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Kinetex has several unique features:
- The first one is automation. Kinetex offers an automatic exchange that is performed regardless of the route's length, so users do not need to stay online to confirm each transaction.
- The second distinctive feature is a variety of supported crypto assets. Kinetex aggregates numerous tokens and coins (over 15,000), including native ones, and enables their trading with the help of tokenization protocols.
- The third distinction is the Multi-chain Gasless technology that eliminates the need to care about storing gas.
This is not a final list, though. The more Kinetex develops, the more unique and helpful features it gets.
The Gasless technology eliminates the need to store native coins for each network and to worry about their shortage. This technology helps to travel through the universe via interdimensional swaps while holding only one EIP-2612-compliant token (including any such stablecoin).
If you do not have a permission-enabled token, place a small staking deposit of $5-20 in escrow so relay nodes can always pay gas for you and top up the deposit with assets you exchange.
Kinetex utilizes native coin tokenization protocols that create wrapped tokens and bring them to the nearest bridges using the route-building algorithms, thereby transferring transactions into the required networks. Such an approach allows you to exchange any asset quickly and reliably.
Inside Kinetex, we combine dozens of reliable bridges and providers that are whitelisted and manually added to the ecosystem. Thus, users can safely cross the space between different networks in two ways: by using stablecoins for the intermediate stages or by exchanging assets directly.
Priority is given to identical tokens on different networks. If such a route cannot be found or there is not enough liquidity, then the original asset will be exchanged for a stablecoin, bridged to another network, and finally to the desired asset.
To reduce the impact on the price, Kinetex chooses assets with high liquidity.
Kinetex does not use its own liquidity.
The specially-designed exchange algorithms aggregate liquidity from various protocols to transfer assets between networks and build the most efficient routes.
Liquidity is drawn from many sources, including decentralized exchanges, bridges, market makers (public and private), limit order protocols, Layer-2 networks, etc.