Instantly swap crypto tokens: no registration or account needed.
CorgiSwap is the leading decentralized exchange on Binance Smart Chain, with the highest trading volumes in the market (sources: 1 2).
Why pay more? CorgiSwap runs on Binance Smart Chain, a blockchain with much lower transaction costs than Ethereum or Bitcoin. Trading fees are lower than other top decentralized exchanges too, so that's a double win for you!
With Corgiswap, you can quickly and easily reward your fans. We bypass the Binance smart chain mainframe's traffic, ensuring that our drops hit precisely where your community wants them to.
Because the airdrop occurs on layer 2, your followers receive their full prize without having to worry about pesky gas costs.
Bots and shady airdrop-hunters are kept out because to Corgiswap's stringent checks.
Participants' airdrop revenues will be completely hidden thanks to a layer 2 scaling technique we developed that partially protects privacy.
The Corgiswap airdrop process is a straightforward six-step procedure.
- 1.You give us the list of addresses, the time frame, and the tokens to be airdropped.
- 2.We create a unique page specifically for the airdrop that you can share with your users.
- 3.We launch the airdrop and publicize it on our social media and neighborhood networks.
- 4.With only a few clicks, your qualified users can claim their prizes at any point throughout the drop.
- 5.Users can trade and bet on Corgiswap or withdraw to other networks after claiming their rewards.
- 6.Any unclaimed tokens will be given back to you from the Corgiswap DAO treasury at the end of the airdrop.
Trade directly from your wallet app. Unlike centralized exchanges like Binance or Coinbase, CorgiSwap doesn’t hold your funds when you trade: you have 100% ownership of your own crypto.
Users can access on-chain swaps with Corgiswap DEX, a multichain liquidity aggregator, for no cost and with gas free. Corgiswap's primary goal is to provide the best interface for getting access to on-chain liquidity for the least amount of money. Whether you agree with us or not, multi-chains are the blockchains of the future, and we are creating them one block at a time. We offer ways to access on-chain DeFi through our entirely decentralized goods.
Any token. Zero Protocol. No gas fee. One wallet.
With loan rates rising and inflation rampant, DeFi can assist millions of people in achieving financial freedom. It can unlock the door to a financially equitable, unrestricted, and universal future, so it is more than just a safe refuge for the present.
But in order to realize this goal, we must remove the obstacles that have so far prevented mass acceptance. Opportunities shouldn't be dispersed among many chains; instead, they should all be accessible from one location.
Corgiswap with a basic function at the born time, after a year, when the evident requirement for many unique blockchains to communicate with one another developed and showed an important role in the future, this leads to the upgrade of Corgiswap as a necessity. Every blockchain has its own distinct set of services it offers, as well as its own community and development ecosystem. We need a quick, safe, affordable, and dependable means to move value, data, and control amongst chains for our sector to advance customers.
Corgiswap's upgrading is a framework created for limitless cross-chain interactions - the ultimate WEB3 router. The aim of Corgiswap is to deliver a complete one-stop, full-circle decentralized trading platform, a place where users may perform multi-chain swaps using various methods in order to benefit from the best prices offered by all popular trading protocols.
The Corgiswap solutions enable nearly all blockchains to interact with one another. There are no limitations on Ethereum-like chains (such as the Binance Smart Chain), other Layer 2 chains that demand finality from Ethereum (such as Polygon), a network of Parachains (such as Moonbeam in the PolkaDot system), Bitcoin-style chains (such as Litecoin), or COSMOS chains (e.g. Terra). All of these have been integrated or are in the process of being integrated. Corgiswap is usually always suitable as an interoperable layer because it supports all ECDSA and EdDSA encrypted chains.
To bridge tokens, Corgiswap primarily employs two techniques. To start, it locks tokens on one blockchain and mint-wrapped tokens on another using smart contracts. It employs a network of liquidity pools across chains to trade bridged tokens when this isn't possible. Normally, all of this can be completed without slipping in under 30 minutes.
Corgiswap provides a similar bridging service for NFTs in addition to supporting EVM networks and a variety of blockchain networks utilizing various technologies. Corgiswap can collaborate with projects that want to bridge their tokens to create new blockchains for them. This free service can be finished in less than a week.
Secure multi-party computation, a network of nodes, secures Corgiswap (SMPC). These nodes can jointly sign transactions and are independent entities. Each node separately holds a portion of the private key when a distributed key generation mechanism is used. Even if it were possible, the entire set of private keys would never be revealed. Preventing single points of failure promotes security and decentralization. Open nodes managed by the community and partners make up the Corgiswap network. This guarantees improved performance and additional decentralization.
Blockchain aims to grow and expand the scope of its applications globally. We are aware, however, that blockchain technology has the power to fundamentally alter a number of industries, including finance, trading, gaming, and capital markets. Currently, there are a variety of blockchain systems available, ranging from third-generation blockchains like Avalanche to first-generation blockchains like Bitcoin. Each of these blockchains has a separate chain. These networks don't support token trades or exchanges that take place on blockchains and protocols other than their own. Cross-chain swaps, however, can be used to solve this problem. There is currently a wide range of bridges to choose from.
Therefore, what makes Corgiswap unique? Corgiswap includes a number of features that distinguish it from others and attract attention, including:
- Corgiswap is completely decentralized, which is the foundation and core belief of cryptocurrencies. Users can now take use of this advantages when switching between chains.
- The unbreakable smart contracts guarantee that there is no space for error and that money is always protected.
- Corgiswap assists projects with cross-chain token issuance. Because of this, they make it easier for users and projects to connect. If users desire to possess tokens in a specific Blockchain network, assist them in maximizing market opportunities. It is possible to trade low market circulation tokens for high market circulation ones.
- Low peer-to-peer transaction cost: There are no middlemen because cross-chain exchanges are powered by smart contracts. As a result, transactions happen more quickly, are less expensive, and are free of any security issues that would arise in a centralized exchange system.
- A 1:1 cross-chain bridge features a reliable way for gaining access to liquidity across blockchains. It has historically been difficult to run this mechanism in a reliable and secure manner. Users can exchange tokens on another blockchain directly thanks to the lack of a mediator or centralized authority. Users can, for instance, exchange BEP-20 tokens for ERC-20 tokens. Additionally, the trade happens directly from the wallet, hastening the exchange process.
- It enjoys the support and investment of reputable industry titans and venture capital firms. It is simpler to trust this than anonymous bridging services because of this.
- Other bridges are unable to compete with its vast selection of tokens. The support for cryptocurrencies and NFTs on more than 10 blockchain networks, both EVM-based and not, is part of this.
- Users can change cryptocurrencies to avoid losing the value of their tokens and any associated losses. One tactic is to switch out unstable cryptocurrencies with stable ones, which will guarantee reduced market volatility.
Corgiswap facilitates communication between DApps and the entire blockchain ecosystem by boosting interoperability. Given how crucial compatibility is to Web3, it appears that Corgiswap will play a significant role in achieving this. Corgiswap makes it simple to switch between networks like BSC, SOL, AVAX, ETH, or even the brand-new ETHW network if you're interested in DeFi. Wherever a new opportunity emerges, you’ll be there – because you’re on Corgiswap.
A bridge that enables the'sending' of assets from one chain to another chain.
There will be over 100 bridged assets, and it is simple to deploy new ones; the process takes approximately 2 weeks, and it is something we can do for free upon request. Our custodial bridges continue to be the best option for many projects since they don't need liquidity on every link. They continue to coexist with our other cross-chain transmission techniques. The best time to use them is when a project is launching simple ERC20-compliant tokens on a new chain where they do not currently have tokens. For each token, a number of two-way bridges may be deployed.
A router that allows any assets, either those built with Corgiswap's Bridge or those that are native to different chains, to be transported between them. These crucial characteristics of the Router include:
- Asset transfers between any two or more chains are possible using it.
- By employing liquidity pools for those assets, it can be used with already-existing assets on blockchains.
Additionally, it is compatible with the Bridged assets smart contract, where Corgiswap mints assets on chains. This enables the generalization of bridges, allowing assets to be transported to other chains without first having to return to their source chain. Users will find this to be a cost-effective solution, particularly if the asset was created on Ethereum. Both native and bridged assets may be included in the Router. This makes it possible to include assets that may have been produced via a third-party bridge
Calls for Cross-Chain Contracts
Projects can now invoke cross-chain contracts thanks to the Corgiswap smart contract feature, all while benefiting from the network's security.
NFT bridges and a router for cross-chain
Corgiswap will provide a router for NFTs in addition to a bridge for NFTs, permits the transport of NFT(s) between several networks. NFTs can migrate across various chains with the help of the Corgiswap NFT Router. It emphasizes and guarantees simple deployment.
The Corgiswap NFT Router will soon offer cross-chain NFT markets, multi-chain minting of gaming-specific NFT with simply a click, etc.
To learn more about how Bridges and Router function, please refer to How it Works.
Public RPC endpoint
Binance smart chain
https://bsc-dataseed.binance.org/ (More resources: https://docs.binance.org/smart-chain/developer/rpc.html)
Harmony shard 0
Huobi Heco chain
EVM Layer 2
Public RPC endpoint
November 20th marked one of the important events in CORGI SWAP's steps, which is ETH POW is available on CORGISWAP, allowing users to swap ETHW directly to CORIS.
Why CORIS choose ETHW?
Chandler Guo, a veteran of the cryptocurrency sector, is the leader of the community-based Proof-of-Work (PoW) fork of Ethereum called EthereumPoW (ETHW). The ETHW concept was first shared by Guo on Twitter on July 27, 2022. Since then, the subject has received a lot of attention, especially from miners opposed to The Merge. Even Justin Sun, the founder of Tron and a Poloniex investor, advocated for the project to support Ethereum's PoW process and offered to donate some forked ETHW to help develop the ecosystem. Many industry-leading exchanges such as FTX, Huobi, Kraken, Poloniex, Bitfinex, and more also joined the ETHW game by quickly listing trading tokens. Besides, EthereumPoW (ETHW) knows how to take advantage of Ethereum's "legacy" through calling projects and dApps to build on the new blockchain, helping to complete the ecosystem.
Proof-of-Work is viewed as a more decentralized method of validating transactions because it necessitates the usage of more computers throughout the network, even though Proof-of-Stake is more effective. The latest, buzziest Ethereum fork – EthereumPoW – was set to benefit from The Merge. Through incentives of airdrops and charisma, the EthereumPoW team convinced almost 20 former Ethereum mining pools to continue securing the network. If EthereumPoW receives more community support, it will undoubtedly be more successful than Ethereum Classic and become a significant role in CORGIDOGE and CORGISWAP's ecosystem development.
Multi-chain token issue
Corgiswap will support at least 1,000 different tokens. The Cross-link Route Protocol-based cross-chain infrastructure offers the DEFI project parties a number of advantages and competitive services. These benefits can be seen in the following:
- Issue of multi-chain tokens
- The new project will be able to quickly connect its tokens to several blockchain ecosystems by collaborating with Corgiswap.
The listing requests could be submitted independently and listed without any fees through the application channel on the official Corgiswap website.
Deployment for successfully implemented projects will be finished in 3 to 7 days.
With Cross-link Route Protocol, cross-chain services may be easily integrated with project party applications without requiring project parties to focus on secondary development.
You can check the list of supported tokens at any moment.
How it works
A single point of failure occurs from using a single signature to move assets or interact with smart contracts across chains. Poor key management can lead to the compromise of this externally owned address. Using Multi-Signature Wallets has been one strategy to making transactions require multiple signatures. The issues here are:
- These keys are still Externally Owned Addresses
- The signers must be pre-defined and this is rigid
- The signing addresses are public so that the access structure is known to everyone
- The data for signing is substantial and may require numerous keys
The answer is to divide the key and utilize Threshold Signature Schemes (TSS). A transaction can be signed by a minimum of any t (n/2+1≤ t ≤ n) signatories out of n potential ones. The signature cannot be faked unless at least t players conspire. These benefits apply to this:
- When there are numerous potential signatories, the best ones can be picked based on their performance.
- It is also efficient because only one signature, which looks like a standard signature, is added to the chain.
Secure Multi-Party Computation Network by Corgiswap
The core of Corgiswap is its Secure Multi-Party Computation, which uses the TSS Distributed Key Generation method and is implemented through the Corgiswap network of nodes. The developers of Corgidoge wrote this code from scratch and completely, and it is designed for multichain applications. A collection of network nodes is chosen, and each node in the set separately generates a portion of the private key needed to sign transactions. Importantly, they cannot sign transactions individually, and the key is not rebuilt throughout the signing process. They only sign transactions collectively. Since the entire key is never put together, it cannot be intercepted.
Multiple rounds of communication between the t+1 nodes are required to achieve this. It is crucial that this node can be identified if someone transmits a malicious message because if it cannot, a Dedicated Denial of Service Attack may occur. In order to determine whether a node was at fault (the "bad actor"), GG20 uses an elegant aspect of the ECDSA method. This allows R, the part of the signature from a node, to be utilized as a query. The ability to have asynchronous approval, where a large number of signatures can be pre-computed, as well as the ability to compute the R factor in the ECDSA signatures before they are required, are additional features in GG20 that improve performance.
Only the final round of communication—during which all t nodes must be online—remains before the message can really be signed. This includes the majority of processing and communication. As a result, it is no longer necessary for all nodes to be up at once for the majority of the work, suggesting that some network latency can be tolerated.
The administration of asset accounts and smart contracts is just one of the many functions that the SMPC network must carry out by signing transactions on each supported blockchain. The transaction must be signed in order to proceed.
A crucial component of Corgiswap are the Cross-Chain Bridges, which allow assets to be "transferred" from one chain to another.
Every Bridge connects two blockchains. The asset to be bridged is delivered to a unique SMPC wallet address on the asset origin chain, where it is safely stored. A smart contract mints tokens on the destination chain that are sent to the user's wallet in a 1:1 ratio with those stored in the Decentralized Management Account. Tokens delivered to the smart contract also have the opposite effect; they are burned before being released on the genesis chain by the SMPC nodes.
In order to connect an origin blockchain with a destination blockchain, the SMPC nodes carry out a number of tasks entirely autonomously and without the assistance of any human:
- The SMPC nodes construct the Decentralized Management Account, whose address is used to send assets, when a new bridge between two blockchains is created. While cross-chain assets are coined on the destination chain, these assets are kept in a secure location. Only the SMPC nodes have control over this address; neither humans nor any other Externally Owned Addresses do.
- The Decentralized Management Account is watched after by the MPC nodes. The Wrapped Asset smart contract on the destination chain starts minting tokens when a new asset is received there.
- If assets are redeemed, the MPC nodes will cause the Wrapped Asset smart contract to burn the tokens. Following that, the MPC nodes transmit the user on the origin chain the assets that were released from the Decentralized Management Account.
The Cross-Chain Router: Allows any asset, native or built using Corgiswap's Bridge, to be transported between various chains. Assets can be exchanged between two or more blockchains using the Corgiswap network. We can think of three different types of routing transfers:
1. Native assets
We refer to a token as a native asset if it already exists on a chain. USDC is one illustration. Since Corgiswap is unable to mint the asset in this case, we employ liquidity pools as an alternative. Corgidoge, a project team, or individual contributors add a certain number of tokens to the pool on each chain. When a user crosses chains, these tokens are then accessible to them. In an ideal situation, there would be enough tokens on each chain to fill the pool no matter how many tokens were moved.
When a user moves XYZ from chain A to chain B, the following steps are taken:
- The XYZ is added to the pool on chain A.
- On chain A, the same quantity of anyXYZ are produced.
- The SMPC node network notices this and burns those on chain A by minting anyXYZ on chain B.
- The XYZ are transmitted to the user's wallet on chain B and the anyXYZ are burned on chain B if the quantity of XYZ on chain B is larger than the anyXYZ created. If there are less XYZ than there are anyXYZ, the user is left with their anyXYZ, which symbolizes their pool share, to be exchanged for XYZ later (by "Removing" them) when there are enough again.
2. Bridged Assets
Since Corgiswap controls the supply of the asset on the chain where the contract exists, the Router does not require a liquidity pool when using newly produced or changed versions of the asset. The pool size in this instance is "Unlimited." All that is necessary for a Routed asset whose cross-chain minting is completely controlled by Corgiswap is that a supply of that asset be contributed to the pool on the chain where the token was first minted.
The optimal user experience is achieved when the Router uses only Bridged assets since users are not concerned about the availability of liquidity on the target chain.
3. Bridged/Native Hybrid Assets
On some chains, it is occasionally required to combine local assets with assets under the authority of Corgiswap's Bridges. This frequently occurs when a project has already produced a certain amount of a token or has a third-party bridge for an asset on another chain, but after joining the Router, wants to add tokens on additional chains. The pre-existing tokens in this case are "native," whereas the tokens on the new chains are "bridged." The project team is in charge of making sure that the pool has enough liquidity for assets that are native to a chain, but chains for which bridges are present have "Unlimited" liquidity. Here is an illustration of a hybrid Router asset.
In order to promote the efficiency of liquidity and reduce users' cross-chain cost, for some tokens, liquidity is shared between Router and Bridge on some famous and reliable chains by a share liquidity tool powered by the SMPC network.
Threshold distributed signature algorithm
A threshold-distributed signature algorithm based on secure multi-party computation is the Corgiswap cross-chain solution (SMPC). A set of private keys can be generated using this approach on independently operating nodes, and a corresponding public key will then be generated via distributed computation. Since no complete private keys have been revealed throughout the entire process, it is difficult to access or divulge private keys in comparison to technologies like secret sharing. Additionally, nodes won't share their private keys with one another while performing distributed computation. MPC ensures that the corresponding private keys cannot be derived from the intermediate results produced during distributed computation.
The use of the algorithm in the decentralized cross-chain management of digital assets allows for the safe and efficient management of these assets.
The Corgiswap’s SMPC Network
Secure multi-party computation - a network of nodes, secures Corgiswap (SMPC), can jointly sign transactions and are independent entities. Each node separately holds a portion of the private key when a distributed key generation mechanism is used. The entire collection of private keys will never surface, let alone be exposed to the possibility of doing so. By preventing single points of failure, this promotes security and decentralization. Open nodes managed by the community and partners make up the Corgiswap 2.0:
- Assures faster performance and better security
- Advances Corgiswap's decentralization to a new level
- Works x3 times faster
- Be accessible to the public and Corgidoge partners
The code uses the threshold-distributed signature technique. The SMPC Network of Corgiswap is the distributed system required to run this fundamental algorithm. It is made up of numerous independently run and maintained nodes, and whenever a node needs to initialize to provide public keys or perform signatures, these nodes use threshold-distributed signature algorithms.
This approach, which is based on a cryptographic algorithm, has the potential to produce a robust consensus. It either yields consistently accurate findings or none at all. This guarantees that Corgiswap’s MPC Network can quickly and accurately process cross-chain requests.
Corgiswap's multiple chain assets protocol
A generic management protocol for multiple-chain assets is produced by the cooperation of the entire distributed system: Crosschain Router Protocol (CRP). The public can access Corgiswap's cross-chain infrastructure, which is based on CRP. The infrastructure's development and upkeep may be accessed on GitHub using the open-source software protocol.
Code auditing and academic collaboration
The field of cryptography is one that is always developing, and preventing security breaches is a long-term project. Corgiswap is significantly investing in technology innovation and cyber security while closely monitoring the growth of pertinent cutting-edge technologies.
Corgiswap is building an academic alliance with global cryptography experts specializing in threshold signature algorithms and MPC, in order to keep up with the latest developments in relevant technologies and push for technological innovation.
While we support the responsible report of any issues, Corgiswap urges the community to assess our code and security. As a result, we launch the Bug Bounty Program (BBP) simultaneously. The Program reflects our notion of credibility and your expectations of us in the process of finding and reporting vulnerabilities. It attempts to recognize the value of cooperating with the community of independent security researchers. In order to fulfill the long-term and ongoing improvement and security enhancement of Corgiswap, we encourage the discovery and reporting of any potential vulnerabilities in Corgiswap or prospective vulnerabilities under new technologies in the future through BBP.
Fix any vulnerabilities quickly that are found. Please accept our gratitude for your contribution to our security enhancement if you are the first to report particular vulnerabilities and your reporting results in modifications to the code or settings.
All award choices, including payment amount and eligibility, are made solely at the discretion of Corgiswap. The terms and conditions of the Program are subject to change, and Corgiswap has the right to refuse submission.
How to Use
This is a quick introduction to the Corgiswap Router's swapping capabilities.
A wallet must be downloaded and installed before continuing (MetaMask wallet is used as an example for instructions). Either make a brand-new MetaMask wallet or import an already-existing one.
1.1 Go to Corgiswap to connect your MetaMask.
1.2 Network configuration
Users can arbitrary swap assets across two chains using the Corgiswap router. Every coin that interacts with a contract must first receive contract clearance on Corgiswap Exchange before you can do your first swap. When it comes to the same token, it is a one-time process that you won't have to go through again.
2.1 Approval of Contract
A brief notification window will show up once it has been accepted. If you wish to view the details, click. As an alternative, you can locate transaction records by following the procedures below. Every token that has a contract requires contract approval. You can go straight to swap the next time.
With a Corgiswap router, switching between two chains happens incredibly quickly. There is a chance you will receive any tokens if there is not enough liquidity in the target chain. For instance, if there is insufficient liquidity (USDC) in the BSC network, you will receive anyUSDC; but, you can still redeem anyUSDC to USDC in the Corgiswap pool.
Similarly, once you send a transaction, a little notification window will show up. To verify the status of a transaction or to access your MetaMask account, click the link.
When the status changes to "Success," your transaction is complete. Congratulations!
No concerns if you get any tokens (like anyUSDC), just wait for the Corgiswap pool to rebalance. You can take liquidity out of the pool when it has been replenished again.
You can relocate any USDC to another network with available liquidity if you're waiting for the pool to rebalance.
I'm done now! Keep waiting. To check the transaction status, click the link and proceed.
3. Status Review
There is another way to learn the status of a cross-chain transaction using Corgiswap Explorer, so don't worry if you miss the link.
4. Add Liquidity
Everyone must work together for the Corgiswap Ecosystem to grow. Thus, we really value the contributions you make to the community by increasing the liquidity of the Corgiswap Pool. The procedure is comparable to how we handled the exchange. Before adding liquidity, you must first authorize the contract.
Once finished, a notification box will appear and your pool share will change.
Altcoins bridge fee
The minimum cross-chain cost is equal to tokens worth $5 (equivalent to about $80 in ETH), and the cross-chain fee is 0.1%. The least cross-chain amount is equal to tokens worth $10 (to ETH is $90); the greatest cross-chain amount is equal to tokens worth $5M; and cross-chain amounts > $1M could take up to 12 hours. The maximum cross-chain fee is equal to tokens worth $1000.
Mainstream tokens (including stable-coins) bridge fee
$0.9 to $1.9 per transaction is the cross-chain charge to non-ETH networks; the cross-chain fee to ETH is 0.1% per transaction; the minimum fee is $40 and the highest fee is $1000. The smallest cross-chain amount is equal to tokens worth $12 (totaling $50 in ETH); The highest cross-chain value is equal to tokens worth $20M; and Cross-chain amounts more than $5M could take up to 12 hours.
1.Where can I go for the application?
Cross-chain bridge apply entry: https://typeform.com
2. Can I have ownership of the standard cross-chain contract?
Yes. You can either have it right from the start, and set our MPC as one of the minters, or we can transfer you the ownership later.
3. What should I look out for when submitting the application?
Always double confirm the info you submit. Any false info could lead to a failed application. The following info is key for a successful application on Corgiswap.
☑️ Double-check the token address you submitted.
☑️ Double-check the target chain you selected.
Note: An application for a bridge such as: BSC<>BSC, or ETH<>ETH won't work. A cross-chain bridge only connects two different chains together.
☑️ Please make sure the email address you submit is valid and is functional.
☑️ Please make sure the Telegram contact you submit is approachable.
☑️ Please make sure to submit all info as required.
1. How can I verify the contract if the ownership is not mine?
Corgiswap will verify the contract, and if you wish to update the token info, we have a guide for how to update it, we can share it with you after the deployment is done.
2. How do I know if my token has been deployed by Corgiswap?
We will inform you via the email you submitted or the Telegram contact you submitted.
3. How much liquidity should I add to the Router?
Corgiswap does not have mandatory requirements for it. The amount of liquidity to add is determined by your project scale and user needs. For a small project, we suggest adding at least $200k LP on each chain where your token has been issued. The amount can be changed at will.
4. Can I withdraw the liquidity I add?
Yes, you can withdraw the liquidity at any time as long as it’s not used by the users.
5. How do I add liquidity on Corgiswap Router?
Go to Corgiswap website and find your token click add after the deployment is done.
Earn CORIS and other tokens for free with super high interest rates.
Stake CORIS, earn free tokens. It’s really that easy. CORIS holders right now are earning tens of millions of USD worth of free tokens each week from major projects. New projects join the party every day, so you can earn more, for even longer.
Stake LP tokens, earn CORIS. You take on a little more exposure to market fluctuations than with the Pools, but can earn higher APR to offset the risk.
No farm? No problem. Even if your trading pair isn’t supported on the Farms page, you can still earn trading fees when you stake your tokens in Liquidity Pools (LPs).
CorgiSwap makes making money fun.
Since football is widely regarded as the king of sports, there are reported by DataReportal that an estimated 60% of people worldwide have internet connections, and the majority of users partake in leisure pursuits like sports prophecy and are also looking for additional revenue. While a sizable portion of the public participates in competitive games for amusement, money, and hobbies, eSports events draw significant crowds.
Therefore, when a legendary football competition that brings together billions of football enthusiasts every four years is happening now, CORGISWAP has now updated the game to become one of the blockchain-based soccer prophecies for the 2022 World Cup to boost participants' value and benefits, all for the sake of bringing players an interesting and beneficial betting world.
Users of $CORIS can place prophecies on football games. With the CORGISWAP function, all transactions are simple, quick, and transparent. By creating a strong community connection, the project enables users to prophesy about football events.
How to play?
Before each match, players can participate in voting for the country team that you think will succeed in the next round. Participating in the vote will simply be using the $CORIS or $CORGI tokens to stake. The results will be updated all the time and continuously according to the progress of the match, the prize pool will be divided according to the proportion of people who have joined.
Example: Qatar vs Ecuador
- Human A forces Qatar to win 10 CORIS
- Human B forces Qatar to draw 10 CORIS
- Human C made Qatar lose 20 CORIS
- Human D made Qatar lose 10 CORIS
=> Result: Qatar lost
Total win: 10 , 10 = 20
Total share: 20 , 10 = 30
=> Human C receives: 20/30 *20 - system fee
Human D receives: 10/30 *20 - system fee
Prophecy mode available in CORGISWAP:
- Win - draw - lose prophecies (1X2): This prophecy type covers only predicting which team will win a match.
Millions of dollars regularly go up for grabs on the CorgiSwap Lottery. Join as many as 11,000 daily players for your chance to win big!
Win collectible NFTs for participating in trading competitions and more fun & games.
Win BNB if you can predict whether the BNB price will rise or fall. New rounds every 5 minutes!
See for yourself:
- All contracts is verified in bscan
- We’re built on open-source software: our site and all our Smart Contracts are publicly visible for maximum transparency.
- Our contracts are verified on BscScan so you know that what you see is what you get: 1 2 3 4 5
- Security best practices:
- The chefs use multisig for all contracts.
- Our contracts’ time-lock gives you peace of mind.
- Check out these CorgiSwap security audits: coming soon
- Certik’s security audit of CorgiSwap and Certik's Shield insurance
- Slowmist's security audit of CorgiSwap
- Slowmist's Auto-CORIS Pool security audit
Sounds like fun? Then get flipping!