Provide opportunities for latecomers using a multi-level governance token farming system utilizing multiple sub-tokens.

The DeFi boom, which started with the announcement of Compound’s governance token issuance in May 2020, led to the success of UniSwap and SushiSwap, leading to the creation of a new category called “DeFi” in the cryptocurrency market.

According to Defipulse, a media specialized in DeFi, TVL (Total value locked), which means the total amount of funds invested in the DeFi market as of 30 Nov 2020, has exceeded 14 Billion USD, which has doubled in three months. …


(Updated October 2nd 2020)

  1. What is CitySwap?
    CitySwap is a decentralized exchange(DEX) consisting of automated market making(AMM) pools for exchanging ERC-20 tokens on Ethereum. Unlike CEX(Centralized crypto exchanges), which is operated based on an order book, DEX(Decentralized crypto exchanges) enables real-time decentralized transactions through immediate value exchange within the liquidity pool already supplied from providers.
  2. How it works
    Prices are determined by the amount of each token in a pool defined by a smart contract which maintains a constant using the following function: x*y=k. In this case x = token0, y = token1, k = constant. For each trade a…


Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. On behalf of Captain and the entire crew, welcome aboard CitySwap.

CitySwap is the first DeFi project; decentralized exchange(DEX) consisting of automated market making(AMM) pools for exchanging ERC-20 tokens on Ethereum.

Based on the liquidity pool secured through CitySwap, we will build our own DeFi ecosystem by expanding the scope of Money Market (CityCredit), Payments (CityPay), Futures Trading (CityFutures), and FX margin Trading (CityForex).

Uniswap was released in 2018, and numerous DEXs including SushiSwap are pouring out every day. (And it’s same, though.) City Swap aims to maximize the financial credibility for the project based…

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DeFi of the Cities around the world

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