Why SafeSwap?

SafeSwap is Driving Significant Changes to Blockchain Interoperability and Cross-Chain Trading.

SafeSwap is a truly peer-to-peer platform for swapping digital assets between two blockchains.

Swap To and From Different Digital Wallets

Swap Digital Assets Straight From Your Own Digital Wallets

When using SafeSwap, all wallets used within the process are owned strictly by the user. At no point during the process of using the platform, does the user lose control of the assets being swapped.

SafeSwap Preserves the Autonomy of Digital Asset Owners

SafeSwap Completely Eliminates Any Centralized or Third-Party Liquidity

Liquidity is always present, as the platform utilizes pools that are specifically dedicated to one-for-one swaps with relation to each partner’s total supply. Liquidity when you need it.

SafeSwap Automatically Locks and Unlocks Digital Assets

Digital Assets Can Be Used Among Different Blockchains Without Having to Adjust Tokenomics

Becoming blockchain agnostic is critically necessary for the continued growth of digital asset issuers and their blockchain solutions. Because digital assets cannot organically move between blockchains, new assets must be created on the target chain.

A potential bi-product is the need to adjust the original tokenomics established, causing inconsistencies within the business model. SafeSwap is different, through smart-contract Atomic Swaps, token issuers no longer have to sacrifice the integrity of their business proposition.

No Unwanted Surprises

SafeSwap Automatically Reverts Failed Transactions Charging No Fees

SafeSwap carries a no-loss concept. Your digital assets are safe, even in the scenario that a transaction fails. Our technology ensures that all users have a pleasant experience, to include no asset loss for unseeable circumstances.

Extra Security Layer

Swapped Digital Assets Are Only Claimable On The Destination Chain By Submitting A Secret Code

We take security seriously. SafeSwap has a backend code that ensures each liquidity pool has a unique code designated to each destination chain, so no improper swapping occurs.  More so, the larger the asset swap, the more confirmations are necessary to solidify the correct execution.