Arkania Protocol Launch Multi-Chain Launchpad Making IDOs Accessible to All – Press release Bitcoin News


PRESS RELEASE. Arkania Protocol has announced its IDO Launchpad for the public, with anti-whale mechanism, KYC and robust security.

12th January, St. Vincent & the Grenadines — The Arkania platform connects promising new projects with the global crypto community, offering developers a chance to showcase innovative new start-ups to individuals who then have the option to support them from the ground floor. Built on Binance Smart Chain, Arkania will integrate other chains in the future to offer an interoperable token launch experience.

Public Friendly with Anti-Whale Mechanism

With some new projects looking to secure massive sales of their token, it has become a common practice to offer private sales to a select number of large volume buyers, often with no cap on the number of tokens available to each buyer. This formula is sometimes even repeated in the public sale allowing “whales” to purchase a huge amount of tokens and later wield the power to manipulate the market for personal gain.

The team at Arkania is acutely aware of this and to combat the issue they have incorporated an anti-whale mechanism in their platform. In combination with KYC requirements, each user will be allocated 1 ticket which equates to an equal chance to participate in IDOs launched on the platform.

Features and Security

Another user-friendly feature is the 10-day “Cooling Phase” between when a participant wins participation in an IDO and then applied for another. This mechanism brings a level of fairness to the platform, allowing other users to apply for the next project launch. Arkania has integrated the decentralized KYC solutions expertise of Fractal, allowing backers to keep their sensitive information private, but allowing them to clear whitelisting on the Arkania platform.

While the platform offers an easy way for enthusiasts and backers to get in early on upcoming launches, it does not forgo the quality of the projects. Each project is meticulously tested against set parameters that include project feasibility, long-term viability, and a security audit. On the other side of the proverbial coin, it significantly reduces the project listing fee, lowering barriers and friction for projects to get on board the platform.

ANIA: A Token for the Public

Arkania’s native BEP-20 compliant ANIA token offers investors and enthusiasts a broad range of benefits on the platform, ranging from discounts, special early access to launches, staking rewards, and community-powered launchpad (converting into a DAO). The pre-sale tokens will be allocated on a first come first serve basis.

The ANIA token is already live, with pre-sale Round 1 successfully completed. Round 2 timeline is as follows:

  • Whitelisting: Starting on 8th January 2022 (1300 UTC) and will continue till the 20th).
  • Round 2: From the next day, 21st January at 1300 UTC, and run for 48 hours ending on 23rd January, 2022.
  • Price in Round 2: $0.04 per ANIA.
  • Round 2 Cap: $1,450,000
  • Allocation Per Applicant: Minimum $500, maximum $5,000 (anti-whale mechanism).
  • Pancakeswap Listing: 25th January 2022.

About Arkania

Developed to address the most pressing problems faced by the crypto community, Arkania is an innovative project, backed by a robust team with vast experience in crypto, cybersecurity, and smart contract development.

The Arkania platform is dedicated to becoming the solution to growing security risks faced by IDO and token sale participants today. The platform’s ease of listing provides crypto projects with a readily available market of backers and enthusiasts. To learn more about the IDO platform, interested parties can visit the Arkania website.

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Chia Network Launches Native Peer-to-Peer Trading Services for Wallet Holders


Chia Network, the energy-efficient, blockchain and smart transaction platform created by BitTorrent founder Bram Cohen, is launching native, peer-to-peer exchange services for Chia wallet holders, the company said Tuesday.

  • To support the product, called Offers, the company said that it was partnering with Stably to launch USDS on the Chia blockchain. USDS is the first dollar denominated stablecoin on the Chia blockchain. Stably will also make wrapped bitcoin and wrapped ether available on the Chia blockchain.
  • “Chia is meeting critical security and compliance needs to make peer-to-peer transactions safer and easier,” Chia President and COO Gene Hoffman said in a statement. “Launching Offers is the first step in delivering on those needs, and our partnership with Stably to provide U.S. dollar-pegged stablecoins and wrapped cryptocurrencies is integral to the process.”

Read More: Chia Network to Develop Prototype for World Bank’s Climate Warehouse

  • In a phone interview with CoinDesk, Hoffman said that the latest initiative would help Chia connect with its “core community of early adopters” – entrepreneurs and developers. He added that “stablecoins are a great way for a business to put dollar value into a (Chia) wallet to buy carbon credits.”
  • Through Offers, Chia wallet holders – called makers and takers – can create and accept trade offers. Chia said that the service allows any two users to complete trades securely without fees, counterparty risk or the need for middlemen custodians that characterize centralized exchanges.
  • San Francisco-based Chia, which aims to reduce public blockchains’ energy dependency, raised $61 million in a Series D funding round at a valuation of $500 million last year.


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Aave launches its permissioned pool Aave Arc, with 30 institutions set to join


Decentralized lending platform Aave has launched its permissioned lending and liquidity service Aave Arc to help institutions participate in regulation-compliant decentralized finance.

As opposed to its permissionless cross-chain counterparts on the platform, Aave Arc is a permissioned liquidity pool specifically designed for institutions to maintain regulatory compliance in the decentralized finance (DeFi) space.

The first of 30 entities lined up for the whitelist for Aave Arc was Fireblocks, the institutional digital asset custodian. It explained in a Jan. 5 announcement the pool “enables whitelisted institutions to securely participate in DeFi as liquidity suppliers and borrowers.”

Users of Aave Arc must perform due diligence procedures such as know your customer/ anti-money laundering (KYC/AML) in order to gain access.

Slides from Aave’s first reveal of the permissioned pool in July 2021.

Fireblocks also serves as a whitelisting agent for Aave Arc, ensuring other institutions that wish to join the permission pool perform KYC/AML requirements. Aave cannot perform this task itself because it is not a regulated entity such as a bank or other traditional finance institution. 

As the whitelisting agent, Fireblocks has already approved “30 licensed financial institutions to participate on Aave Arc as suppliers, borrowers, and liquidators.”

Among some of the whitelisted entities are Anubi Capital, Canvas Digital, CoinShares, GSR, and crypto yield aggregator Celsius.

Related: SBF ‘optimistic’ about institutional crypto adoption in 2022

Aave’s new permissioned liquidity pool aims to onboard more institutions to the burgeoning DeFi space that has $133 billion in total value locked (TVL) as of time of writing. That TVL has grown 4.5 times since Jan. 10 of 2021 according to DappRadar.

While institutions began purchasing cryptocurrency in increasingly sizable portions in 2021, most remained skittish about dabbling in DeFi due to compliance hurdles and regulatory uncertainty.