Exploring Comtech Gold Integration

Greetings, community!

I’m excited to share an intriguing opportunity to expand our ecosystem and enhance our derivatives platform. As you know, MetalSwap is committed to providing a seamless and accessible platform for hedging digital assets focusing RWA. In line with this vision, we’re exploring the potential integration of the Comtech Gold token (CGO), which represents one gram of gold.

Comtech Gold, a pioneer in tokenized gold, has established a strong presence on the XDC network. While MetalSwap’s smart contracts are not currently deployed on XDC, the recent connections made at ETHDubai have opened up promising avenues for collaboration.

Integrating CGO into our platform would bring several benefits to our community:

  • Expanded Investment Options: CGO integration would provide our users with access to a new gold derivative, diversifying their investment options and hedging strategies.
  • Enhanced Market Reach: By incorporating CGO, we would tap into the XDC network’s growing user base, expanding our market reach and attracting new participants.
  • Cross-Chain Collaboration: This integration would pave the way for cross-chain compatibility, enabling seamless interactions between MetalSwap and the XDC ecosystem.

As we delve further into this potential partnership, we’ll carefully evaluate the technical feasibility and explore the most effective integration approach. We remain committed to prioritizing the security and integrity of our platform while pursuing opportunities that align with our community’s goals.

We encourage you to share your thoughts and suggestions in the comments section below. Your feedback is valuable in shaping the future of MetalSwap.

Thank you for your continued support and engagement!

Together, we’re building the future of DeFi.


I think that a potential integration of the Comtech Gold Token (CGO) is very interesting and could also represent a strategic move given the network’s focus on Real-World Assets (RWA) which are at the heart of MetalSwap. In addition to the benefits this integration could bring at the user level, considering that XDC is still a “relatively small network”, a possible collaboration or implementation of MetalSwap’s hedging contracts on XDC could provide us with a significant presence, leveraging our unique hedging tools in a new and growing environment.

Moreover, I believe that a partnership could greatly increase our visibility, particularly by capitalizing on one of the most resonant trends in the DeFi sector—the use of RWAs. This aligns perfectly with the current market needs and the direction in which the digital asset world is moving, potentially expanding our impact and reach within the DeFi ecosystem.

In conclusion, I would like to emphasize the importance of events like ETH Dubai, which offer unique opportunities for protocols like ours. These events, in addition to being great opportunities for networking and strengthening contacts, are also crucial venues for showcasing and validating our innovations, in one of the largest and most influential arenas in the industry. With that said, I WANT TO THANK the entire team for their commitment and effort in bringing MetalSwap to what is probably one of the biggest events in the industry. This represents a hugely important added value!!

Thank you for your ongoing commitment and continuous energy!!

Let’s ride together into the future of DeFi!!


Hello everyone.

This discussion is very interesting and definitely an opportunity that should be considered.

Personally, I was not aware of XDC before this possible integration with MetalSwap and I have yet to learn much about it.

However, what emerges from a very superficial analysis of XDC is that:

  • it is a small blockchain
  • it is a blockchain centered around the idea of RWAs
  • it is a blockchain growing in terms of TVL (source: DeFiLlama)

As @PierFox mentioned earlier, introducing MetalSwap’s hedging contracts into this chain when there are still no real competitors in the derivatives space could immediately put us in a very interesting spotlight within this ecosystem.

The opportunity is great, but there are also risks, of course. The biggest is obviously that XDC may never see growth that can bring it to a minimum user base and that in general, this chain may not be adopted by users.

At the moment, this is therefore a risk—a very interesting one, but also with its potential dangers

Personally, I will explore this chain in more detail over the next few weeks and I will share with our community the final report of my research regarding XDC.

If anyone in the community has a deep knowledge of this chain, please share it with everyone.

Thank you and see you soon.


Hello, community!

The integration of Comtech Gold token (CGO) into MetalSwap is indeed a fascinating proposition. As we delve deeper into this possibility, a technical question arises: Have you considered any specific challenges or technical requirements that may arise from integrating CGO, particularly regarding smart contract compatibility and interoperability with the XDC network?

Looking forward to your insights on this matter.

Best regards



Thanks for your question.
My idea is to test the MetalSwap hedging contracts on an XDC testnet.
This could be the first step.
By deploying a tailored solution specifically designed for CGO on the XDC testnet, we can effectively evaluate the technical feasibility and identify any potential challenges before, eventually, implementing it on the mainnet.

This testnet deployment will allow us to:

  • Verify Smart Contract Compatibility: Testing on the XDC testnet will help us ensure that Metalswap’s smart contracts can interact seamlessly with CGO on the XDC network.
  • Optimize Interoperability: The testnet environment provides a safe space to experiment and optimize communication between MetalSwap and the XDC network for smooth CGO integration.
  • Identify and Address Security Concerns: Deploying on a testnet allows for rigorous security testing to identify and address any vulnerabilities before real user funds are involved.

Do you have any thoughts or suggestions regarding the specific functionalities we should test within the tailored solution on the XDC testnet?

Thanks again for your valuable contribution!

Best regards,


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I believe that the opportunity to release our product in the XDC network ecosystem is strategic for several reasons:

  • It could increase our contacts with potential business users of the commodity-side tool
  • Help the ecosystem address some issues related to the compliance of these companies’ operations

For these reasons, working in this direction seems to me to be an excellent investment

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