Republic Protocol Launches Decentralized Dark Pool Crypto Exchange Protocol

The Republic Protocol Has Begun The Crypto Dark Pool Node

The Republic Protocol, which has been established as a dark pool exchange protocol it is one that is being used for the trade of large volumes of different digital assets.

The company has gone ahead to announce their new release of its Darknodes that can be used to the general public. And from here you will not witness any restrictions in the deployment of any Darknode, what this means is that any individual who has a 100k REN will be able to deploy this in the mainnet easily.

The platform will enable an individual to deploy a Darknode quickly, but this does not guarantee that the particular node will be profitable or will have the ability to cover the operating costs it would attract fully. In the event that the current network is not able to cover the operating costs, you will get notified on the command center of the Darknode just before the final deployment takes place.

A Few Remarks From The CTO

According to the CTO and the Republic Protocol, Long Wang, the Darknodes will get managed all from a central hub one that they have named as the DCC, or the Darknode Command Center.

The DCC has been designed to offer a user-friendly interface that will allow the individuals to control all the aspects that are around the Darknode operation. It is from refiling your Darknodes with some ETH to the withdrawal of existing funds. It has been considered that this is the very first iteration of the DCC platform but expects to see the interface continuously being improved.

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