Equalizer announced the launch of the world’s first dedicated, multichain flash loans marketplace with opportunities for lenders and borrowers.
Equalizer is the first dedicated flash loans marketplace built on top of a scalable infrastructure that can handle the rising demand of flash lending and borrowing, as well as boost the trading volume of any listed asset. Equalizer offers top benefits over other popular, do-it-all decentralized finance protocols and sets itself a class apart by offering lower fees, a virtually unlimited choice of token vaults, high liquidity through yield farming, and multichain capabilities.
Equalizer enables profitable trading strategies for arbitrage, liquidations, portfolio rebalancing and collateral swapping, being the first specialized flash lending service that targets the exponentially increasing DeFi market.
The Equalizer platform is a marketplace, meaning that it has two categories of users:
- Liquidity providers: The users who put their crypto assets in the listed vaults and earn a passive income from the fees generated by the flash loans service. Additionally, the selected vaults will offer a yield farming program that rewards the long-term liquidity providers with Equalizer (EQZ) tokens. All of the users’ assets are fully protected by a smart contract that is audited by a reliable audit company. On top of that, an additional insurance program will also be available to them. As such, lenders have the opportunity to put their capital to work without any risk.
- Borrowers: The users who are engaged in arbitrage and trading strategies have the chance to use a dedicated flash loans service that comes with clear advantages compared to its competitors: the lowest fees in the market, standard and open-source interfaces based on EIP-3156, the lowest gas fee for the transaction, the largest range of tokens to select from, as well as scalable and multichain infrastructure. There is no risk for borrowers as the basic principle of flash loans is that a trade that is not profitable enough to pay back the borrowed asset will be reversed and all the operations undid. You have nothing to lose so there’s no harm trying it.
Iulian Nita, CEO of Equalizer, said:
“We have launched the first-ever marketplace for flash loans, a fully dedicated and optimized platform that will boost the trading volume of any listed asset. We are very confident in this business model, in the capabilities of the platform, and in our competitive advantages. I am proud to say that we have the lowest possible gas required for transactions and we are the first platform that respects the EIP-3156 flash loans standard. For these reasons we can confidently say that Equalizer will take a leading position in the flash lending market in the near future.”
The development of the platform began in April 2021. The team successfully passed the stages of its roadmap and launched the platform on Aug. 16, 2021. The platform is now fully operational on the Ethereum mainnet and is gradually increasing its volumes. The user acquisition campaign has already begun.
Flash loans are a very promising and high-demand niche in the DeFi space. It is a building block of the decentralized finance market with a monthly turnover of over $1 billion. Flash loans empower traders to earn profits from many opportunities in the cryptocurrency market, such as arbitrage, collateral swapping, portfolio rebalancing, as well as liquidations. Anyone and anywhere in the world can borrow any amount instantly and easily with no collateral needed, but only if the amount is returned to the vault in the same block. This guarantees the safety of the funds in the vault. Equalizer is the first dedicated platform that equalizes the decentralized markets as a specially designed marketplace for flash loans with scalable and multichain infrastructure.
Equalizer has already built an extensive network of strategic investors and partners with a long-term commitment and announces a new partnership almost every week. The team includes senior blockchain experts who are Scrum-certified, have worked together for more than three years and are used to delivering complex blockchain projects. You can meet the core team on the official website.
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