In the volatile and tense crypto space, there is a new accountless exchange that takes a firm stance opposing Segwit2X. Flyp.me just launched with 14 cryptocurrencies, shares 50% of the profits and has the ambitious goal of becoming the leading accountless exchange.
The team at Flyp.me came out recently with a fully working exchange that doesn’t require any registration whatsoever. Users only need their crypto address to make an exchange. No email required and no lengthy wait to see the deposit hit your account.
With Flyp.me, the user only chooses the amount to exchange, which cryptocurrency to send to Flyp.me and which cryptocurrency to receive back. It’s fast and as simple as sending a transaction and receiving your exchanged crypto straight in your wallet.
This team opposes Segwit2X and supports the key role of overall consensus. They aim to rebalance the power between users of an exchange and the exchange itself. Flyp.me focuses on the speed, privacy and ease of use of its exchange service. It also uses distributed policy-making to take the best path for the community and the future of the exchange.
It is fully working and has a growing user base. New coins have already been added with PIVX – last week – becoming the 14th cryptocurrency accepted. The Flyp.me team plans to implement new coins, integrate decentralized asset platforms and invest in R&D for 2nd layer solutions. To finance that, they are running an ICO now. They have raised a little more than 2,000 ETH and the ICO will finish in a few days.
During the ICO, Flyp.me generates FYP Tokens which receive benefits such as 50% share of the profits generated by the exchange, the ability to propose new features or coin additions, vote for key decisions and audit volumes. After the ICO, no additional FYP Tokens will be created meaning the same amount of tokens will share 50% of the profits.
Every three months, Flyp.me will distribute 50% of the profits to FYP Token owners in proportion to their ownership of tokens. Following the first two payouts, the timing of the payout will be voted by the FYP Token owners.
Flyp.me is developed by the team at HolyTransaction, the multicurrency wallet launched in 2014 and still active today. They have also released an API that allows businesses and developers anywhere to accept multicurrency payments via Flyp.me. Interestingly, the API is permissionless so anyone can start using it right away.
If you want to know more, visit Flyp.me