Token: JRT

Borderless Trading with Jarvis Exchange

ICO dates
Start date: 2018-11-26
End date:

Registrated in: Bulgaria

Platform: Ethereum
Type: ERC20


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1. Introduction
The value that Blockchain and other distributed ledger
technologies can deliver is much greater than the value
currently being derived from the mere speculation on
digital assets. Unfortunately this incredible value is
difficult to access by mainstream users who are not as
tech savvy in comparison with most cryptocurrency
enthusiasts. The systemic lack of user friendly, publicly
accessible interfaces to blockchain technologies makes
it near impossible for mainstream users to see or use the
value the technology can deliver. The result is that most
people just see “blockchain”
through the viewpoint
provided by media about Bitcoin and its speculative
bubble. To move the technology from speculation to
utility where billions of people will be able to derive
direct value from it, requires the development of an
entire ecosystem that is driven by a user-centric
1.1. User centric approach
Well established Fintech companie...

variety of different types of transactions such as sending
Bitcoin to an Ethereum address; exchanging Bitcoin for
Apple stocks; trading Forex from a Litecoin deposit;
paying a bill with Monero; or accessing a DApp without
having the correct amount of required tokens.
On the frontend, most aspects of the underlying
technologies will be delivered in a simplified user
interface that does not require understanding of how the
technology works. An AI with conversational skills will
further help users to prevent mistakes and will ease
access to features, data, and provides a new way to
interact with software.
As a result, Jarvis provides users an easier and faster
way to build their own decentralized and interoperable
financial hub. With a simple deposit within their wallet,
they could immediately access native services such as
trading, lending, and external services such as betting,
payment and
more through partners’ decentralized

Other aspects have been designed to further support a
network load of tens of millions of simultaneous users.
This includes but is not limited to having a decentralized
load resource structure where user specific information
is stored both by the user on their device as well as on
encrypted servers which are distributed around the
world with commercially available solutions including
Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure, as well as
decentralized storage solutions. With this distributed
and decentralized structure, historical data can easily be
made availab
le to the users from “Geo
Local” servers.
If the ultimate level of privacy is desired, users can set
their data settings to only be stored on and accessed from
their own devices.
2.1.3. Matching engine and messaging bus
Current testing has shown the matching engine able to
sustain prolonged periods requiring more than 5 million
transactions per second. A single messaging bus has

2.2.1. Wallet structure
The semi-decentralized exchange uses a
custodial wallet
which is a multi-signature capable hot wallet used to
manage users' assets in a decentralized way.
Like the
margin wallet
it has an escrow type function
which allows to collateralize assets and gain access to
collateral credit, but, more precisely, allows peer-to-peer
2.2.2. Escrow type function for peer-to-peer
Figure 2
. Margin trading on the Forex market.
Regarding margin trading on the Forex market (
Figure 2
if users cannot or do not want to deposit fiat, they can
either sell some assets for fiat, or they can trigger a
collateral credit in dollar based on a portion of their
portfolio holdings. The collateral credit will be placed
within an account opened with a liquidity provider
Figure 2. 1
). The credit gives the users access to trade
Forex with leverage. The available leverage will

2.2.3. Collateral credit and margin trading
When margin trading, the wallet is capable of
collateralizing assets through the same mechanism
described in the centralized exchange. The primary
difference between the solutions is the asset custody
structure and the requirement for some assets to only be
traded by users who have passed a KYC procedure.
After completing KYC, users of the semi-decentralized
exchange, will be able to trade Forex and a wide range
of CFDs.
2.2.4. On-chain settlement
In contrast to the centralized exchange where
transactions happen off-chain, the semi-decentralized
exchange transactions will be settled on-chain. The
blockchains processing time will be improved through
side chain or other scaling technologies. Currently there
are many scaling solutions being tested on live
Blockchain networks which will allow for some creative
ways to resolve some of these problems. Solutions such
as atomic swaps, the Lightning or Raiden networ...

Figure 4
. Payment gateway from custodial wallet.
Collateralization makes it possible to use instant
payment solutions directly in the custodial wallet (
). Users can trigger a loan (
Figure 4. 1
) within the
liquidity network which is connected to the payment
gateway (
Figure 4. 2
). The Bitcoin would be immediately
exchanged for USD (
Figure 4. 3
) which can then be used
in the payment gateway using a debit card or contactless
technology on the users Smartphone. Following the
initiation of the payment, the Bitcoin will be released
from escrow and sent back to the lender (
Figure 4. 4
). This
settlement transaction happens on-chain. This feature
makes it possible to use any asset to pay anything in Fiat.
3.2. Multiple wallet structure
Figure 5
. Multiple wallet workflow.
Copyright 2018 Jarvis Exchange
Figure 5.
) Within Jarvis, users can manage their assets in <...

enhanced or supported through collaboration with
partners. No action is needed from a user perspective as
funds are automatically sent to this wallet when a
payment is needed. Transfer between the
wallet to the
one are instant and
happen off-chain through the liquidity network.
Despite having multiple wallets, users will be provided
with a simplified interface where they can see and
manage the combined asset holdings in one place.
Advanced users will be able to select an alternate view
option where they can see all the wallets separately and
to change allocation within different wallets manually.
4. Network of liquidity pool
Many concepts and ideas have driven the development
of the Jarvis exchange technologies and framework.
Among them is the underlying ideology that a platform
should facilitate access to any market or any asset from
a custodial or non-custodial crypto wallet. Not only <...

Figure 7
. Workflow cross-asset and cross-chain transaction.
A current example of this would be if a user wanted to
trade their Bitcoin for Apple stocks (
Figure 7.
Depending on the volume, the asset liquidity, volatility
and the custody of the users funds, various algorithms
will determine the associated fees, the exchange rate and
how the transaction will be performed to provide a
favorable fast exchange. For less liquid assets, the
transactions will happen one after another until all parts
are completed before the confirmation is provided in
order to reduce risk. In the Apple Stock/Bitcoin
example, both assets are more liquid and this conversion
would be able to happen almost simultaneously. The
Bitcoins will be sold against the dollar (
Figure 7. 1
) in one
liquidity pool at a locked and lower exchange rate to
offer a premium; in the meantime, the Apple stocks will
be bought through an aggregated dollar pool (
Figure 7. 2 ...

Jarvis Roadmap

Q4 2017
Spin-off of our initial project (trading platform);
First fund raising among our private community;
Brokerage and payment provider license obtained.
Q2 2018
Prototype trading interface Forex and Crypto (C#);
Own charting library (JS);
Backend of centralized exchange (C++);
Mobile and desktop wallet application (JS and Java);
Python to JavaScript transpiler.
October 2018
Start of TGE.
End of TGE.
Q1 2019
Official Launch of the centralized exchange with fiat gateway;
Web and desktop versions of the trading interface;
Exchange possible within the mobile wallet interface.
Q2 2019
Forex/CFD trading;
Jarvis DAO to promote the exchange.
Q3 2019
Trading interface as a standalone product
Python, Java and JavaScript programming interface within the platform
Q4 2019
European license for exchange and payment;
Connection to banks APIs;
Opening of the payment gateway;
Mobile payment application and card.
Q4 2019
Custodial wallet with DAPPs integration;
Semi-decentralized exchange.
Q2 2020
Tokenized assets and funds marketplace;
Web3 browser within the web and mobile applications;
Personal data-locker;
Collateral credit within the custodial wallet.