Paycer DeFi Roadmap Update: Serpentine Mountain
Hi Paycer community, our team has a very high workload at the moment and is working on many different tasks. Even though we are in the crypto space where time seems to run faster than in the real world, progress takes some time. You can be assured that the Paycer team is currently working basically day and night. To make our current subjects, work and progress more transparent for the community we exported most of our current Jira tickets and made them publicly available: Roadmap. A few tickets that we classify as confidential have been filtered out.
We are currently working on two different products: one is paycer.finance (our DeFi platform), and the other is the Paycer Platform, which will be a CeDeFi platform for retail clients. Many technical development topics are connected with this, but also legal topics, brand building and design.
The main topics the Paycer team is working on at the moment are:
- Banking Partnership
- Legal Matters (operate a regulated DeFi platform)
- Venture Capital
- Exchange Listings
- Infrastructure Partnerships
- Paycer.Finance Development (DeFi)
- Paycer Platform Development (CeDeFi)
- Paycer Company Related Topics
- Marketing Related Topics
The current tickets/roadmap started last Monday and will be processed during the next weeks and months. The current development sprint is called “Serpentine Mountain”. Our development sprints have a duration of two weeks. We plan to update the current published tasks after the end of a sprint.
You can find all the details in our GitBook:
Thanks for your support,
Your Paycer Team
Paycer’s goal is to aggregate DeFi investments multi-chain and make them available to users without the need for their own wallet nor the expertise. This should allow anyone to generate a passive income in a world where banks no longer pay interest. Hence the Paycer team is developing a bridge protocol for DeFi and TradFi to combine the best of both worlds and make it available for retail clients #CeDeFi. Apart from the technical matters and the creation of a super easy to use final product. The goal is also to create a regulatory framework that allows the legal operation of a DeFi platform within the EU first and subsequently in other regions.
Currently, a DeFi platform is already available on paycer.finance on which Paycer tokens PCR can be claimed and staked. More features will go live soon. At the moment on Polygon but other blockchains will be integrated in the near future. Paycer is also working on a banking partnership to be able to combine DeFi with a traditional bank account. In addition to the development of the DeFi platform, the development of the final consumer product is also in progress.