Xyxyx Launchpad introduces an AI-powered tokenization tool for deploying text-based smart contracts. Tokens issued by text-based contracts deployed from the Xyxyx Launchpad are fully blockchain-based, generated and stored on-chain — having zero dependencies on off-chain hosting (e.g., IPFS).

Xyxyx Launchpad's models (1x1 and A4) provide flexibility in managing contract parameters, which allows customization to suit specific needs, ranging from unique, indivisible items to widely distributable assets with varying levels of granularity.

The smart contracts deployed from the Xyxyx Launchpad are built upon the ERC-404 standard, meaning that tokens issued by these contracts are both ERC-20 and ERC-721 compliant.

Intended Use Cases

Xyxyx Launchpad is intended for commercial and research use. Text-based smart contracts are intended to be used on occasions that require blockchain-based proof-of-ownership-and-provenance tokens, on which readable, immutable, and permanent text-based content fosters adherence to stringent provenance standards.

Desktop only

Please note that the Xyxyx Launchpad is primarily a tool for developers. As such, it was designed with desktop usage in mind. The launchpad must be used through a standard Linux/Window/MacOS desktop or laptop compute with a Chromium based browser such as Opera, Google Chrome, or Microsoft Edge.

Key concepts

Text-Based Smart Contracts

Xyxyx Launchpad introduces an AI-powered tool for the deployment of text-based smart contracts on Ethereum. By enabling the creation of on-chain text-based certificates & documents to substantiate tamper-proof ownership claims, Xyxyx Launchpad provides a fully blockchain-based tokenization infrastructure grounded on adherence to stringent provenance standards.

End-to-End Blockchain-Based Infrastructure

Xyxyx Launchpad provides an end-to-end blockchain-based infrastructure for on-chain tokenization: from certificates (1x1 model) to documents (A4 model). Note that (1) we define ‘‘end-to-end blockchain-based infrastructure’’ as a tokenization infrastructure that, through composability of ‘‘first-level’’ and ‘‘second-level’’ tokenization infrastructures, has not a single point of failure, i.e., zero off-chain dependencies, running fully on-chain; (2) we define ‘‘first-level’’ tokenization infrastructure as what is in direct interaction with the beholder; and (3) we define ‘‘second-level’’ tokenization infrastructure as what underlies the ‘‘first-level’’ infrastructure. Example: first-level = tokenized RWAs (e.g., share certificates); second-level = first-level-related tokenized documents (e.g., contract terms).


Every token generated by a smart contract deployed from the Xyxyx Launchpad is an encoded Base64 string that is fully generated and stored (or ''inscribed'') on-chain. In turn, each Base64 string generates an SVG file as human-readable data. The SVG file is immutable and permanent as its respective encoded Base64 string (or ''inscription'').

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