Modular Protocol for Programmable Workflows

Configure and condition smart contracts in low-code interfaces with programmable workflows.

Create your own workflows with inverter contracts

Empower your smart contract creation with Inverter. Our user-friendly interface allows you to effortlessly customize and configure workflows.

Explore our extensive library of native and partner modules to create tailored solutions that perfectly fit to your business needs and product use cases.

Empower your organization with our modular, customizable, interoperable technology stack.

Our architecture allows seamless integration of existing DeFi protocols, cross-chain solutions, oracle services, and identity certification systems.


Q2 2023

Validation of technical solution

SDK V01 and Arhcitetcure Release

Control room interface release

Microservice APIs

Q3 2023
Q4 2023

Control room simulations release

V2 Whitepaper release

V.2 SDK release

Q1 2024

Multi language support

No code deployment

Token launch

Module signalling and marketplace

L3 scaling

Q2, 2023

Inverter Protocol v.1 SDK release

Q3, 2023

Beta launch of client portal for enterprise & integration partners

Q4, 2023

Inverter Protocol v.2 SDK release

Q1, 2024

Beta launch of inverter GPT smart contract portal

Q2, 2024

GPT user journey smart contract and module generation engine

Q3, 2024

Inverter Protocol v.2 multichain support upgrade

Q4, 2024

Multi-language support testing for rust and wasm



Quick Summary of Inverter: The Modular Protocol for Programmable Workflows

Inverter Protocol offers a modular infrastructure for programmable smart contract workflows. Its Open Library of Smart Contract Modules enables plug-and-play functionality, allowing applications to easily implement tailored solutions. The Orchestrator Contract assembles modules, facilitating complex interactions and adaptability. With Inverter, builders can efficiently manage tasks, milestones, payments, and more. Simplifying mechanism design and reducing iteration costs, Inverter empowers innovation.

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What is the Inverter Protocol?

Inverter is the modular protocol for programmable workflows.
Inverter offers an open library of modules with tested and audited contract functionalities that can be customized and composed into automated workflows with minimal effort.

What is an Inverter Orchestrator Contract?

Inverter Orchestrator Contracts are the base contracts that encapsulate the main conditional resource allocation logic of the workflow and communicate to the modules. They are deployed individually for each workflow instance.

How does the Inverter Protocol work?

Inverter’s architecture design enables any web3 technology to be integrated into its Module Library. The protocol offers plug-in and plug-out smart contract capabilities with one-click implementation through low-code interfaces. It simplifies the process of building a blockchain-based project by providing recommended smart contract modules, integrating and customizing existing functionality, and enabling interoperability with other web3 technologies.

What is Inverter trying to solve?

Inverter Protocol is trying to solve the challenges faced by developers and businesses when building and customizing smart contract functionality. These challenges include the high costs and technical barriers associated with building and integrating smart contract modules, as well as the difficulty of adapting to evolving use cases. Inverter Protocol provides a solution that allows developers to easily build, customize, and condition smart contract functionality, and deploy their customized protocol seamlessly. By doing so, Inverter Protocol aims to make smart contract development more accessible, efficient, and adaptable while easing the transition from web2 to web3.

Which blockchain is Inverter deployed on?

Ethereum and Optimism

How can I start using Inverter?

To start using Inverter, you can fill out the Typeform on our website to request an early access. Once you receive your early access link, the Inverter team will reach out to you to help you get started with the platform.

Why should I build with Inverter Modules?

Using Inverter, instead of investing in creating monolithic contracts to manage complex interactions and changes, applications can simply assemble workflows by configuring modules and significantly reduce the costs of making any changes or adding extra capabilities to a workflow, or creating new ones.
By leveraging an Open-Library of Modules, the following benefits can be realized:
Reusability: Existing, audited modules can be used to build new contracts, reducing development risks and increasing reliability.
Plug-and-Play: Modules can be easily added, removed, or replaced without affecting the entire system, reducing development time and effort.
Upgradability: Modules can be improved or updated independently without disrupting the base contract or other modules, enabling continuous innovation and adaptability.

Do I have to pay to use Inverter?

Currently, the Inverter Protocol is available for free for all users. However, once the protocol reaches a certain level of adoption, there will be a minor deployment cost associated with integrating the protocol into your project to reward the module developers. Additionally, Inverter offers a monthly subscription pricing model for their Protocol-as-a-Service offering. However, the cost of the subscription is still being determined and will be communicated to users in the future. Overall, Inverter aims to provide a cost-effective solution for developers looking to build Web3 projects, and they are committed to keeping their pricing competitive and transparent.

Are the smart contracts audited?

Yes our smart contracts are audited and every new module we develop also will be audited before going live.

Does Inverter charge any fees as the protocol layer?

No, Inverter doesn’t charge any fees as the protocol layer.