Token Count
1 BZRX = $0.062

bZx Makes Decentralized Exchanges Practical

Decentralized exchanges need functionalities like margin lending and clearinghouses. bZx makes these possible through trustless smart contracts.

Why Is Decentralized Margin Trading Better?


Whether you’re a lender or borrower, you stay in control of your keys. Never worry about exchanges getting hacked or stealing your funds.


Make money with the assets you already hold in your wallet without giving up control of them. Interest rates on margin loans are often much higher than traditional loans while being far safer.


Traders on centralized exchanges pay higher interest rates to compensate lenders for the risk of the exchange getting hacked. Decentralized margin lending makes trading more affordable.

bZx Solves Decentralized Exchange Liquidity

Decentralized exchanges have two big issues: low liquidity and large spreads. Low liquidity means that there is a low volume of buyers and sellers. This can result in worse prices or difficulties filling large orders. Large spreads are caused by large gaps between bids and asks. This imposes large costs for entering and exiting positions. bZx bridges centralized and decentralized liquidity pools using tokenized margin loans. With bZx’s Universal Liquidity, you get access to the entire margin lending market. This means less slippage and tighter spreads.

Safer, More Stable Margin Lending

bZx pools loans together in a decentralized clearinghouse. Lenders can lend to a whole pool of people, averaging risk across many borrowers, allowing for a more predictable income stream. All bZx loans are insured with the bZx guarantee fund.

Decentralized Margin Trading Powered by bZx

The BZRX token is used by relays to collect trading fees. Token holders decide how to upgrade the bZx protocol.

How bZx Works

Long Positions

Taking a long position involves a simple swapping of one asset for another. For example, you could swap DAI for ETH because you think ETH will go up in value faster than DAI.

Short Positions

Taking a short position is more complicated. A short position is betting that something will go down over time. Short positions require escrow, leverage, and margin calls.

Leveraged Positions

Leveraged positions use the same mechanics as short positions, but with leveraged positions you’re able to borrow more than you have. For example, you could go 100x long on Ethereum.



Founder and CEO

Tom has spent over 15 years developing and leading teams. He was Lead Developer at HERE, a multi-billion dollar consortium of German car companies (BMW, Audi, Daimler) specializing in GPS technology, before co-founding bZx. Tom graduated from Georgia Tech with a degree in Computer Engineering before later receiving his MBA. He built the bZx protocol from the ground up in Solidity in addition to co-authoring the whitepaper.


CVO and Operations Lead

Kyle is the lead author and architect of the whitepaper. MSc in Computational and Molecular Biology. PhD track dropout. Microeconomics nerd. He has been following blockchain with an academic interest since 2011 and has been critical to the inception and execution of the project. He directs his strengths in analysis and synthesis toward decentralized system design.


Senior Blockchain Engineer

Experienced senior Software Engineer with a demonstrated history of working in the computer software industry. Skilled in Blockchain, Ethereum, C/C++ and Linux. Aliaksei specializes in full-stack DApps development with a higher expertise on smart contracts development, maintenance, performance optimization and auditing. Lately, he's been working on security audits, sidechain networks (parity based), atomic swaps development, ICO/TGE/Crowdsales/Airdrops and protocol development. He has deep knowledge on several Token standards such as ERC20 and ERC721. He is passionate about speaking at conferences about Tokens and Solidity development.


DApp Full-Stack Engineer

Alex is an accomplished software engineer with 10+ years in building web applications and an extensive experience in leading development teams. As a Team Lead, he can boast of strong expertise in all the facets of project implementation—from establishing communication with the customer to testing and post-production support. Besides development, Alex is efficient in formalizing and distributing tasks, always aware of the strengths and weaknesses of each team member. He is passionate about blockchain technologies and applying best practices in both, software development and agile project management.


Project Manager

Manuel is Technical Lead at Protofire, a blockchain development firm that provides Project Management services. Manuel works alongside Tom Bean to develop the product and manage the bZx development team. Manuel has spent the last 15+ years working at the intersection of business and software innovation. He has seen how the latter can change the way existing and completely new organizations behave and create value. Manuel is responsible for helping token-based startups with protocol and smart contract engineering.


  • August 2017

    Tom Bean and Kyle J Kistner conceive bZx after several months of brainstorming and exploratory efforts. Whitepaper development begins.

  • September 2017

    First Github commit in the protocol contracts code repository.

  • January 2018

    bZx sponsors ETHDenver, attracting initial attention. bZx officially announces. “Welcome to bZx” published on Medium.

  • February 2018

    bZx officially releases the whitepaper after five months of concurrent coding development.

  • April 2018

    bZx protocol debuts its fully functional smart contracts onto the Ropsten Testnet.

    bZx portal and bZx.js library initial release.

  • May 2018

    Security audits begin on the bZx protocol contracts.

  • June 2018

    bZx launches full website. Closed beta mainnet release of the bZx protocol.

  • July 2018

    Mainnet release of bZx open to the public.

White Paper

Investment Info
Accepting ETH
Token Info
Country USA
Hardcap 36,500,000 USD
Token BZRX
Platform Ethereum
Type ERC20
Token Price 1 BZRX = $0.062
Token Count 1,000,000,000
Pre-Sale Start Date 2018-May-01
Pre-Sale End Date 2018-August-14
Crowd Sale Start Date 2018-August-31
Crowd Sale End Date 2018-September-07

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