The problem identified by Kyber Network is typical for the crypto community: different platforms and ecosystems allow their users to swap tokens, use tokens as payments etc. But the usage of the cryptocurrencies is only allowed within the (often quite narrow) scope of the currencies allowed by the ecosystem or platform. What Kyber Network aims to do, therefore, is to create an amazingly user-friendly liquidity application, so that sellers on any decentralized platform could accept payments in any number of different tokens. Those tokens would be swapped in real time by the Kyber Network, and the seller would receive their payment in the token of their choice, regardless of the payment option chosen by the buyer. In the same way, it would allow projects to accept users who don’t use the project’s native cryptocurrency, because while the customer pays with the chosen token, the project would receive the currency they prefer just in turn. Absolutely any platform and application could use this protocol, the transactions would be simple, fast, and easily integrated.