EAST Blue is a platform that introduces a new programmability layer aiming to enhance scalability for consumer applications and everyday transactions, leveraging to improve efficiency and accessibility.[1][2][3]


EAST Blue is a platform that introduces a new programmability layer tailored to scale for consumer applications and daily transactions. The platform aims to enhance the efficiency and accessibility of transactions, making them more cost-effective and faster for users. EAST Blue provides a multi-VM, multi-chain solution for Bitcoin, leveraging user-friendly infrastructure.

This approach seeks to improve the usability of while catering to the needs of both consumers and developers. Through these efforts, EAST Blue aims to facilitate the mainstream adoption of and create opportunities for innovation in the sphere.[1][2][3][4][5]

Transaction Efficiency

It aims to reduce transaction costs and accelerate processing times on the network, with the goal of making transactions significantly more affordable and faster, potentially by a factor of 1000. This initiative targets the challenges posed by high fees and delayed confirmations, particularly during periods of network congestion.[1]


The platform prioritizes a user-friendly experience, aiming to simplify interactions with the ecosystem. By minimizing technical complexities commonly associated with technology, EAST Blue aims to empower users to seamlessly engage with , facilitating activities such as buying, selling, holding, and transacting. This approach aims to broaden access to among mainstream users.[1]

Economic Expansion

EAST Blue aims to expand utility beyond its role as a store of value. By enabling practical use cases for , the platform aims to tap into the potential of a 1 trillion USD economy, facilitating a broader range of everyday transactions and financial activities.[1]

Blockchain Support

The platform aims to support various virtual machines (VMs) and networks, including WebAssembly (WASM)/ Virtual Machine (EVM) and Layer 1 (L1)/Layer 2 (L2) solutions. This is intended to enable EAST Blue to accommodate diverse applications and use cases, serving as a flexible layer that integrates , oracles, and Layer 2 solutions. Ultimately, this aims to enhance the interoperability and functionality of the ecosystem.[1]


The EAST Software Development Kit (SDK) serves as a JavaScript package designed for consumer app development, aiming to simplify interactions with infrastructure. It provides features for authentication, identification, and transaction relaying, allowing developers to focus on product development. Notably, the SDK seeks to streamline user authentication, manage gas fees, and facilitate various operations like asset transfers and swaps across multiple .[2][6]

EAST Account Vault Model

The EAST Account Vault Model (AVM) is designed as a decentralized, bridgeless, and non-custodial solution to address scalability challenges in the network. Leveraging , the AVM utilizes the Account Vault Model to transfer account ownership to smart contracts, facilitating cross-chain transactions. By adopting account model and account aggregation, accounts are transformed into Account Vaults, enabling the management of assets like or within .

This approach aims to enable various applications, such as marketplaces trading Account Vaults, or launchpads launching tokens as real assets on . Additionally, can be transferred to the , allowing for trading on and interaction with other assets.[7]


EAST Blue Token ($EAST)

The $EAST token serves as the primary medium of exchange within the EAST Ecosystem, facilitating transactions and payments. Additionally, it enables participation for token holders and may be used as incentives or rewards for community contributions.[2][8][9]


  • Medium of Transactions: The $EAST token serves as a medium for value exchange and grants access to exclusive features within the EAST Ecosystem, aiming to enhance user experience and network functionality.
  • Governance: Token holders are invited to participate in decision-making processes regarding the community treasury and ecosystem development, fostering a transparent and democratic governance model.
  • Staking: By $EAST tokens, users contribute to ecosystem stability, potentially earn rewards, and gain increased influence in governance decisions, aligning with the ecosystem's principles of participation and community empowerment.[2][10][11][12]


The token allocation for EAST Blue comprises 1 billion $EAST tokens with dynamic emission based on ecosystem performance, alongside a 5-year lockup period. Tokens are distributed as follows:

  • Airdrop: 12% with no specified cliff and a 12-month lockup period.
  • Ecosystem Grants: 30% with no specified cliff and a 5-year lockup period.
  • Community Treasury: 10% until governance is online, with no specified lockup.
  • Liquidity: 5% with no specified cliff or lockup.
  • Investors: 20% with a 6-month cliff and a 3-year lockup period.
  • Foundation: 13% with a 6-month cliff and a 5-year lockup period.
  • Core Team: 10% with a 12-month cliff and a 5-year lockup period.

These allocations follow a cliff and monthly linear vesting plan. While a significant portion of tokens for community and ecosystem development is available immediately, the remainder is subject to various cliff periods to ensure alignment of interests between developers, investors, and ecosystem growth.[2][13]


The $EAST Ecosystem originated from the PARAS Community, a utility token for the Paras Ecosystem, known for its prominent role in NFT Ecosystem. While the PARAS token's focus is primarily on and has limited utility, the airdrop of $EAST tokens to $PARAS holders aims to integrate the existing PARAS community into a broader ecosystem. This involves a 12-month campaign distributing up to 10 million $EAST tokens monthly through methods prioritizing PARAS token holders.[2][14]

Dynamic Emission

The $EAST Token employs dynamic emission, adjusting based on ecosystem usage and performance. New tokens are minted at each epoch, with the quantity determined by transaction volume. 60% of minted tokens go to the Community Treasury, and 40% to Staking Rewards. This system aims to maintain economic balance, adapting to market conditions while incentivizing network participants.[2][15]

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