Introducing CURV -
CurioInvest Voting Token

Introducing CURV -
CurioInvest Voting Token

CURV utility token can be used to decide which next car will be tokenized.

Donation ETH wallet: 0x1Ad65c3e6fa4013f2d51D1ab3ABc7B09774e1b30

Curio Token On Exchanges

Curio token already listed and trading on following exchanges.

Curio On Aragon

Unfortunately, as a standard ERC20 token, CUR is not very convenient for voting and DAO management. Voting with a token is possible only with the transfer of tokens to the voting contract, since the token does not contain balance data per block.

Aragon is currently the most reliable and easiest to implement framework for DAO. As the main functionality, Aragon offers a mechanism for creating voting, which can execute methods in different smart contracts according to Voting parameters. That is why we decided to use it as the basis for CURIO DAO.


Q1.1 2020

Listing CUR token to 6 new exchanges. Ferrari sale.

Q1.2 2020

Staking. First voting with CURV. Implementation of swaps.

Q2.1 2020

Launch CurioInvest in Polkadot ecosystem. Integration with Stellar DEX.

Q2.2 2020

CUR token's listing on the exchange of the top 10 Coinmarketcap rating. Adding of 5 new supercars.

Q3.1 2020

Partnership and listings of security tokens of participants.

Q3.2 2020

Launch of initial version of DAO and release of the DAO branch.

Q4 2020

Creating asset backed token on more real assets. The Curio Platform (fine art and other collectables) in accordance with law.

How it works?

CUR token holders may convert CUR token to CURV using Aragon black dApp to vote on upcoming assets listed at the platform and get rewarded.

CURV token distribution consists in two phases:

1. One month pre - activations period.
During this time any CUR token holder can transfer 1 CUR to smart contract and get 1 CURV.

2. Unlimited bonding curve period
A bonding curve is an automated market-maker smart contract. In this case, the bonding curve is used to convert CUR into CURV and back. After the pre-activation period, the more CUR is sent to the bonding curve, the fewer new CURV will be released back to the sender, and vice versa. You can find a technical explanation of bonding curves here.