KyberNetwork is a new system which allows the exchange and conversion of digital assets.
We provide rich payment APIs and a new contract wallet that allow anyone to seamlessly receive payments from any token.
Users can also mitigate the risks of price fluctuations in the cryptocurrency world with our derivative trading.
Every operation happens on the smart contract. No trust is required. We never hold users' funds.
We maintain a reserve of all tokens to provide high liquidity. Get your tokens instantly when you trade.
No waiting for confirmations, no deposit required. Instantly get your tokens once your transaction is included in the blockchain!
Compatible with existing smart contracts. No changes are needed to integrate with KyberNetwork.
Convert and exchange your tokens securely, instantly.
Pay to anyone in any token from your own token. We'll do the conversion and forward the payment seamlessly.
Get your dividends from a DAO soon and worry about the price fluctuation? Hedge with us.
Receive payments from Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies in Ether.
Loi Luu is a researcher working on cryptocurrencies, smart contract security and distributed consensus algorithms.
He is also a regular invited speaker at Bitcoin and Ethereum workshops
such as DevCon2, EDCON
Loi believes in the force of the Ethereum and Blockchain technology. Much of his work revolves around this community. He developed Oyente, the first open-source security analyzer for Ethereum smart contracts. Loi also cofounded SmartPool, another open source project which embraces decentralization of mining pools in existing cryptocurrency. He continues to champion decentralisation and trustless properties of the Blockchain with KyberNetwork, taking inspiration and developing value for the community.
Yaron Velner holds a PhD in computer science from Tel Aviv University. His research is focused on game theory incentives in blockchain protocols and formal verification of smart contracts. He has found several bugs in the Ethereum bug bounty program.
Yaron is also an experienced software developer with over 10 years as a senior software engineer and a technical leader at EZchip semi-conductors. He was a member in the data structure and algorithm team, which developed novel data structures for IP routing.
Victor Tran is a senior backend engineer and Linux system administrator. He has experience in developing large-scale infrastructures for multiple social marketing platforms and advertising networks. He is interested in building high performance multi-platform applications. Victor has been involved in blockchain and cryptocurrency development since early 2016 and is a lead engineer at the SmartPool project.
Wong Lee Hong career spans across various industries over 3 decades. He has extensive distribution and business development experience in consumer electronic, multimedia, computer gaming, Internet and the banking sectors. The second half of his career was spent developing the Internet Banking capability of a major financial institution, venture capital activities in strategic startups and regulatory management role, dealing with banking regulators in Asia in matters relating to banking technology and operations. At present, he is a Blockchain enthusiast and investor.
Vitalik is the Founder and Chief Scientist of Ethereum. He is also both the Founder and a writer for Bitcoin Magazine, a venture that marked the beginning of his career in cryptocurrency in 2011. He is interested in creating secure, efficient, and trustworthy systems and advises a number of projects in the cryptocurrency space.
Leng Hoe Lon co-founded Shentilium with National University of Singapore, with the aim of using the latest data-driven technology to drive business decisions and gain competitive edge. He also co-founded TrackRecord Asia, with the vision that anyone can learn to trade in the financial markets profitably within a professional risk management framework. Prior to this, he held various positions in the financial industry including Deutsche bank (London and Singapore), JPMorgan (Singapore), ABN Amro (Singapore). He was a Managing Director in Goldman Sachs’ Asia Macro Trading group in HK and Asian FX trader in London. He was also CEO of Tudor Capital Singapore, a global macro hedge fund.
Chye Kit is the co-founder and Managing Director of Cynopsis Solutions, a Software-as-a-Service (Saas) company that specializes in regulatory, control and governance, anti-money laundering (AML) and counter terrorism financing (CTF) solutions to customers. To date, Cynopsis Solutions has served over 250 clients worldwide, including Kyber Network. Prior to being an entrepreneur, Chye Kit spent about 15 years in the financial sector, notably as a Managing Director and Joint Regional Head of Compliance at Macquarie Group for Asia.
Kenneth is a practising lawyer and Senior Partner with Dentons Rodyk & Davidson’s Corporate Practice, and China/Indonesia Practices. Kenneth specializes in corporate finance, with almost two decades worth of experience in venture capital, private equity, IPOs/ICOs and post-IPO/ICO funding, as well as mergers and acquisitions. Kenneth is admired for his quickness of mind and has been widely regarded as one of the most creative lawyers in his area of interest.
Prateek Saxena is a research professor in computer science at National University of Singapore. He works on blockchains and computer security. His research has influenced the design of browser platforms, web standards and app stores widely used today. He has received several premier awards such as the MIT TR35 Asia.
Founder of LinkTime, Organizer of several Ethereum workshops. Community Relations, Crypto-Business Advisor in China.
Our token sale was over.
Our exchange platform is first to provide on-chain, trustless and instant trades with high liquidity. For more information, please refer to our whitepaper.
Bancor uses a fixed formula to determine the price of the token, while KyberNetwork lets the reserve managers determine the price. To become a reserve manager at KyberNetwork, user needs to register with and be approved by the operator.
0x utilizes offline channels to match makers and takers, but KyberNetwork matches and processes the order on-chain immediately. 0x's approach is to bring the order book off-chain and then execute the settlement on-chain. On the other hand, KyberNetwork's main proposition is to support on-chain and instant trades with guaranteed liquidity.
The MVP is out
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Our first meetup in Singapore on July 21st was a successful event, attaining a handsome attendance of over 100 people. It was an fulfilling session, thanks to the participation of enthusiastic audience. Through a series of Q&As...read more