NEW YORK, November 18, 2021 / PRNewswire / – CryptEx, a security service for DeFi projects, has launched a token builder to help crypto project developers and owners launch new projects. The token builder enables the rapid creation of BEP-20 or ERC-20 tokens, as well as RFI tokens, with built-in audit reports by HashEx and Paladin, and a number of additional functions.
It is a code-free solution that does not require the customer to handle the technical details of token creation, while being highly customizable to meet the needs of various projects. The token builder offers its customers a number of benefits, including affordable costs, a quick and easy launch process, security, and an out-of-the-box code base.
Besides just launching tokens, client projects can use several additional opportunities, including enabling liquidity lock in the smart contract, acquiring tokens for a project team, and even staking tokens. They can also choose to have smart contracts created by two reputable blockchain security companies – Paladin Security and HashEx audited.
âThe idea to create this service came from personal experience and frequent market requests. We understand that creating your own tokens and smart contracts often means thousands of dollars and months of work, with no guarantee that the code will be written flawlessly.
âIn our field of activity, it is very important to stay one step ahead and operate as quickly as possible, taking into account various risks. This is what guided us to create our No-Code Launch Suite in the form of a smart contract. With our service, creating and deploying a smart contract can be done in minutes, saving time and money on token launches while dramatically improving security in the DeFi space. ” said Alexey Belozertsev, Product Owner at CryptEx.
CryptEx is a security platform for DeFi projects, founded in 2021 and supported by HashEx – a DeFi security company. CryptEx offers a comprehensive toolkit for cryptocurrency projects and has already helped over 600 projects to protect approximately $ 3 billion user funds value from a variety of threats, from accidental coding errors to the potential dishonesty of the founders.