. We are set to open up the vast potential within the Decentralized Exchange niche of the DeFI industry and maximize value for every user.
Although the platform is based on Cardano network, our aim is to enable users to carry out non-custodial exchange and swap of their asset across chains following a self-compliant smart contract that is devoid of intrusion by any centralized third party.
Our vision is to become the first Cardano-based DEX that will ensure better interoperability across chains and allow for seamless swap of tokens both on the Cardano blockchain and other ones like Ethereum via a fool-proof bridge or converter.
This is part of our extended vision of laying a solid background for extended business and expansion opportunities. Our long term objective is to be the one-stop shop for DeFi services on the Cardano blockchain including but not limited to staking and asset management.
As fast as competitor blockchain networks are improving with new features such as DeFi capability, smart contract creation, custom token issuance and multi-asset support, the Cardano network stood still with the development team concocting ambitious features in the background. Some of them include:
Liquidity pool is the backbone of any decentralized exchange and it is with it that trading activities are carried out successfully. Bringing this to the Cardano community will give users the opportunity to participate in the liquidity pool and earn reward on every transaction.
As a Decentralized Exchange, DOEX doesn’t hold control of users' funds, rather it provides a trade routing layer to carry out transactions. The aim of this process is to take the best available opportunity throughout the range of different trading venues and offer users the best price.
DOEX uses a live feed price oracle mechanism that ensures that the real live price of cryptocurrency assets is being fed into the smart contract so that transaction is carried out at current market price. With this, there will be a very low margin for error in case of volatility, market correction and price shocks.
This is a novel feature that allows the payment of transaction fees in user-defined tokens on Cardano. It is yet another illustration of the power of the network’s approach and its ability to support a diverse and entrepreneurial community of users and stake pool operators.
Leveraging Cardano blockchain, users can participate in the market without ever leaving their wallet. As such, you carry out swap and exchange operations without entrusting your fund to third parties.
Our solution is community focused and completely decentralized. DOEX token holders can make proposals and vote democratically on protocol changes.
September 27th, 2017
The Ethereum white paper was published in late 2013 and the software went live in July 2015. In 2021, the network is scheduled to complete an extensive overhaul of its software that will bring it closer to the completion of its roadmap.
Cardano was created by technologists Jeremy Wood and Charles Hoskinson, one of the co-founders of Ethereum.
Ethereum was created by 19-year-old Vitalik Buterin (with many others contributing to its code). Buterin was previously a founder at the publication Bitcoin Magazine and a 2014 Theil Fellow.
ETH (Note: ETC is an earlier version of the Ethereum software, now managed separately).
Cardano’s primary use case is to allow transactions in its native cryptocurrency, ADA, and to enable developers to build secure decentralized applications powered by it.
However, Cardano differs from other blockchain projects by emphasizing a research-driven approach to design, aiming to achieve an academic rigor it believes will propel adoption of its technology.
While Cardano may not promise new ground-breaking features, users and developers may find its cryptocurrency offers appealing optimizations based on scientific research and formal verification, a process by which its code is verified mathematically.
Further, Cardano is released in phases and has seen 5 major platform upgrades since 2017, including Byron, which enabled the transfer for ADA cryptocurrency for the first time and Voltaire, which introduced a new model for how users could fund development for software changes.
Ethereum was created with the intention of becoming a global, open-source platform for custom assets and new kinds of economic applications.
Considered to be one of the most ambitious blockchain projects to date, Ethereum seeks to leverage blockchain technology to decentralize products and services in a wide range of use cases beyond money.
To date, Ethereum has seen a few distinct phases that have emphasized different aspects of its capabilities.
First, entrepreneurs flocked to Ethereum in 2017 during its famous “ICO boom”, where creators would try to raise money for new projects using new assets on the Ethereum blockchain.During this time, Ethereum was seen as something of a global capital allocator and funding mechanism.
A new phase of Ethereum, called decentralized finance (DeFi), has started garnering attention in 2020. This movement saw the creation of decentralized applications (dapps) intended to automate financial services like lending or borrowing without the need for a traditional bank or intermediary.
Cardano is maintained by three separate and independent organizations.
The Cardano Foundation oversees development of the Cardano blockchain.
IOHK built Cardano and designed Ouroboros, the proof-of-stake algorithm Cardano uses to operate its network.
Emurgo helps encourage enterprises and larger organizations to adopt Cardano’s technology.
At the time of its launch, approximately 31 billion ADA were created, nearly 26 billion of which were sold to investors by a Japan-based company hired to manage the sale. Participants were able to purchase vouchers that could later be exchanged for ADA on the software’s release.
Vitalik Buterin envisioned Ethereum as a “world computer” on which anyone could launch and run an application.
This idea was propelled forward by a non-profit, the Ethereum Foundation, which sold 72 million ETH, Ethereum’s cryptocurrency, in a crowdsale, to raise $18 million at the time.
However, what would distinguish Ethereum early on was the vibrant developer community that would soon spin up around the project.
Meaningful contributions to its technology would be made by developers like Gavin Wood, Jeff Wilke, Joseph Lubin and Charles Hoskinson, who all would go on to become prominent voices in the blockchain ecosystem.
To secure its network, Cardano uses Ouroboros, a consensus mechanism similar to Proof of Stake (PoS) ones that enables users to validate transactions and earn newly minted ADA.
Ouroboros divides time into epochs and slots, where epochs are the overarching time frames, and slots are 20-second increments within epochs.
Within each slot, a slot leader is randomly chosen and is responsible for choosing the blocks that get added to the blockchain.
Once the epoch has ended, the previous slot leaders elect the slot leaders of the next epoch.
In order to create dapps, developers write programs, called smart contracts, and deploy this code to the Ethereum blockchain. These dapps are essentially large constructions of smart contracts that can be set in motion if and when specific outcomes are met.
Similar to Bitcoin, Ethereum employs Proof of Work (PoW) mining to power its blockchain.
However, the network is in the process of migrating towards Ethereum 2.0, at which time it plans to alter its consensus mechanism to an alternative called Proof of Stake (PoS).
Under this model, any user who owns a minimum of 32 ETH could lock those funds in a contract and earn rewards for solving computations needed to add new blocks to the blockchain.
ADA is the main cryptocurrency powering Cardano, is minted every block and distributed to slot leaders as rewards for verifying transactions.
Like many other cryptocurrencies, the supply of ADA tokens is limited, meaning that according to the software’s rules there will only ever be 45 billion ADA.
In early 2021, 31 billion ADA were in circulation, with the remaining 14 billion scheduled to be issued through minting.
Ether (ETH) is the main cryptocurrency powering Ethereum. Similar to Bitcoin, ETH is minted in every block and distributed to its miners.
However, where Bitcoin has a limited supply, Ethereum does not place a limit on the amount of ETH that can be minted, and its supply is programmed to increase by 4.5% each year. Notably, changes to the monetary policy are proposed by developers and voted on by nodes and miners running the software.
The Ethereum blockchain is also powered by another cryptographic function called “gas,” which is a special computational unit used for the computation fees. Of note, the more complex the computation, the more gas a given program will require.