Etherparty has unveiled Rocket 2.0, a software product that will act as a token crowdsale creator. The platform seeks to make it easy for people to launch, maintain, and track their blockchain projects, without the help of developers.
Etherparty Rocket 2.0
The end-to-end solution will have an option for the deployment of security tokens under the Real Security Token Standard Feature. In addition, Rocket 2.0 will integrate the InterPlanetary File System for the support of the Security Token system. Being blockchain agnostic, no single network or framework will act as an exclusive choice for users.
Rocket is a crowdsale that seeks to help upcoming blockchain startups raise capital. The platform comes with an amplified guideline that governs the entire process of conducting token sales. Further, it comes with what it calls a first-rate customer support. The solution also provides a way of tracking the progress of token sales and provides all the necessary recommendations.
Priced at $50,000 USD, the end-to-end solution from Etherparty comes with all the necessary elements for the execution of all the tokens in a crowdsale. One of the items included in the solution is a crowdfund-creating smart contract with exemplary security. It also features an online guidance and responsive customer support.
Moreover, the system seeks to ensure that all blockchain projects’ documentation is secure, as well as transparent, and accessible. Rocket has already attracted interest from over 600 projects underscoring its growing popularity.
“Rocket 2.0 really represents what security tokens should be – having the ability to link real-world assets and securitize them while using AML, KYC, filing in jurisdictions, dividends, voting, whitelisting, and storing actual documents in IPFS,” said Lisa Cheng, Founder and Head of R&D for Etherparty.
The unveiling of Rocket 2.0 comes months after Etherparty confirmed plans to work with Qtum. The Singaporean smart contract platform was to help integrate the Qtum blockchain on the crowdsale platform.
The integration was part of a bigger plan to make it easier for people to tokenize and launch crowdfunding contracts. The main goal of Etherparty, with the Rocket solution, is to make it easier for people to use multiple blockchain networks.
By working with Qtum, the two are ready to promote universal accessibility of the smart contract technology. Most importantly, the partnership should go a long way in proliferating smart contracts on the global scene.
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