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Is Saturn's Toolkit Creating Growth On Ethereum Classic?

Just 2 months ago we made the bold claim that Saturn Network would break down the barriers that have been holding back cryptocurrency ecosystems and help businesses of all kinds enter the world of blockchain. We broke down each product in our toolkit and showed how they would not only help businesses enter crypto but also how we enabled them to flourish.

I thought it would be a great time to look at our performance so far before we start to scale onto more chains so that you can judge for yourself if our toolkit does indeed help blockchain businesses grow.

The question to ask would be, is Saturn's Toolkit creating growth? Has it helped users, businesses and developers enter Ethereum Classic?

To answer these questions we will have a look at how our exchange is performing & by taking a closer look at some of the newer projects being developed on ETC that have been made possible by our releases.

A Decentralized & Uncensorable Exchange

Undoubtedly the main factor that brings anyone in touch with our project is that with the release of Saturn Protocol (Mimas) on Ethereum Classic we now operate a true decentralized exchange where users enjoy seamless wallet to wallet trading in one transaction on a platform that is uncensorable. And also doesn’t it just look amazing?

Even if you are still waiting for our Ethereum release, I strongly recommend you give the exchange a browse beforehand! Remember that you are no longer required to log into a wallet to check orderbooks so you are free to check token prices at any time.

Okay, enough admiring let’s have a look at some numbers together! Since its release on October 13th 2018, we have achieved the following:

Volume: 5000+ ETC Trades: 1040+ Orders: 1500+

So in less than a month, while we are still in an alpha release phase, Saturn Network has seen over $50,000 USD in volume. Bearing in mind that no token marketplace existed on Ethereum Classic a month ago and tha...

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