DERIVATIVES ON ETHEREUM
VariabL leverages blockchain technology to offer trustless, secure and efficient financial derivatives
We use trustless smart contracts to match traders, hold users funds and settle contracts. Your funds are always securely stored on the blockchain.
We have developed a unique infrastructure using blockchain only when needed, allowing for near real-time operations.
VariabL Private Alpha
First VariabL derivatives trading platform on the Kovan Testnet
KPIs: 2000 CFDs, 150 Traders, 120 ETH
VariabL Open Alpha
Release on September 12, 2017
New Features: UX/UI, VCTs, Pricefeed, Multiple Rounds
VariabL Live Exchange
VariabL on the MainNet
Upcoming Features: State channels, Stable tokens
New Pairs and APIs for the ecosystem
APIs: Hedging derivatives, Stable wallets
VARIABL CONTRIBUTION TOKENS
Trade on our alpha and earn contribution tokens
120 ETH have been won by our early testers.
From now on, Alpha testers will earn Contribution Tokens.
Help us test our products and pave the way to financial stability on Ethereum..Learn more about VCT
VariabL Zero-sum contracts
In VariabL's ETH/USD derivatives market, you can create positions on the ETH/USD pair.
These positions are implemented as Zero-sum ETH contracts on the blockchain.
Individuals and businesses can use our derivatives to hedge themselves against currency risks.
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VariabL Development Update (Q1'2018)
Open Alpha, VariabL 2.0 prototype, new VCT landing page… We have covered a lot of ground since the start of 2018. For this quarterly update, we’re trying a new format; straight-to-the-point news on our product development, photos and links from our local and global...
VariabL Development Update (Q4'2017) — From Alpha to Production
The last few months, we have been focused on creating a new infrastructure for the production version of the VariabL exchange, together with running and improving the existing alpha. Thanks to our numerous participants, it has been a very valuable...
How to deal with financial regulations in the new generation of Blockchain markets?
Within the EU, operating an exchange of financial products is subject to extensive regulation in terms of licensing, operating, and compliance. This regulation has been designed to maintain a trustworthy environment in a system based on...
How to create a robust Price Feed?
This article gives the following details regarding our Price Feed implementation; 4 exchanges, 4 prices? How to explain and overcome those differences, Aggregation strategy, and smoothing of Kraken source (due to its specificities)...
StabL becomes VariabL — First Derivatives Trading Platform on Ethereum
We are rebranding to VariabL. Check out our brand new website for more information. Register for the Open Alpha here before it goes live on September 12. The team behind VariabL has come together around the same goal, bringing financial stability...
How our users help us improve our product
Since March 2017, we have been organizing Trading Contests in order to better understand crypto-traders and improve our User-Experience accordingly. Just like in the first round, we had about 100 contestants trading for 2 weeks during the second round...
Leveraging the True Power of Tokens
Contribution Tokens coordinate and reward a focused audience, including but not limited to; platform testers, advisors, part-time contributors, bug hunters, and smart investors. Once the product is proven, the Contribution Tokens would be converted...
VariabL Contribution Tokens — Issuance Mechanisms
Contributions offered will be kept at low-scale during the Open Alpha release of VariabL. Biggest VCT holders will very likely benefit from various features such as early access to new features and special gifts, VariabL goodies, priority passes to...
VariabL is built on Ethereum, a next generation blockchain protocol enabling advanced smart contracts.
Ethereum is censorship resistant, globally available, and provides transparent guarantees about future operations of the platform. With Ethereum, we can eliminate middlemen and counterparty risk.Learn more