Crypto Volatility Index ($GOVI) — Roadmap

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On January 20th, 2021, we released the Crypto Volatility Index (CVI) on MainNet. The CVI brings a new set of tools to the DeFi space. Users can:

  1. Buy a position in the index if they believe volatility in crypto is about to grow, as a speculation or as a hedge for their portfolio

This is only the beginning. In 2021, we will continue developing and improving the platform by adding more features and data sources, integrating new wallets and assets, adding leverage, and more.

Take an in-depth look at what we have already achieved, and what comes next in the first half of 2021:

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Milestones achieved

  • CVI MainNet Beta Launch
    On January 20th, we launched the Crypto Volatility Index on MainNet. The platform users can now connect with their Metamask, deposit USDT and buy positions or provide liquidity to the platform.


  • Gas optimizations — while the entire ecosystem awaits Ethereum to improve congestion, we are already actively improving our contracts to optimize for better gas costs. We will be releasing an optimized model to cut down about 40% of gas costs this week

-Addition of charts to trading tabs

-A feed of the last actions performed by users

-More graphs and data visualization

-Funding fee vs the CVI index values related info and graphs

-Historical view of CVI index values


  • Margin trading
    Adding support for other ratios than the existing 1:1, so that various risk management strategies can be implemented. The idea is to increase the value of an opened position, so it is based not only on the amount of tokens used to open it, but on a multiplication factor as well.

2021 will be an amazing year for CVI and we look forward to seeing you use the platform

For all of our updates and to join the conversation, be sure to check out CVI channels:




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CVI is a decentralized volatility index for the crypto space — powered by COTI network

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