TL;DR: MAYZ is a cross-chain platform that allows the creation of multiple indexes from different ecosystems to bring exposure to users in a seamless way.
MAYZ brings the traditional financial knowledge of investment into a cross-chain technical solution.
How does MAYZ do it?
Types of Members:
- Investor: this is the customer’s protocol. This role does not require holding MAYZ tokens. Only holds LP tokens from the protocol’s funds.
MAYZ Governance Members: this role participates in MAYZ governance. It can make and vote on proposals. It requires holding & stake MAYZ into the MAYZ governance smart contract (MGSC).
MAYZ Fund Manager: this role creates and manages MAYZ funds. It requires staking MAYZ into the creator fund smart contract (CFSM).
- MAYZ Escrow: this role provides services to investors. It helps them mint LP tokens from the funds.
Fund Creation Process:
Another essential role is the Fund Escrow (FE), which will be in charge of investing on behalf of the fund investor. The Fund Escrow receives funds from the investor, performs the deposit transaction into the Portfolio Management Smart Contract (PMSC), gets the accordingly LP token from the SC, and then sends it to the investor to complete the operation. It’s worth noting that any user can interact directly with the PMSC. The escrow service goal is to ease that process providing that the investing transaction can be complicated, costly, and time-consuming. To become an accredited escrow, MAYZ must be staked to provide an incentive for honest behavior.
The game-changer solution
MAYZ brings investment to other blockchains with effortless cross-chain investment. We understand that investing in different blockchain tokens involves a reasonable amount of prior knowledge. Even if they know exactly which tokens they want to buy, investors still need to learn about the different Blockchains wallets and exchanges. MAYZ removes all of this friction and allows investors to buy a single token on the blockchain they are most familiar with.
What is an Index?
In traditional finance
An index is a method to track the performance of a group of assets in a standardized way.
Passive Investment Strategy
Passive investing attempts to replicate market performance by constructing well-diversified portfolios of single assets.