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Troy

Exchange

Troy is a global prime broker specializing in crypto trading and asset management. Troy provides crypto brokerage services for institutional clients and professional traders including spot & margin trading, derivatives, data, custody, lending and staking in a single account.

IEO Details
IEO Start:
03 Dec 2019
IEO End:
04 Dec 2019
Launchpad:
Hardcap:
4,000,000 USD
Token Price:
0.005 USD
Min/Max cap:
Lottery
Total Supply:
10,000,000,000
IEO Supply:
800,000,000 (8%)
Accepting:
BNB
Whitelist/KYC:
Whitelist & KYC
Country:
China
Token Details
Token Platform:
Binance Coin
Coin Details
Ticker:
TROY
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Troy TROY Rank 529
$0.002864 (-4.67%)
0.00000015 BTC (-1.44%)
0.00000497 ETH (2.01%)
1 BTC ≈ 6,666,667 TROY
1 ETH ≈ 201,207 TROY
TROY
USD
Market Cap:
$5,447,349
Fully Diluted Market Cap:
$28,623,700
Volume 24h:
$970,554
ROI (USD):
-42.72% / 0.57x
ATH:
$0.011670
ATH Date:
05 December 2019
From ATH / To ATH:
-75.47% / 307.48%
Circulating Supply:
1,900,000,000 TROY
Total Supply:
10,000,000,000 TROY
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24h -4.67%
7d 1.40%
30d 16.64%
1y -
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24h -1.44%
7d -7.72%
30d -13.40%
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24h 2.01%
7d -8.75%
30d -21.46%
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TROY
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USD Amount -
BTC Amount -
ETH Amount -
Price $0.002864
Market Cap $5,447,349
Fully Diluted Market Cap $28,639,400
BTC Price 0.00000015
ETH Price 0.00000497
Troy (TROY) is a cryptocurrency, the latest Troy price is $0.002864, down -4.67% in the last 24 hours. Troy market cap is $5,447,349 with a 24h volume of $970,554. It has a circulating supply of 1,900,000,000 TROY and a total supply of 10,000,000,000 TROY. Troy reached it's all time high on 05 December 2019 when it was trading at $0.011670.
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Problems of centralized exchanges:

  • Fake Trading Volume: Centralized exchanges often falsify and wash trading data to fill liquidity traps and lure users to trade, often resulting in losses of users' assets.
  • Opacity and Centralization: Centralized exchanges have all the access and rights to the data of the trading happening on their platforms, so that they can maliciously abuse their privileges to create numerous profit opportunities thanks to their God perspective. So some exchanges will be a referee as well as a sportsman in the same game and harvest the retail traders by various illegal methods, such as illegally issuing extra tokens, carrying out insider trading or manipulating the price.
  • Lgnorance of Security Management: There are too many risk exposure in the centralized exchange, such as the closed-source code, theasset custody process that too many people get involved in. These processes are often opaque and centralized, which is easy to cause a lot of security bugs. Taking the famous "Mt. Gox " as an example, 850,000 bitcoins were stolen from Mt. Gox and then the exchange broke down in 2014, casting a shadow over the whole crypto industry. But in the end, most of the stolen bitcoins were stolen by their own staffs rather than getting hacked by outsiders. 

Problems of decentralized exchanges (DEX):

  • Poor User Experience: Because DEX is the trading happening on the blockchain, its account addresses are the same as the typical public and private key used in the blockchain. The keys are lengthy,meaningless random string, which is not conducive to users' memory and preservation. In addition, the trading steps are very different from the regular financial trading habits, which causes bad user experience.
  • High Latency, Low Efficiency and Poor Scalability: DEX needs to execute on the chain when it works, so that it takes more time to call smart contracts, reach consensus and execute trading orders than a centralized exchange does. If there is a network jam, the trading speed will be further reduced or even unusable. Given the extensibility bottleneck of the current public chain, DEX is also difficult to support the trading behavior of high density and large number of users. For example, IDEX, the famous decentralized exchange, has been unable to use due to surging trading volume for many times.
  • Simple, Basic Trading Tools: So far, DEX can merely support simple pending orders, withdrawal orders and direct trading, but cannot support entrusted trading, stop-limit order, market price trading and other complex trading functions.
  • Poor Liquidity: Users are not willing to trade on DEX due to poor user experience, primitive trading tools and shallow trading depth. Additionally, due to poor scalability of the public blockchain, DEX does not support large-number high-frequency trading, which is not conducive to market makers that can provide trading depth. Furthermore, many DEX did not fully consider the incentives for market makers at the beginning of design. Therefore, trading mainly relies on the natural coincidence of trading, which leads to poor natural depth and liquidity.
  • Lack of Fiat Currency Entrance: DEX is limited to trading between crypto assets, and there is no exchange gateway between fiat currencies and crypto-currencies. So it is less attractive to users who used to trade by fiat currencies.

Troy's Solution:

Troy Network is aiming to build a world-class financial platform based on the mature fundamental infrastructural blockchain, to serve all professional financial institutions as the most advanced crypto assets trading platform, and to provide any kind of commercial applications with full-functional trading tools, by aggregating the liquidity of all major global crypto exchanges and inheriting the advantages of DeFi financial service (decentralized, borderless, trustless).

  • Build a decentralized trading and settlement network in the mode of "application + protocol";
  • Strengthen application layer commercial barriers (operations, resources and traffic, etc.), reducing the hard fork risks;
  • Connect and aggregate the liquidity of centralized and decentralized exchanges;
  • Break through the scalability bottleneck of the current decentralized exchanges;
  • Cross-chain interoperability, compatible with a variety of native tokens;
  • Built-in dark pool trading features, which can support the dismantling and execution of block trade.
Features of Troy Network:

  • Non-custodial Account System: Trading will happen in the state channel, and all the states of trading will be kept off-chain. In essence, users’ assets will be custodied on the chain, protected from centralized organizations. This solution can effectively avoid the security risk caused by centralized management.

  • Decoupling with Underlying Protocols: This feature mainly refers to the functions of the exchange that decoupled with the underlying public chain protocol and matching protocol, allowing the application layer to be compatible with the multiple versions of underlying protocol (multi-version protocol before and after forking), even if the underlying protocol is forked, it will not affect the functions of the upper protocols/applications.

  • Cross-chain Interoperability: This feature mainly refers to the ability to implement cross-chain trading(assets swapping, which is realized in two ways: first, cross-chain asset exchange can be implemented through underlying cross-chain platforms, such as COSMOS or Polkadot, or through other mature cross-chain technologies, such as Atomic Swap; Secondly, the cross-chain state channel can bridge multiple chains and achieve cross-chain trading.

  • Supernodes: In Troy Network, the supernode can be classified into different types according to the services they provided. For instance, Broker-dealer supernode provides open primary broker service to match off-chain trading with high efficiency and serves as a high functional relay hub; Liquidity backer supernode provides financing services for the users of the platform; Oracle supernode provides data analysis and information support for trading users and trading system. 

Kira Sun
Co-founder, CEO
Involved in 1 project
Qihan Lin
Co-founder, Head of Product
Involved in 1 project
Clark Tong
Co-founder, CTO
Involved in 1 project
Charlie Chen
Director of Marketing
Involved in 1 project
Jerry Shen
Senior Back-end Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Andy Zhang
Senior Back-end Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Bob Ma
Senior Front-end Engineer
Involved in 1 project
  • Q2 2019
    Integrated with 30+ crypto exchanges globally, developed and deployed five new types of quantitative algorithms.
    Initialized the commercialization of Troy Project, completed product design and identified technical solutions.
  • Q3 2019
    Finished the development of public infrastructure, core multi-account functionality, transactions, wallets, and risk management.
    Completed Private Sale.
  • Q4 2019

    Launched Global Financial Partnership and Ecological Community programs.

    Launch Troy Trade V1.0 public version.

    Key features development: Margin Trading/Futures and Derivatives/Quant Strategies.

    Portfolio Risk Management.

    Contract Trading.

  • Q1 2020

    Launch Troy Trade V2.0 public version.

    Satisfy compliance and regulatory requirements of target regions.

    Establish strategic partnership with traditional financial firms and brokers.

  • Q2 2020

    Broker Dealer License.

    Implement decentralized trading and settlement functions.

    Develop APIs and adopt off-chain channel techs.

  • Q3 2020

    Launch Broker SaaS Platform.

    Expand the global introducing broker network and engage in on-boarding introducing brokers partners.

Source
Rating
3.8 / 5
MoNoico 404
3 / 5
Average
3.4 / 5
Other Websites
Ratings has been aggregated in date 26 November 2019
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Rank 529


Troy TROY

$0.002864 (-4.67%)
0.00000015 BTC (-1.44%)
0.00000497 ETH (2.01%)
Market Cap:
$5,447,349
Fully Diluted Market Cap:
$28,623,700
Volume 24h:
$970,554
ROI (USD):
-42.72% / 0.57x
ATH:
$0.011670
ATH Date:
05 December 2019
From ATH / To ATH:
-75.47% / 307.48%
Circulating Supply:
1,900,000,000 TROY
Total Supply:
10,000,000,000 TROY
1 BTC:
≈ 6,666,667 TROY
1 ETH:
≈ 201,207 TROY
TROY
USD
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Change USD
1h -0.51%
24h -4.67%
7d 1.40%
30d 16.64%
1y -
Change BTC
1h -0.48%
24h -1.44%
7d -7.72%
30d -13.40%
1y -
Change ETH
1h -0.29%
24h 2.01%
7d -8.75%
30d -21.46%
1y -
To The Moon 🚀🌕
TROY
ROI x1

USD Amount -
BTC Amount -
ETH Amount -
Price $0.002864
Market Cap $5,447,349
Fully Diluted Market Cap $28,639,400
BTC Price 0.00000015
ETH Price 0.00000497
IEO Details
IEO Start:
03 Dec 2019
IEO End:
04 Dec 2019
Launchpad:
Hardcap:
4,000,000 USD
Token Price:
0.005 USD
Min/Max cap:
Lottery
Total Supply:
10,000,000,000
IEO Supply:
800,000,000 (8%)
Accepting:
BNB
Whitelist/KYC:
Whitelist & KYC
Country:
China
Token Details
Token Platform:
Binance Coin
Coin Details
Ticker:
TROY
Description
Category: Exchange

Troy is a global prime broker specializing in crypto trading and asset management. Troy provides crypto brokerage services for institutional clients and professional traders including spot & margin trading, derivatives, data, custody, lending and staking in a single account.

Troy (TROY) is a cryptocurrency, the latest Troy price is $0.002864, down -4.67% in the last 24 hours. Troy market cap is $5,447,349 with a 24h volume of $970,554. It has a circulating supply of 1,900,000,000 TROY and a total supply of 10,000,000,000 TROY. Troy reached it's all time high on 05 December 2019 when it was trading at $0.011670.
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Problems of centralized exchanges:

  • Fake Trading Volume: Centralized exchanges often falsify and wash trading data to fill liquidity traps and lure users to trade, often resulting in losses of users' assets.
  • Opacity and Centralization: Centralized exchanges have all the access and rights to the data of the trading happening on their platforms, so that they can maliciously abuse their privileges to create numerous profit opportunities thanks to their God perspective. So some exchanges will be a referee as well as a sportsman in the same game and harvest the retail traders by various illegal methods, such as illegally issuing extra tokens, carrying out insider trading or manipulating the price.
  • Lgnorance of Security Management: There are too many risk exposure in the centralized exchange, such as the closed-source code, theasset custody process that too many people get involved in. These processes are often opaque and centralized, which is easy to cause a lot of security bugs. Taking the famous "Mt. Gox " as an example, 850,000 bitcoins were stolen from Mt. Gox and then the exchange broke down in 2014, casting a shadow over the whole crypto industry. But in the end, most of the stolen bitcoins were stolen by their own staffs rather than getting hacked by outsiders. 

Problems of decentralized exchanges (DEX):

  • Poor User Experience: Because DEX is the trading happening on the blockchain, its account addresses are the same as the typical public and private key used in the blockchain. The keys are lengthy,meaningless random string, which is not conducive to users' memory and preservation. In addition, the trading steps are very different from the regular financial trading habits, which causes bad user experience.
  • High Latency, Low Efficiency and Poor Scalability: DEX needs to execute on the chain when it works, so that it takes more time to call smart contracts, reach consensus and execute trading orders than a centralized exchange does. If there is a network jam, the trading speed will be further reduced or even unusable. Given the extensibility bottleneck of the current public chain, DEX is also difficult to support the trading behavior of high density and large number of users. For example, IDEX, the famous decentralized exchange, has been unable to use due to surging trading volume for many times.
  • Simple, Basic Trading Tools: So far, DEX can merely support simple pending orders, withdrawal orders and direct trading, but cannot support entrusted trading, stop-limit order, market price trading and other complex trading functions.
  • Poor Liquidity: Users are not willing to trade on DEX due to poor user experience, primitive trading tools and shallow trading depth. Additionally, due to poor scalability of the public blockchain, DEX does not support large-number high-frequency trading, which is not conducive to market makers that can provide trading depth. Furthermore, many DEX did not fully consider the incentives for market makers at the beginning of design. Therefore, trading mainly relies on the natural coincidence of trading, which leads to poor natural depth and liquidity.
  • Lack of Fiat Currency Entrance: DEX is limited to trading between crypto assets, and there is no exchange gateway between fiat currencies and crypto-currencies. So it is less attractive to users who used to trade by fiat currencies.

Troy's Solution:

Troy Network is aiming to build a world-class financial platform based on the mature fundamental infrastructural blockchain, to serve all professional financial institutions as the most advanced crypto assets trading platform, and to provide any kind of commercial applications with full-functional trading tools, by aggregating the liquidity of all major global crypto exchanges and inheriting the advantages of DeFi financial service (decentralized, borderless, trustless).

  • Build a decentralized trading and settlement network in the mode of "application + protocol";
  • Strengthen application layer commercial barriers (operations, resources and traffic, etc.), reducing the hard fork risks;
  • Connect and aggregate the liquidity of centralized and decentralized exchanges;
  • Break through the scalability bottleneck of the current decentralized exchanges;
  • Cross-chain interoperability, compatible with a variety of native tokens;
  • Built-in dark pool trading features, which can support the dismantling and execution of block trade.
Features of Troy Network:

  • Non-custodial Account System: Trading will happen in the state channel, and all the states of trading will be kept off-chain. In essence, users’ assets will be custodied on the chain, protected from centralized organizations. This solution can effectively avoid the security risk caused by centralized management.

  • Decoupling with Underlying Protocols: This feature mainly refers to the functions of the exchange that decoupled with the underlying public chain protocol and matching protocol, allowing the application layer to be compatible with the multiple versions of underlying protocol (multi-version protocol before and after forking), even if the underlying protocol is forked, it will not affect the functions of the upper protocols/applications.

  • Cross-chain Interoperability: This feature mainly refers to the ability to implement cross-chain trading(assets swapping, which is realized in two ways: first, cross-chain asset exchange can be implemented through underlying cross-chain platforms, such as COSMOS or Polkadot, or through other mature cross-chain technologies, such as Atomic Swap; Secondly, the cross-chain state channel can bridge multiple chains and achieve cross-chain trading.

  • Supernodes: In Troy Network, the supernode can be classified into different types according to the services they provided. For instance, Broker-dealer supernode provides open primary broker service to match off-chain trading with high efficiency and serves as a high functional relay hub; Liquidity backer supernode provides financing services for the users of the platform; Oracle supernode provides data analysis and information support for trading users and trading system. 

Kira Sun
Co-founder, CEO
Involved in 1 project
Qihan Lin
Co-founder, Head of Product
Involved in 1 project
Clark Tong
Co-founder, CTO
Involved in 1 project
Charlie Chen
Director of Marketing
Involved in 1 project
Jerry Shen
Senior Back-end Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Andy Zhang
Senior Back-end Engineer
Involved in 1 project
Bob Ma
Senior Front-end Engineer
Involved in 1 project
  • Q2 2019
    Integrated with 30+ crypto exchanges globally, developed and deployed five new types of quantitative algorithms.
    Initialized the commercialization of Troy Project, completed product design and identified technical solutions.
  • Q3 2019
    Finished the development of public infrastructure, core multi-account functionality, transactions, wallets, and risk management.
    Completed Private Sale.
  • Q4 2019

    Launched Global Financial Partnership and Ecological Community programs.

    Launch Troy Trade V1.0 public version.

    Key features development: Margin Trading/Futures and Derivatives/Quant Strategies.

    Portfolio Risk Management.

    Contract Trading.

  • Q1 2020

    Launch Troy Trade V2.0 public version.

    Satisfy compliance and regulatory requirements of target regions.

    Establish strategic partnership with traditional financial firms and brokers.

  • Q2 2020

    Broker Dealer License.

    Implement decentralized trading and settlement functions.

    Develop APIs and adopt off-chain channel techs.

  • Q3 2020

    Launch Broker SaaS Platform.

    Expand the global introducing broker network and engage in on-boarding introducing brokers partners.

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Source
Rating
3.8 / 5
MoNoico 404
3 / 5
Average
3.4 / 5
Other Websites
Ratings aggregated in date 26 November 2019
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