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Membrana, the blockchain platform for digital asset management, has announced the start of its highly anticipated public Token Generation Event (TGE). The event seeks to put the power of its new, trading-defining utility token into the hands of traders and market participants, establishing a new status quo in making it profitable and secure for both parties to exchange values through smart contracts.
Membrana eliminates the middleman and the attendant security risks and trust issues associated with the exchange of financial values through existing mediums.
The Four Pillars of Digital Asset Trust Management
Membrana has been built from the ground up, and based on four core pillars intended to usher legal clarity to the relationship between crypto market participants and traders, enabling them to enter into mutually beneficial relationships transparently. The first of this pillar is the platform’s groundbreaking API Key for the Safe Exchange of Trust Management Funds.
Membrana’s API Key enables market participants to transfer their exchange account into the trust management pool of a professional trader. The key is safely stored in a secured database on the platform for the participant to access at any moment’s notice. Transferring one’s account to the trust management pool allows professional and vetted traders on the platform to trade the assets on the account via the Membrana single trading terminal for profits. No trader has any access to the participant’s wallet, rather all assets remain in the exchange wallet and the trader only is granted access to trade the assets.
Truly Securing Value
Access to the participant’s assets for trading is mediated by a smart contract that allows the parties to set their stop loss, trader’s compensation, profit target, and duration of the trading engagement. This smart contract is the second pillar governing every exchange and relationship on Membrana platform. Once the targeted profit has been reached, the smart contract automatically pays the trader based on the agreed set percentage based on the amount transferred in trust management. Payment can also be agreed upon to be settled upon expiration of the engagement duration.
Membrana’s third pillar is built on establishing trust and confidence in the trader’s ability based on the confirmation of the trader’s profitability history. By saving every contract executed by the trader on the blockchain and the results, market participants will be able to easily access the trader’s success ratio, ROI, rating, and strategy depth in order to match a trader to their asset.
The hash sum of every trade executed by the trader is saved daily in the smart contract and dated on the blockchain to prevent counterfeiting. This also makes it impossible for traders to save only profitable transactions to influence their portfolio history. Participants will be able to see the entirety of the trader’s history, with winning and losing trades, before contracting engagement.
Diversification is key to managing any asset. Applying the same principle to trading relationships, Membrana gives asset owners the ability to only transfer a portion of their asset to the trader, distribute it amongst numerous traders, or independently trade the remaining portion. This fourth pillar provides asset owners with an unparalleled degree of flexibility in diversifying the management of their assets while retaining full control of their assets.
Membrana’s Token Sale
The presale event for Membrana‘s token sale starts on the 10th of December by 6 PM (GMT 0). Up to 70% bonus will be made available to early birds on the first day before gradually decreasing to 25% by the 7th and 8th week. 137,5000,000 MBN out of a total supply of 1,000,000,000 MBN will be made available during the presale.
For more information, or to participate in the MBN token sale, visit Membrana’s Official Site – https://membrana.io/
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