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Intro
Tortle Ninja is a no-code decentralized financial tool that was built to enable retail investors, fintech, and crypto enthusiasts to create combined DeFi strategies.
DeFi landscape is an everchanging scenario with tons of new solutions, projects, and brilliant (and not so brilliant) ideas, but some problems remain unsolved, one of them is how to deal with increasing complexity, new tools, new financial products, and the asymmetry this creates between so-called whales and regular users. Whales have access to programming tools, bots, and developers that give them a technical advantage. The news is, Tortle is designed to disrupt this.
With Tortle, you can:
  • Create and trigger combined operations.
  • Make Tortle Combo recipes that allow you to create uncomplicated complex operations.
  • Save operations and re-use them, making possible the creation of easy-to-use DeFi strategies and products, like our Bitcoin Savings Account.
Tortle Ninja is fast, easy, and anyone can use it.
It also got Turtles, combos, and lots of action.

How Tortle Works

‌Tortle users can create combinations of DeFi operations by linking the nodes and defining a strategy. You can split, create a limit, stop-loss orders, and even more complex strategies. Tortle will validate the operation results and the composition of the operation if it is valid or invalid.
With Tortle, anyone can create financial products and strategies: fintech, crypto enthusiasts, tailor-made funds, financial products, leveraging risk and profits, and even old-school sordid bankers build can pack and use complex crypto operations.

Decentralized vs Centralized: A hybrid approach.

The idea behind Tortle is to give DeFi enthusiasts the same tools great whales have so they compete better.
The most important question we had in mind while developing this project is, should all the strategies should be on-chain?
The answer is yes and no. The V1 of Tortle will do most operations off-chain, so only the user can know the strategy. (It won't be a practical tool if any bot, where all users can see your stop-loss limit). From this point forward, V2, we will allow on-chain combos.
More details on our roadmap.
And now make some nice combos!
Last modified 6mo ago