The ability to create decentralized marketplaces represents a huge opportunity to transform how we buy and sell tokens and tokenized assets on the blockchain. By using the blockchain to broker a transaction, buyers and sellers can interact in a trustless, secure fashion.
Open Source, Verified and Tested Smart Contracts
Smart contracts are the lynchpin of decentralized exchanges and marketplaces. They are what makes trustless exchange and atomic swaps possible. As such, it is essential that the smart contracts be transparent, verified and tested.
You can read the source code and and run the unit tests to all the Emoon smart contracts on Github.
Additionally, all of our smart contracts are verified by Etherscan. There are links to the verified Etherscan source code next to every smart contract. This is important because it confirms that the source code you see on GitHub is in fact the same source code deployed to the Ethereum mainnet.
No Site Scraping
At Emoon, we only list assets that have been listed through our smart contracts. We don't display, scrape or proxy to any other assets or smart contracts. As such, you can be sure that any buying or selling you do through our site goes through our smart contacts. Additionally, we work hard to honor and respect the terms of service of any digital assets that we offer on the site.
No Proprietary Tokens or Wrapped Ethereum
We don't require use of any proprietary tokens on Emoon. All you need is ETH. This is by design. First, ETH itself is already so volatile that adding the votility of a proprietary token makes things that much worse for the buyer and seller.
We also don't require you to wrap your ETH. All you need is ETH. Simple!
Our fees are baked into our smart contracts. As such, at any time, you can verify exactly what the fees are on the blockchain. We pull the fee from the blockchain and display it on our site. To verify that percentage, one can go to Etherscan's "Read Smart Contract" to confirm.