24/7 365 days a year trading between peers.

All on a high speed network with security and value.

Smart code and intelligent wallet

Blockchain aware

Able to trade at will 24 hours a day 365 days a year

Everything You Need for Trading Virtual or Real Assets

Modules can be added to the TWallet to enable various use cases .. and more being developed


Here is an example our mobile wallet

Trading Crypto

Here we show Graphics on crypto trading via sidechains (any chains with ERC20 type Tokens or smart contracts) . Our platform can include coins from other smart contract enabled blockchain platforms, even those with differing consensus methods or blockchain layouts and parameters. Only the coin token is transferred “virtually” to its clone, however to redeem a coin would generally involve returning it to the original blockchain until exchanges were happy to accept cloned coins that they would need to redeem themselves, presumably at a discount as they could then pool coins for a volume redemption.

You could then trade via the DEX the Neo for Ether or $US or Yen or whatever tokens have been transferred across.

fig 7 sidechain

If fig XY above the Træde mainnet takes crypto token Neo and Ether as N’ and E’ to enable trading of these and the Ethereum and Neo Mainnets accept clones of $’ ¥’ and €’ which they can now transfer or use in transactions on their network. To redeem the $’ ¥’ and €’ either transfer back to Træde mainnet or settle via a 3rd party like an exchange that accepts $’ ¥’ and €’.  Since they can have accounts on the Træde blockchain we feel many exchanges will boost their liquidity by accepting Træde asset tokens as they are redeemable at all times for verified real assets.

A short list of tradable ERC tokens is Neo, Augur, Bancor Network, Civic, Gnosis and Golem. These are perhaps in the top 10 of hundreds of tokens.

To redeem a Træde asset token a user’s TWallet starts a OVA redemption process dependent on each asset type. For national currency it may be as simple as nominating a registered bank account that can accept the currency or for physical gold a registered mailing address (for ounce or less quantities) or secure transfer or delivery via verified 3rd party Logistics operators.

This results in a non-custodial decentralized exchange system where the TWallet may exchange tokens with other TWallet users without trust on a single entity. By pegging Ethereum into a smart contract suite it is possible to clone Ether onto the Træde chain to allow for TWallet token pairs to occur over Ether, creating a liquid market and if crypto trading pairs crosses with ETH, the trading spreads would be much smaller as well as stable. If trading pairs are real assets or national currency then the stability of the system increases to that of a “cash” system and with very low volatility.

TWallet digital asset tokens like GLD (Gold) can be used as a trade crossing with say digital USD (US dollars) however, there would be an incentive to use decentralized tokens for settlement of say GLD due to liquidity or trust advantages related to programmed contracts and anonymity in ETH. By allowing for physical assets to be the backing for TWallet asset tokens, the users can be assured of a known value between TWallet trade activities.  Not every payment between two distinct TWallets must be performed using a trade on the decentralized exchange. The users can send tokens to other users of the system at will, perhaps as payment for goods and services or as gifts. Wallets can also hold some reserve balance of tokens for use by micropayments via State channels to or via other Wallets, ready to be used for smaller transfers in frequent small direct transactions. State Channel systems such as Lightning or Raiden Networks allow for payments to occur off the sidechain when TWallets hold balances to facilitate rapid payments. An implementation to allow for such payments across ETH, GLD, or other tokens which can be easily pegged to the Træde chain for TWallet balances can be provided on the Træde sidechain.

fig 8 wallet