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Welcome to Frontier

A Chain-Agnostic DeFi Aggregation Layer


Supported
Chains
  • Ethereum
  • Binance Chain
  • BandChain
  • Kava
  • Harmony
  • Cosmos Network
Protocols
  • bZx
  • MakerDAO
  • Synthetix
  • Compound
  • Aave
  • Uniswap
Platforms
  • dYdX
  • Balancer
  • InstaDApp
  • TokenSets
  • DeFiZapp
  • yearn.finance
Staking
  • Matic Network (MATIC)
  • BandChain (BAND)
  • Kava (KAVA)

Upcoming
Chains
  • Solana
  • Elrond Network
  • Polkadot
  • Kusama
  • StaFi
  • Edgeware
  • Frontier Chain
Staking
  • 0x (ZRX)
  • Flexacoin (FXC)
  • KyberDAO (KNC)
Frontier Products

Download Frontier

If you are new to DeFi and have no wallet yet, we have created demo.eth as a great testing address. Download the app, enter demo.eth, and magic will appear.

Robust wallet support, with more to come.

Additional integration for Argent, TokenPocket, and Ledger will come next. There is no limit to the number of wallets we support.

Fragmentation

There exists no product on the market that allows users to track and manage their entire DeFi portfolio from anywhere.

Lending, borrowing, staking, asset swapping, and providing liquidity are isolated, painful experiences.

Aggregation

Frontier is at its core, an aggregator. We fix the fragmentation problem by enabling unified Compound, Maker, Synthetix, Aave, InstaDApp, Uniswap, bZx, Balancer, and Curve monitoring and management.

As more protocols are added into the ecosystem, Frontier provides support.

Dependency & Isolation

Non-custodial wallets are great for holding cryptoassets, but strict app guidelines make them unusable when participating in DeFi. Many wallets also willfully attempt to create lock-in—this results in users downloading multiple wallets and creating many addresses to participate in one ecosystem. We must do better.

Freedom & Choice

To date, we have added integrations with Trust Wallet, Coinbase Wallet, MetaMask, imToken, and Fortmatic. More will come. Our users never need to transfer assets into Frontier to participate in DeFi. We send them where they already are while giving them the best that DeFi has to offer.

Poor Design

Providing collateral for loans, staking, giving liquidity to pools, and token swaps are stressful experiences, not because they are difficult concepts but because they are overly complicated. Friction exists in DeFi right now, and beginners find themselves at odds with DeFiʼs current UX practices.

Building Better

Building better means crafting great user interactions with DeFi protocols, better experiences entering and exiting liquidity pools and more precise in-app communication about the benefits and risks of products. Our current Beta app is close. Our Version 2 relaunch will be much closer. The end goal is to remove all DeFi doubt through better design.

2019

April
Brainstorming begins

It was during April 2019 that we first developed the concept of Frontier. At that time there was no DeFi “hype” or “bubble”. Our goal was not to trend chase but to lead ourselves into making a product that we needed. This was the “scratch your own itch phase” of our company.

May
Frontier Wallet is Born

The first commit to our Android app GitHub repository took place on May 1st, 2019.

August
Frontier for iOS is Born

The first commit to our iOS app GitHub repository took place on August 29th, 2019.

October
Frontier Private Beta Released

The first versions of Frontier beta for Android and iOS are sent to a limited number of DeFi power users and internal testers. Bug hunting and refinements take place before we publicly announce the launch of Frontier Wallet for Android and iOS.

November
Frontier Launches

Frontier Beta for Android and iOS are launched, with tracking support for MakerDAO, Compound, Set Protocol, Uniswap, and dY/dX.

April
Protocol Support & Partnerships

During December we launched support for bZx Protocol, ENS Domains, and entered into a partnership with Biconomy to enable gasless transactions for select DeFi operations within Frontier.

Summary
Bootstrapped & Building

The primary theme for Frontier during 2019 was to stay lean and bootstrapped. We built, found market traction, exhibited a proper product-market fit, and did it with a passionate team that continues to push the boundaries of what we believe a DeFi-native aggregation layer should be. While our flagship products were wallets, that was just the beginning. Much more would come during 2020.

2020

January
Protocol Support & Matic Partnership

Tracking was added for MakerDAO MCD vaults and DSR, as well as InstaDapp’s MCD vaults, CDPs, and Compound lending positions. We additionally added tracking support for TokenSets. On the partnership front, we announced our official partnership with Matic Network to bring native Matic staking into mobile devices.

February
TxLink: Wallet Composability

Our biggest accomplishment during this month was introducing wallet composability. This directly addressed the DeFi fragmentation problem with mobile wallets.

We also came out of beta, integrated with DeFiZap, and added tracking support for Synthetix SNX staking rewards, balances, and synths.

March
Tracking & Kava Labs Partnership

Support for Argent and Authereum address tracking was added during March. We also announced a formal partnership with Kava Labs, teasing a USDX minting feature via Binance Chain’s BNB staking.

April
Trust Wallet & Coinbase Wallet Support

Frontier becomes the first DeFi application to integrate native Trust Wallet SDK support, making DeFi onboarding and transaction signing seamless and convenient. Coinbase Wallet support is added, and smart DeFi notifications on mobile are also added into Frontier during April. Finally, we ended this month with native support for MakerDAO Vaults and DSR on mobile.

May
Elrond Partnership, More Integrations

We announced a formal partnership with Elrond Network during May, including our intention to support DeFi-related Elrond products in Frontier. Native support for Yearn and InstaDApp was announced. Matic staking development neared completion during this month, as well.

June
Band Protocol Partnership, Tracking

June was highlighted by a partnership with Band Protocol for native mobile $BAND staking. Native MakerDAO track and manage support for newly added collateral types 0x ($ZRX) and Kyber Network ($KNC) was also added into Frontier.

July
Celo Alliance, Kava Staking, $FRONT

Frontier officially joined the Celo Alliance as a Growth partner, with plans to integrate Celo Blockchain into our applications with full support for cUSD and CELO. We also released $BNB staking and $USDX minting via Kava. Finally, we teased $FRONT token.

Q3 2020
$FRONT, More App Development

Major milestones to release include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • $FRONT TGE
  • Frontier Progressive Web App
  • Fiat Onramp into Frontier
  • Frontier for macOS
  • Frontier Incentivization Protocol

Q4 2020
DeFi Tax Module, Under-The-Hood

Q4 development will be dedicated to many under-the-hood improvements:

  • DeFi Tax Module
  • Frontier Smart Wallet
  • Frontier Gasless Relayer
  • Unifront: Data to Enrich Your DeFi Apps
  • Unifront SDK for Developers

Q1 2021
Release Frontier Chain Testnet

We expect to release Frontier Chain testnet during Q1 of 2021, which is our most important milestone to kick off what we believe will be a big year for Frontier:

  • Frontier Chain Testnet
  • Frontier Chain Mobile Support
  • Frontier Chain SDK

Q2 2021
Frontier Chain Mainnet

Along with major protocol, wallet, and platform integrations into our existing suite of products, our primary focus during the second quarter of 2021 will be releasing Frontier Chain mainnet, which will put is in a fantastic position to release decentralized key management and governance.

Q3 2021
Decentralized Key Management

One of the greatest barriers of entry to DeFi participants and crypto participants in general is the fear of losing backup keys and seed phrases. We will release a Decentralized Key Management protocol that solves the issue of fear of loss of funds as well as nonrecoverable funds.

Q4 2021
Frontier Chain Governance

On-chain governance for Frontier will be dictated by stakeholders. There will be no unfair advantage given to the ecosystem, reserve, team, or other token allocations that were neither acquired from the secondary market or through Seed, Private, and Public $FRONT rounds. Metrics for gFRONT will be determined as we observe $FRONT holding patterns during the year.

Summary
DeFi & CeFi Cooperation

The primary thesis under which we have been operating at Frontier since early 2019 is that DeFi will never again be an edge case. All data indicates more participation happening within the ecosystem. Our vision of the greatest Onramp, DeFi to CeFi, CeFi to DeFi, and Offramp flows will come to fruition during 2021 and beyond.

Ravindra Kumar
CEO, Co-founder

Ravindra, formerly the CTO of InstaDApp and Woodstock, is a smart contract developer, Android developer, and computing polyglot. He is an early adopter of Ethereum development with rich technical knowledge of its core codebase, cryptography, and form verification. Ravindra has 9+ years of dev and worked on 50+ mobile applications, including Fueled.com, Care.com, and Cleartrip.com.

Vetrichelvan Jeyapalpandy
CTO, Co-founder

Vetrichelvan has 13 years of experience in software development and has an interest in exploring and learning new technologies. He has worked on various projects in marketplace and transportation and has a keen eye for design. He has been developing in the blockchain & DeFi space for 2+ years.

Palash Jain
CMO, Co-founder

Palash oversees all aspects of Frontierʼs marketing, community, PR, and brand awareness. He has 3+ years of experience in the blockchain space and has worked with several projects on the marketing front, including IOST, BitMax, Matic, and Lambda.

Philip Arthur Moore
COO, Head of Research & Development

Philip facilitates the growth of Frontier through integration and decentralized protocol discovery, QA, and industry research. He has seventeen+ years of experience in software development, founding startups, and team leadership at various companies, including Automattic, Inc. and WordPress.com.

Dhawal Shah
CBDO, Head of Business Development

Dhawal establishes and executes Frontierʼs Business Development strategy that includes blockchains, protocols and wallets. He has 14+ years of experience in franchising, international business development, and investment banking.

Pawan Kumar
Head of Mobile Engineering

Pawan is a Google Developer Expert for technologies like Flutter, Firebase & Web. He also runs a tech youtube channel named MTECHVIRAL. His focus is on instilling and driving software engineering standards and best practices with the mobile and cross-functional teams to deliver high-quality releases in a fast-paced environment and maximize engineering excellence and developer productivity.

Sankalp Agrawal
Head of Design

Sankalp champions our customersʼ needs through thoughtful and easy to use design at Frontier. Along with that, Sankalp is always up for front-end web code to ship things faster. He has more than 5 years of experience where he has worked with known companies in the FinTech, transportation and e-commerce space.

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