PRESS RELEASE. Jorge de los Santos is behind Euler.Tools, a platform that aims to change the way people analyze the blockchain industry by providing a comprehensive view of cryptocurrencies combined with a user-friendly interface.
Just like the legendary mathematician and namesake of the project, Leonhard Euler, who founded graph theory and solved the Königsberg bridge problem, Euler.Tools aims to create a method to navigate through a complex problem. Euler.Tools helps users find the most efficient path to blockchain technology through educational and interactive tools.
Traders should use different platforms, as each platform offers different data and offers. Euler.Tools solves this problem by providing users with 10 different tools that allow traders to compare channel activity, price trends and other data points to make more informed trades.
Euler.Tools offers a combination of all popular toolkits in an interface that makes blockchain technology and activities easy to understand.
As such, Euler.Tools integrates DeFi data, blockchain data and real-world data into a single interface, powered by a suite of tools that support crypto traders with information that helps them in their trading activities. Think TradingView, Chartx, DEXools, BscScan and PancakeSwap in one platform.
Euler.Tools is integrated with BscScan and TradingView and offers users up-to-date information on a single platform. In addition, Euler.Tools offers an enhanced interface for the popular Uniswap decentralized exchange, as well as Chainlink oracles and custom native graphical nodes.
The idea behind Euler.Tools is to give the user easy access to analysis tools.
Fully automated process
Euler.Tools distinguishes itself from other existing tools by the integration of a fully automated workflow. Most analysis tools look at the same operating agreement and usually require manual addition of information to keep them current.
Euler.Tools automates the process by scanning the blockchain and processing the data using formal methods and well-known techniques used by global data processing companies. Moreover, there are new parameters integrated in the Euler.Tools that differ from the existing tools.
For example, while other tools focus on the value stored in the uniswap contract, Euler.Tools compares the impact of a token exchange on liquidity, availability, profitability, gas costs, and other events that a token exchange may cause.
Multiple instruments and single subscription models
Euler.Tools provides powerful and customizable blockchain explorers with decentralized sharing tools that offer many features, including.
- Comparison of tokens, test volumes, addresses, holders, and usage rates of coins and shots.
- Create alerts on prices and events, or receive notifications on carpet pulls that may affect your assets.
- Connect all your portfolios to the same interface and receive enriched data.
- Explore each pair or create your own
- Making complex queries on large data
All of these functions are built using a combination of ETL, data pipelines, and machine learning technologies to filter and clean the results and ensure that only relevant events are included.
To ensure that everyone has access to the tools, Euler.Tools offers three subscription models. The first model uses a unique holding system where users can link a wallet to a native EULER token and access the free model.
Users pay for additional features they find important, similar to a freemium model. Although there is a tiered system, users pay a flat fee for access to certain features, from portfolio management to Telegram bots that send alerts on the mat.
A third subscription method is the pay-per-use model, which is aimed at large enterprises that need to process large amounts of data. This subscription provides the full API keys to interact with the tools offered by Euler.Tools.
Euler.Tools powered by the Eulertoken
Euler.Tools is operated by a BEP20 marker with an EULER ticker. This token is designed to provide a safe deflationary investment product and a redemption mechanism that aggregates value for the seller.
The Euler-token is used to pay for applications in the Euler.Tools ecosystem. These include the DEX blockchain ladder, Big Data query, portfolio protection and trading interface.
Euler.Tools has developed a simple mining pool that will incentivize token holders as the product grows and the subscription model is implemented. Moreover, the subscription model acts as a buy-back mechanism to consume and reduce the supply in circulation.
This will create a stable deflationary price for token holders while keeping the token affordable. EULER token holders can access additional benefits by depositing cash. In addition, the tokens give users access to key features of the platform.
For more information on Euler.Tools, visit their website at https://euler.tools/. You can also check out the following social media channels:
GitHub : https://github.com/eulertools
FRA : https://t.me/eulertools
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