Volentix
Volentix
Token: VTX


Digital Assets Eccosystem

ICO dates
Start date: 2018-11-05
End date:

Registrated in: Georgia

Platform: EOS
Type: EOS

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Hard cap 48,500,000 USD
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Table of Content
1 Introduction
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2 Volentix
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2.1 Venue
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2.2 Verto
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2.3 Vespucci
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2.4 VDex
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3 Architecture
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3.0.1 Operating system
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3.0.2 Schema defined messages and database
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3.0.3 Inter-Contract Communication
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3.0.4 Sidechains
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3.0.5 Liquidity
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3.0.6 Hashed Timelock Contracts (Atomic Swaps)
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3.1 Network Topology
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3.1.1 Nodes
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3.1.2 Aggregators
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3.1.3 Latency
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3.2 Order Book
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3.2.1 Data structures
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3.2.2 On-Chain order book
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3.2.3 Off-Chain order book
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3.2.4 Decentralization process of order book settlement
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3.3 Order settlement
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3.4 VTX
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3.4.1 VTX Issuance and Use
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3.4.2 VTX Allocation
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3.4.3 VTX Distribution
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3.5 EOS.IO platform deployment
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3.6 Blo...

1 Introduction
Volentix introduces VDex, designed as a distributed, decentralized digital assets exchange with em-
phasis on user experience and community development and governance. By accessing established
technologies and planning selective new protocols with priority on security, speed, authentication,
ease of use, scalability, and multi-asset support, VDex intends to facilitate peer-to-peer trans-
actions by assembling a portfolio of decentralized applications built on EOS.IO smart contracts.
The VDex launch point anticipates matching Volentix’s design requirements to available tech-
nologies superimposed on the EOS.IO decentralized operating system. We intend to test our as-
sumptions by prototyping via custom EZEOS software, which we built and customized with
EOS.IO’s cleos command line tools. This software resides at: https://github.com/Volentix/ezeos
2 Volentix
The Volentix ecosystem will exist atop four pillars, an initializing array of applications specifically
known as Venue, Verto,...

3 Architecture
3.0.1 Operating system
We have evaluated various operating systems as candidates for the substructure of our VDex ex-
change. Though we honor the work done by a number of the established leaders in digital assets
and blockchain technology, among those trailblazers the work of EOS.IO as an operating sys-
tem-like framework upon which decentralized applications can be built stands out, in our opinion,
as exemplary. The software provides accounts, authentication, databases, asynchronous communi-
cation, and scheduling across clusters. Components and protocols are already built into the plat-
form, and a subset can be used to satisfy our VDex requirements. VDex will initially benefit from
the standard features offered by EOS.IO such as account and wallet creation and the recovery of
stolen keys, but we plan subsequently to implement protocols for creation of a decentralized ex-
change through EOS contracts and other tools.[2] Here is a summary of encouraging methodologies:
Context Free A...

bound transactions. Users will be offered a variable lock-in period for their transactions, with a
discount on transaction fees in exchange for choosing a longer lock-in period.
3.1 Network Topology
3.1.1 Nodes
Nodes are the endpoints of the VDex exchange. Their functions are:
1. Act as portals to VDex through the Verto wallet.
2. Merge order book information.
3. Settle order book.
4. Manage order cancellation.
5. Assign timeouts for the RAFT protocol.
6. Initiate contracts for orders that have been filled.
Nodes earn a portion of the fee for each transaction. If a user has sufficient funds and possesses a
good track record, his or her Verto wallet can act as a node.
3.1.2 Aggregators
The VDex aggregators are dedicated Volentix servers for simulator and security purposes. One of
their functions is to pull logs and order book data from nodes into sparse distributed representations
for hierarchical temporal memory as intrusion [7] analysis for detecting anomalies in the sy...

To submit and vote on proposals to the Volentix ecosystem, using the voting rights allocated to VTX
holders.
To stake support for reviewing proposals and implementing projects.
To incentivize users to participate in order book settlement by becoming nodes via their Verto wal-
lets.
To incentivize users to lock funds in for >24 hours by HTLC time-bound transactions.
3.4.2 VTX Allocation
A digital assets ecosystem requires an array of certain fundamental human constituents who shep-
herd the project forward.[11] It is essential to compensate those individuals for their participation.
Subject to adjustment, Volentix currently anticipates the following allocations:
1. Contributors. 12%. An array of individuals, akin to founders, who contribute insights, time and
talent, though often work without early compensation.
2. Supporters.
Phase 1. 5%. Early passive seed funders.
Phase 2. 28%. Funders via qualified private pre-sales and possible public sale.
3. Facilitators. (Advisors, De...

Volentix Roadmap

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Q2 2018
And so it begins.
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Q3 2018
Present day.
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Q4 2018
Everything Changes.
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Q1 2019
Ready for market.
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Q2 2019
Vespucci Beta.
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Matthew Isganaitis
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Ksenia Popova
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Strategy and Marketing
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Panos Sakkos
Founder of Blocktopus
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