New engaging partnership with Syscoin
Today we are happy to announce the partnership with Syscoin.
It is focused on unlocking the true potential of blockchain technology by offering unique solutions to complex problems, specifically: fast and low-cost tokens, assets, and NFTs secured by Bitcoin’s censorship-resistance and hashrate.
Already running on some of the most well-known platforms, Equalizer will add the Syscoin NEVM to its repertoire after it is released in early December. Our two teams will continue to collaborate by jointly researching and developing the viability of ZK-Rollups (solutions that perform transaction execution outside the main Ethereum chain).
We believe in the great perspectives of our cooperation because both of our projects are committed to the continuous evolution of blockchain technology and making Web 3.0 a reality. That is why we together are capable of building the infrastructure for handling the projects of tomorrow, which span to include decentralized finance and regulatory-compliant industries alike, from interconnected smart cities to the metaverse. Together with Syscoin, we can expand the value of Flash Loans worldwide and make Flash Loans accessible.
Syscoin is a decentralized and open-source project founded in 2014
The upcoming NEVM upgrade will combine The best of Bitcoin and Ethereum in a single coordinated platform.
Bitcoin’s proven security and Ethereum’s Turing-complete programmability elevated to true L2 scalability via ZK-Rollups.
Equalizer is the first dedicated flash loan marketplace built on top of a scalable infrastructure that can handle the rising demand of decentralized lending and borrowing and that can boost the trading volume of any listed asset. It offers top benefits over the popular do-it-all DeFi protocols and sets itself a class apart by offering lower fees, a virtually unlimited choice of token vaults, high liquidity through yield farming, and multi-chain capabilities.
Equalizer enables profitable trading strategies for arbitrage, liquidations, portfolio rebalancing, and collateral swapping.