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Flyp.me Launches Accountless Exchange to Oppose Segwit2X


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Over the last few months, the conversation around Segwit2X and the effort to centralize the crypto ecosystem has been heating up. With supporters on both sides, there were public bets of 250 BTC and campaigns to boycott companies that signed and support the NYA. There were even changes in the opinion by well-known supporters of Segwit2X because “there is no shame in readjusting one’s stance in light of new information.”

In this climate, Flyp.me just launched its new accountless exchange to oppose Segwit2X and support the key role of overall consensus. The Flyp.me exchange is live with 14 cryptocurrencies.

It is private, shares 50% of the profits and uses distributed policy-making to take the best path for the community and its service. The exchange doesn’t require any registration, email or ID verification: only the user’s crypto address.

It is fast, there is no need to wait for your deposit to hit the account because there is no account signup required. The amount exchanged is sent back to the user as soon as the user’s transaction is confirmed on the blockchain. It is as simple as sending a transaction and receiving your exchanged crypto straight in your wallet.

Flyp.me shares 50% of the profits generated with FYP Token owners in an effort to rebalance the power between users of an exchange and the exchange itself. FYP Tokens also have the ability to propose new features and coin additions, vote for key decisions and audit volumes in line with distributed policy-making. Even the timing of the profit payout will be ultimately decided by the FYP Token owners. You can get FYP Tokens here.

To advance its ambitious dev roadmap including the implementation of new coins and R&D in 2nd layer solutions, Flyp.me is now running its ICO. Last week, the team integrated PIVX and the community has been asking for other cryptos including Ubiq, Monero, Komodo, and ZenCash.

Flyp.me has also released its API that enables businesses and developers anywhere to accept payments in 14 cryptocurrencies. The API is permissionless because the Flyp.me team believes in the freedom to explore new technologies without seeking prior approval.

The Flyp.me exchange is built and managed by the HolyTransaction team, one of the first web wallets to support Ethereum and the first multi-currency web wallet. The HolyTransaction wallet has been live since 2014.

To find out more, visit https://flyp.me

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