Troy provides full-stack crypto financial and brokerage services for institutional clients and professional traders.
Troy attempts to provide a uniquely valuable user experience:
Troy aims to build a healthy and sustainable economic model by offering a full stack of integrated crypto trading, custody and asset management services. The revenue model includes:
Some of its key highlights include:
The TROY token functions as a native utility token of the Troy platform, with potential use cases including:
Some of its key elements include:
Troy is a global prime broker specializing in crypto trading and asset management. Troy provides crypto brokerage services for institutional clients and professional traders including spot & margin trading, derivatives, data, custody, lending and staking in a single account.
Troy is building a sustainable network of brokers who delegates customized brokerage services directly to clients in different target regions.
Through a microservice and distributed architecture, stability, scalability, and security of the system can be guaranteed. Troy is divided into several core subsystems, each subsystem runs independently and can call one another. Main subsystems includes user subsystem, market subsystem, market subsystem, trade subsystem, management subsystem, gateway subsystem, common components, etc. The trade subsystem is the core subsystem, which contains the order transaction module, asset accounting module and scheduled scheduling, etc.
Users can create their new trading accounts on the Troy Trade platform with full functions of depositing, withdrawing and transferring their crypto assets. Users can also choose to link their existing trading accounts on crypto exchanges to Troy via APIs. Additionally, users can authorize other users to trade on their accounts. All authorization and management of accounts can be monitored by account owners using the risk management module.
In the trading interface, users can easily toggle between different accounts and execute cross-exchange trades. On the same page, the data monitoring and strategy trading panels enable users to observe real-time market changes and leverage the mainstream trading execution algorithm to improve trading efficiency.
Data analysis module provides users access to data of all the top-ranked exchanges, including spot trading, margin trading, and onchain data.
Troy's maximum average daily trading volume during this period reached ~$100 million, and the number of max daily orders executed was ~$2 million.
|Private Sale Allocation||12.00% of tokens|
|Private Sale Token Price||$0.007 / TROY|
|Private Sale Amount Raised||$8.40MM|
|Binance Launchpad Sale Allocation||8.00% of Tokens|
|Binance Launchpad Sale Price||$0.005 / TROY|
|Amount to be Raised in Binance Launchpad Sale||$4.00MM|
The token supply distribution is as follows:
As of November 2019, Troy has used approximately 10% of TGE funds according to the allocations below:
All funds raised in crypto are either self-custodied and stored in multi-sig wallets, requiring at least 2 out of 3 signatures from the management team or are stored with a qualified custodian. Spending of the funds requires approval of the board of directors.
The following chart represents the number and breakdown of all TROY that are to be released into circulation on a monthly basis.
|2019: Q2||Integrated with 30+ crypto exchanges globally, developed and deployed five new types of quantitative algorithms||N/A|
|2019: Q2||Initialized the commercialization of Troy Project, completed product design and identified technical solutions||Project Overview|
|2019: Q3||Finished the development of public infrastructure, core multi-account functionality, transactions, wallets, and risk management||Available for clients to use on Website|
|2019: Q3||Completed Private Sale||Medium|
|2019: Q4||Launched Global Financial Partnership and Ecological Community programs||Medium|
|2019: Q4||Launch Troy Trade V1.0 public version||Medium|
|2019: Q4||Key features development: Margin Trading/Futures and Derivatives/Quant Strategies||N/A|
IOST: IOST is building a high TPS blockchain infrastructure to meet the security and scalability needs of a decentralized economy. Troy Network will improve its scalability and usability utilizing the off-chain scaling technology from IOST.
Celer Network: Celer Network is a layer 2 scaling platform that enables fast, easy and secure off-chain transactions. Troy will cooperate with Celer and adopt Celer Network’s novel and advanced state channel scaling technology.
Harmony: Harmony is a fast and secure blockchain with key innovations in state sharding and peer-to-peer networking. Harmony will collaborate with Troy in devoting R&D resources towards research and development of layer-1 scaling solutions.
Cocos-BCX: Cocos-BCX is a decentralized blockchain platform for digital game economy. Troy will work closely with Cocos-BCX to empower the trading of fungible tokens and non-fungible tokens in the blockchain games.
Ankr Network: Ankr is a blockchain-based cloud computing platform. Troy and Ankr will together build a new kind of cloud service for trading data storage and settlement.
Troy is predominantly developing and hosting their code in 14 private GitHub repositories.
Underlying public infrastructure services
Order transaction, asset settlement, account settlement and other services
User related functions and providing system authorization, signature verification and other services
Connect with global mainstream exchanges and provide communication services with exchanges
The only public repository shows the following activity:
In the beginning, Troy will mainly focus on the Asian market, including Japan, Korea, China, Singapore and other south Asian countries. Troy will continue to expand into other regions as the ecosystem grows.
Troy's community mainly consists of:
Troy's current community growth strategies include:
Troy's future community growth strategies include: