Pontem Network Website 2.0

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We are happy to announce that we’ve just updated our official website so that more and more people can find out about Pontem Network and its opportunities.

As an integral part of the website, we have shared our roadmap, which means that you can learn more about the next steps and milestones of the project development.

Today, we’d like to consider one of the use cases of the upcoming Pontem Network.

Pontem Blocks

The essential part of the new website launch is the release of Pontem Blocks prototype design. You can watch the demo on our web page.

Pontem Blocks is a tool that will enable creating smart contracts for different DeFi instruments with no coding skills required. Instead of writing code or spending resources on a development team, users will simply use drag-and-drop mechanics.

Thus, they will be able to use different Defi instrument actions in one plaсe, for instance, swap tokens, provide liquidity, and stake LP tokens, all in one transaction*. Use presets and even ready-to-use actions made by external developers.

* The aforementioned functions are just examples of the upcoming functionality of the platform. The Pontem Network reserves the right to change, add, or adjust these or any other functions.

Additionally, our upcoming platform planned to have an entire section of ready-to-use Presets — prospective strategies with an estimated annual yield that you’ll be able to use for your projects.

Pontem Blocks have only become possible with the help of no-code technology. So let’s also dig into what it is and how it works.

No-code technology

No-code development platforms are various instruments that allow users to create software without any prior knowledge of programming languages.

This technology is believed to be the future of development since it helps users deploy software, build a business, and deliver web and mobile applications much faster than traditionally.

“The future of coding is no coding at all.” — Chris Wanstrath, CEO at GitHub.

We believe that DeFi is an excellent field to implement no-code development ideas because they will allow people to use the necessary tools in the blink of an eye and save a lot of resources. Moreover, external developers will be able to build their own Defi instruments and then share them as well.

We hope that Pontem Blocks will become one of the convenient no-code DeFi tools that you will use on a daily basis.

Visit our website today to find out how Pontem Network has integrated no-code technology and to check out our roadmap.

If you have any ideas or objections to the implementation of a design, you can send us an email at design-team@pontem.network.
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  1. Blockchain fees. Most NFTs are issued on the Ethereum blockchain, where you have to pay for gas. NFT minting involves a complex smart contract and thus requires a lot more gas than simply sending crypto. Plus, the gas has been very expensive in the past few months, so you can expect to pay at least $50–100 in gas fees per NFT collection.
  2. Marketplace fees. While you can issue an NFT on your own, it will be hard to promote it and find buyers. That’s why most creators work with NFT marketplaces like OpenSea and Rarible. And while minting NFTs on OpenSea is technically gasless and free, there is a gas fee to initialize a seller account and accept a bid from a buyer — expect to pay around $150 in total. On Rarible, the costs can exceed $600.
  • Facebook has almost 3 billion monthly active users, giving Diem the largest potential audience of any blockchain project on earth;
  • The stablecoin will probably get integrated into transactions on Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, and Whatsapp (shopping, paying for ads, sending money to friends etc.);
  • Facebook can afford to hire the best developers and marketers, so the execution and promotion will be top-notch;
  • Diem’s programming language, Move, is safe, flexible, and well-suited for writing smart contracts;
  • It should be possible to add third-party dApps to the Diem ecosystem — think of WeChat with its thousands of mini programs, but on blockchain.

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