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DEX trading, investment pools, investments in DeFi protocols
Investments in Web3 lack efficient and transparent tooling to manage assets and parties’ relationships. Investors have no accurate control of what is happening with their funds. On the other side, fund managers suffer from non-target activities (community management, fundraising, paperwork, etc.) that are needed for fundraising and contributor management.
On a high level, there are two strategies for solving the issue mentioned above:
  1. 1.
    Development of a customized legal framework for collective investments in Web3;
  2. 2.
    Increase transparency for parties involved in this segment through convenient technology.
Applying the current legal system to Web3 is costly and often ineffective. Best-case scenario (proper legal documentation, custody, banks) will take a long time, cost a lot, and still won’t prevent the main risks, cause the safety mechanisms are backward-looking.
But alternatives are much riskier and do not provide operational convenience:
  • Lots of trust management cases include just direct funds transfer based on the manager’s reputation (pools);
  • Or usage of centralized platforms (Binance API);
  • Sometimes multisig is used, but it’s inconvenient without setting up additional infrastructure and works well only for small groups.

Option #2: Setup entity through the Vault

Investment Vaults can address the lack of transparency for investors and decrease fundraising difficulty for fund managers. It comes through:
Current Vault constructors lack mass adoption since they are generic. Tailored investment Vault for specific purposes needs from-scratch development, which is costly and time-consuming.
ASPIS presents a highly customizable and inexpensive protocol for asset management Vaults (trading funds, project/guild treasuries, VC pools). Using our intuitive UI, asset managers can:
  • Deploy their Vault with specific capital on/offboarding rules;
  • Specify the fee structure for auto-collection;
  • Set up governance templates and controlling rules;
  • Connect to the main DeFi platforms via created DAO wallet;
  • Manage investor communications on-chain, through the cabinet.
On ASPIS, investors can:
  • Safely invest their capital without fear of manager’s misbehavior;
  • Easily onboard/offboard from the Vault;
  • Track the performance and operations of the Vaults;
  • Initiate/participate in decision-making through controlling tools (allowlist wallets for interaction, spending limits, etc.).
To sum up, ASPIS will support both fund managers and investors, with a group of solutions during the whole Vault lifecycle.
Also, if you are an active fund manager, you will be interested in the following features:
  • Showcase your trading history to attract investors;
  • Trade on DEX (dYdX, Uniswap) seamlessly from the DAO wallet;
  • Receive performance fees automatically on-chain;
  • Investor management is fully automated through ASPIS dashboards.
Follow the links below to set up your Vault: