Platform Overview

​CryptoMarry is a Web3 platform that rediscovers how partners accumulate and manage their joint crypto assets. CryptoMarry has the following flow to create and use the Family Account:
  1. 1.
    Connect your wallet with the available balance
  2. 2.
    Send a proposal to your partner to create a Family Account
  3. 3.
    Your partner should accept the proposal
  4. 4.
    Receive native, ERC20, and NFTs to the Family Accounts address.
  5. 5.
    Manage your assets through proposals and web3 apps.
Want to create a Family Account? Check out the Getting Started guide.
You can also view a Demo account and check how the Family Account looks like. More details are here.

Deployed Contracts

CM contracts are deployed on Ethereum and Polygon Mainnets and Goerli Testnet. All contracts are verified within the Etherescan and Polygonscan, thus you can check the source code.
Addresses:
All contracts have passed security checks using static analysis tools: Slither and MythX.
The source code of the contracts and libraries is open public and available here. Once deployed in the local environment, a dev. users can run provided unit and integration tests.
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CryptoMarry Fee

To cover development and other expenses CryptoMarry has Transaction fees. These fees apply to transactions in native and ERC20 tokens. Transaction fees may vary from 0% - 1% depending on promo periods and other factors.
Transaction Fees are a part of the Family Account creating process and are explicitly indicated within the policies modal. Once the fees are set for the family account, it is immutable, with the exception when the promo periods apply and the fee changes from 0% to 1%.
Currently, CryptoMarry has a reward program for the first 100 Family Accounts with 0% of transaction fees for 360 days.
CryptoMarry provides transaction-sponsoring mechanisms for wallets that do not have sufficient balance to pay for transactions. Sponsored Transactions currently available on Polygon Mainnet and Goerli Testnets. In this mechanism, CryptoMarry pays for the transactions of the wallet with low balance, but deducts from the balance of the Family Account corresponding sums. Please note that sponsored transactions are limited to certain actions.
There can be a slight difference between how much CryptoMarry paid for transactions and the amount that was deducted from the Family Balance. The current observed difference is up to 5% and depends on the preliminary estimation of gas costs and actual gas costs that may vary. If you think that you and your family members do not need this function, make sure that the respective wallets have available balances.
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