The Merchant Protocol is the first blockchain project that introduces consumer protection concepts from the traditional card payment industry to any blockchain with support for smart contracts. The missing piece and true enabler for mainstream global mass-adoption of crypto payments from the consumers' perspective
The Merchant Protocol and Gateway (MPGW) Pre-MVP stage. Overall technical design of the MPGW and the technical design of the UI for the dispute management platform.
MPGW MVP Release with minimum functionality for purchase of a product with merchant and consumer protection with support for both Automatic Dispute Management (ADM) and Community Dispute Management (CDM).
Early Alpha version of the MPGW "Heimdall" with basic support for purchases from external wallets and an alpha version of the Merchant Wallet (MW).
Early Alpha with extended functionality in Merchant Protocol, Gateway and Merchant Wallet. Functionality to auto-swap MTO for consumer protection. Built in dispute in the Merchant Wallet.
A temporary test network (MEO) supporting an intense period of public testing ahead of launch of the first version of the Merchant mainnet: Odin. Enable community participation in testing of wallets and nodes under real-world conditions.
Release candidate of the Mainnet (MEO) and Merchant Ecosystem. Sneak preview of finished mainnet for public testing and use.
Release of the mainnet (MEO) and Merchant Ecosystem. Including release of smart contracts on the MEO chain.
Last MTO Price
100% of all transaction fees are put in a fee pool for CDM.
Fixed Token Supply
MTO has a maximum supply of 92,500,000 MTO.
MTO has a circulating supply of 56,014,998 MTO.