This article was first published on Kyber Network - Medium
We’re happy to announce that Aleph.im Network will be running an Automated Price Reserve for the ALEPH token on Kyber Network!
The ALEPH token will be accessible through KyberSwap and other DApps and platforms that are powered by Kyber’s on-chain liquidity protocol — the most popular and integrated #DeFi protocol.
To date, Kyber Network collectively supports over 80 ERC20 tokens. Learn how to buy/sell ERC20 tokens on KyberSwap with our basic guide.
Listing information for ALEPH
- Listing date: Thursday, 29th Oct, 2020
- Listing time: 9 PM (GMT+8)
About Aleph.im Network
Aleph.im Network is a safe decentralized network providing decentralized storage and computing for internet-scale applications and decentralized finance, on all blockchains.
Current decentralized applications are generally unreliable and slow or tied to single blockchain architecture. Decentralized applications need to not only overcome these issues, but they also need to be able to communicate with other projects. The large majority of current blockchain-related technologies cannot scale to the levels needed for large applications (social networks, web apps, IoT providers, etc) we use on a daily basis.
Aleph intends to provide a solution to these issues by offering fast single cross-technologies and cross-chain solutions on a decentralized and reliable ecosystem.
Aleph.im messages signed using any of the underlying chain addresses are accepted instantly on the network. Those messages can come from a wide source range, including IoT devices, decentralized applications and trusted data providers (a dApp can handle multiple providers for a decentralized data sourcing).
Messages are then processed by the network and processes running on top of it. For maximum security, an application can wait for a confirmation on a blockchain to trust a message (but this is not mandatory for non-critical actions).
Applications for users
Aleph.im’s tools and network allow developers to create decentralized applications and devices....
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