Ambisafe Announces the Beta Version of Orderbook Ethereum Asset Management Platform

Ethereum asset management platform Ambisafe has released the Beta version of its ETH-based ICO token trading platform Orderbook. The new platform offers ICO participants a high-security environment in which all critical operations are executed via Ethereum smart contracts, and all assets are safely held “on-chain”.

[Note: This is a press release.]

Ambisafe's Ethereum Asset Management Platform

The Orderbook platform offers users token information on dividend history, trading protocols, transaction volumes and analytics from trusted cryptocurrency sources. As the platform specializes in ETH-based ICO token trading, it can guarantee some of the best security and transparency of any cryptocurrency platform around.

The platform ensures full transparency as it is entirely implemented as a set of smart contracts and all transactions occurring over the platform are immutably recorded on the Ethereum blockchain. Orderbook also provides a complete record of all users’ trade history, which is a very attractive attribute for auditors. The use of Ethereum blockchain technology also makes it almost impossible for existing records to be manipulated or erased.

Orderbook is a trustless P2P platform with all tokens stored “on-chain”. Exchange operators do not have access to users’ keys and cannot access users’ funds directly.

The implementation of smart contracts contains a recovery function, making it an extremely secure Ethereum wallet provider. It allows all users to securely store their funds and store of wealth in digital assets on the exchange.

The unique user interface consists of additional information about companies and enables the receiving of dividends and other rewards directly to the exchange wallets. This aims to create an efficient, transparent and versatile environment for the cryptocurrency market.

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