Who needs a website when you have a contract? RTC started as a single ERC20 token contract with all the ecosystem rules explained right in the source code. By creating new tokens and new contracts, and building a vivid community around it, RTC evolved into a full-blown DeFi ecosystem. RTC encourages blockchain education, inviting crypto enthusiast to read contract source codes, interact directly with contract functions and more! RTC ecosystem now consists of:
The first ERC20 contract in the RTC ecosystem. Holders of this token, as well as any Uniswap LP token paired with RTC receive an airdrop at 10% of the initial supply of any new RTC ecosystem token, proportional to their RTC holdings.
The third ERC20 contract and the first farming contract in the RTC ecosystem. By staking various SushiSwap and Uniswap LP tokens you farm SWSH tokens at a very low rate and receive RTC token drops at a high rate of 10,000 times your SWSH crops.
Swapship supports staking of the RTC ecosystem pool pairs, and tokens through vaults.Swapship community created the Twitter, Telegram and Discord channels and runs the website to make farming easier — visit Swapship.finance
The fourth ERC20 contract in the RTC ecosystem. SPECTRE is intended as a deflationary token with reducing supply and appreciating value, and a fair launch.
Fair launch was implemented through dripping sessions where the Deployer continuously drips small amounts of SPECTRE into a low liquidity Uniswap pool. The deployment price stays within low bounds, and participants have an equal chance of scooping SPECTRE on every drip.
SPECTRE tokens will be used to unlock RTC ecosystem lootboxes with NFTs possessing special abilities within the RTC ecosystem!
Payship is a major step forward in crypto lending: Deposit any ERC20 token. Use any ERC20 token as collateral. Earn interest on any deposit. Borrow any ERC20 token. Stake PSHP to earn portion of Payship income. Vote with PSHP on Payship future.
On October 10 the top 32 SWSH holders received an exclusive airdrop of the PSHP token.Visit Payship.org to read more details and the whitepaper.
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