VANCOUVER, July 9, 2018 /PRNewswire/ - Canadian blockchain technology company Etherparty Smart Contracts, Inc.("Etherparty") is excited to announce the release of its first software product, Rocket, the most user-friendly token crowdsale creator in the market.
"Our goal in building software has always been about making it easy to use and understand," said CEO of Etherparty, Kevin Hobbs. "This product, our first of many to come, democratizes the token generation process and allows anyone to create in a safe, secure, and trusted environment — Shopify for smart contracts."
Rocket allows users to launch and track their crowdsale without the need of a development team. The end-to-end solution currently designed for utility token-based projects is priced at just under USD $50,000, and comes complete with all the necessary elements required to execute a successful token crowdsale.
This includes industry-leading token and crowdfund-creating smart contracts that have received exemplary security standing following two external audits by Iosiro and CoinFabrik. Online guidance and responsive customer support will also be made available as soon as users are a Rocket customer.
Rocket already has over 600 projects signed up that are interested in using the token crowdsale creator.
"This is an exciting milestone in the evolution of blockchain technology. For the first time anyone can now experience the benefits of blockchain technology on a global scale. This is also the first and only multi-chain application deploying on Ethereum and Bitcoin's blockchains for consumer use," said Hobbs.
Blockchain projects that want to release a security token-based crowdsale and for those projects levying a system that underpins securitized assets, Rocket will be able to support later this year.
Etherparty is a blockchain platform working to enable a connected and inclusive world by building easy-to-use, versatile and intuitive smart contract solutions. The crowdfunding application, Rocket, is the first product in a line of blockchain solutions to be deployed by the Vancouver, B.C.-based technology company. Visit: etherparty.com and rocket.etherparty.com.