We are proud to announce that Morphose is now LIVE on both Avalanche and Ethereum! You can start mixing AVAX on Avalanche Blockchain and ETH on Ethereum Mainnet now!

Since Ethereum has high fees than the other networks that we run on (BSC, Matic, and Fantom, and Avalanche) — we will only pay back withdrawal fees for 10 ETH deposits and we won’t be supporting ERC20 tokens until Ethereum gets scaled.

About Ethereum

Ethereum is a decentralized, open-source blockchain with smart contract functionality. Ether (ETH) is the native cryptocurrency of the platform; among cryptocurrencies, it is second only to Bitcoin in market…

We are proud to announce that Morphose is now LIVE on Fantom!

Once you’ve got your Fantom network setup on your Metamask, simply head to app.morphose.cash and you can start mixing tokens with almost instant transactions and extremely low fees.

About Fantom

Fantom is a high-performance, scalable, customizable, and secure smart-contract platform. It is designed to overcome the limitations of previous generation blockchain platforms. Fantom is permissionless, decentralized, and open-source. Lachesis, its revolutionary aBFT consensus mechanism, allows Fantom to be much faster and cheaper than older technologies, yet extremely secure.

6 tokens are supported:

on Fantom Morphose supports FTM, wBTC, WETH, USDC, DAI, SUSHI tokens.

How to use Morphose on Fantom?


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Morphose lets you make anonymous transactions on a public blockchain. She is noncustodial — giving you full control of holding your funds, and fully decentralized — depending on no third-party relayers. Morphose currently runs on Binance Smart Chain and Polygon. Takes the lowest commission of 0.75%, has multiple denominations, supports multiple tokens, and uses the lowest gas fees when compared with competitors. In addition to these, MORPH token holders can use the protocol for free and earn up to 600% APR.

How Morphose Works

Morphose breaks the on-chain link between source and destination addresses to enable transactional privacy. Users deposit to Morphose and…

Morphose users, MORPH holders, and potential newcomers to our community; we are proud to launch on Polygon!

Our Morphose Reward Token (xMORPH) presale is being hosted now on the DxSale xMORPH presale page. It will be live until 10th of July 2021. Right after the presale ends, the DxSale platform will automatically list xMORPH on QuickSwap.

With our Polygon launch, we also added new non-native (ERC20) tokens to the protocol. In addition to BNB on Binance Smart Chain; we now support BTC, ETH, BUSD, USDT, and CAKE. …

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The need

We do nothing wrong when we make love or go to the bathroom. We are not deliberately hiding anything when we seek out private places for conversation. We keep private journals, sing in the shower, and write messages to our secret lovers to delete them. We do these actions because we need them.

Privacy is a basic human need.

Those in favor of institutions and software have pointed out the same rhetorical question we hear every time when privacy advocates oppose ID checks, transaction records, video cameras, massive databases, data mining, and other surveillance measures: “If you aren’t doing anything…

What is Morphose?

Blockchains allow transferring digital assets in a decentralized fashion — without intermediary central third parties while enabling public verifiability as well as the provenance of the digital transactions and data. However, the privacy issue of a Blockchain undermines user anonymity, confidentiality, and privacy in transactions. Although the usage of pseudonyms avoids linking transactions to the real identity, users are not totally anonymous in their movements. All usages behind these pseudonyms might be traceable and linkable.

Morphose breaks the on-chain link between source and destination addresses to enable transactional privacy on Binance Smart Chain. Her smart contracts use non-interactive zero-knowledge proofs…


Fully Decentralized Noncustodial Protocol for Private Transactions https://morphose.cash

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