Problem & Solution

What problems does Aspis Protocol solve

Trust Between Managers and Investors

  • Problem: Traditional asset management often relies on paper contracts that are limited by geographical constraints, subject to the decisions of a limited number of people (courts), and vulnerable to corruption and political influences. This can lead to trust issues between managers and investors.

  • Solution: Aspis Protocol secures relationships between managers and investors using cryptography rather than paper contracts. By storing all transactions, fund management activities, and voting histories on-chain, Aspis ensures complete transparency and traceability. This cryptographic security builds trust by providing an immutable and decentralized record of all activities, independent of geographical or political constraints.

Operational Inefficiency and Downtime

  • Problem: Dependence on centralized exchange APIs can lead to operational inefficiencies (orders cancellations) and downtime, negatively impacting trading strategies and investor returns.

  • Solution: Aspis Protocol ensures 100% uptime and reliability by eliminating dependence on centralized exchange APIs. This allows for continuous and uninterrupted operations, improving the overall efficiency of asset management activities.

Lack of Advanced Tooling in Decentralized Exchanges

  • Problem: Decentralized exchanges lack the advanced tools available on centralized platforms, such as algorithmic trading and derivatives. Additionally, DeFi protocols suffer from impermanent loss, require constant monitoring, and lack notification systems or dynamic position management infrastructure. This presents a significant barrier for asset managers who want to transition to DeFi.

  • Solution: Aspis Protocol’s AI execution layer enables asset managers to implement complex trading strategies without the need for high-level programming skills or access to multiple data layers. This empowers managers to leverage advanced trading tools within a decentralized framework, mitigating issues such as impermanent loss and enabling dynamic position management.

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