An initial DEX offering, or IDO, is a new and exciting type of decentralized and permissionless crowdfunding platform, which is opening up a new way of fundraising in the crypto space.

If a project is launching an IDO, it means the project is launching a coin or token via a decentralized liquidity exchange. This is a type of crypto asset exchange that depends on liquidity pools where traders can swap tokens, including crypto coins and stablecoins. For instance, BUSD/BNB is a liquidity pair.

Many platforms exist on the same level but the improvement of CVIP is different.

We are targeting the same kinds of stuff as we are doing in the (initial liquidity offering).

  • Audited Contracts

  • Verification of Team

  • Research on the project

  • Provide Marketing Chain

  • Fewer Fees


Cvip is a type of DEX known as an automated market maker (AMM). This essentially means that there are no order books, bid/ask system or limit/market orders. Instead, users trading on the platform automatically draw liquidity from one or more liquidity pools, which then rebalance after the trade is complete.

This liquidity is contributed by users, known as liquidity providers (LPs), who add equal values of both sides of a liquidity pool (e.g. BNB/USDC) to increase the total amount of liquidity available. Users receive LP tokens that represent their share in that particular pool. These tokens need to be returned to retrieve their fraction of the pool. In return for providing liquidity, LPs receive a share of the transaction fees generated by any pools they contribute. There is a flat 0.25% transaction fee for makers and takers, most of which is shared among the liquidity providers.

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