PRESS RELEASE. Singapore, September 30, 2021. Less than three weeks after releasing its first dApp EverOwn for Binance Smart Chain, EverRise is proud to announce they will launch EverBridge to both the Ethereum and Polygon blockchains on October 5th. With EverBridge, EverRise will make its revolutionary suite of dApps available to projects on both networks starting with EverOwn for Ethereum on October 5th, followed by EverOwn for Polygon on October 8th. This will expand the reach of EverRise’s security solutions and enable the $RISE token to be traded and utilized across all three networks.
“This is an exciting time for us to expand the EverRise Ecosystem and also introduce improvements to our project. This bridge allows us to take the dApps and blockchain solutions we have been building and make them more accessible to all developers on the Binance Smart Chain, Polygon, and Ethereum networks,” said Suresh Maddineni, EverRise CEO and Founder.
Keeping with the standard of being security pioneers in the DeFi space, EverRise is bringing a novel approach to the cross-chain bridge concept to protect $RISE holders. Typically tokens are minted and burned as they move between chains, but EverRise is creating new smart contracts and locking the supply within the bridge: allowing holders to transfer tokens on one chain to the bridge and receive tokens on another chain without paying a transaction tax beyond gas fees. This locking and unlocking mechanism on the bridge makes it impossible for hackers to exploit a mint function to mint an infinite number of tokens while keeping the circulating supply the same across the three different networks– effectively creating three different $RISE pairings with one circulating supply.
When EverRise launched on June 15, 2021, the project immediately became famous for being the first to introduce the concept of a strategic buyback to crypto and has been forked thousands of times. With EverBridge, EverRise will introduce separate Strategic Buyback Reserves and automatic buyback functions to each network. Like on BSC, the Ethereum and Polygon Strategic Buyback Reserves will be locked and only able to buy and burn $RISE tokens on the respective network and debut a new feature of the ability to swap the native coin in the reserves for a stable coin.
New trading pairs of RISE/ETH and RISE/MATIC will have their initial liquidity funded by EverRise and will be fair launched on October 5th, 2021 with no presale. Users will be able to trade the ETH backed pair on Uniswap and the MATIC backed pair on QuickSwap.
RISE/ETH – Tokenomics – 6% Tax
1% Rewards to Holders
2% Project Sustainability: Operations, Marketing, Development
3% Buyback Strategic Funds
RISE/MATIC – Tokenomics – 11% Tax (Same tax as Binance Smart Chain)
2% Rewards to Holders
3% Project Sustainability: Operations, Marketing, Development
6% Buyback Strategic Funds
EverRise will also be making EverBridge available to projects on the Binance Smart Chain, Ethereum, and Polygon looking to access the other blockchains without the hassle of developing their own bridge. Projects interested in utilizing EverBridge can contact the EverRise team at firstname.lastname@example.org
A blockchain technology start-up committed to bringing security solutions to the DeFi space through an ecosystem of decentralized applications (dApps). EverRise was the first token to bring the buyback to cryptocurrency with the novel function that purchases tokens from the open market and immediately burns them. $RISE tokens are required to utilize their dApps, with EverOwn released in September and more coming soon. EverRise aims to bring additional levels of trust, safety, and security to Binance Smart Chain, Ethereum, and Polygon space.
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