There's something missing in the blockchain industry...

The blockchain ecosystem has lagged behind traditional finance in terms of user-friendly features. Here is why:
Cryptocurrency transactions, otherwise known as 'on-chain' transactions, are transfers of value that occur on a blockchain. They are time-stamped, signed, and verified, theoretically/ideally in real-time (although it usually takes longer for verification to take place). This system of value transfer is the basis of cryptocurrency, and has many benefits - chiefly that transactions are immutable and can be carried out pseudonymously. The weakness of this system of value transfer is that a full financial ecosystem requires interactions more complex than simple transactions.
This is where smart contracts come in. They are code-based sets of rules that govern interactions between two parties. They can be complex enough to form marketplaces of their own - for example, DEXs are run on smart contracts. The beauty of the smart contract is that they cannot be cheated, and enable more complex interactions than simple transactions. The weakness of the smart contract is that once completed, their rules are set in stone. They can’t be altered, and the development, audit and maintenance of a smart contract takes months and tens of thousands of dollars.
For example, creating a new limit order feature could cost a DEX anywhere between $150,000 and $250,000. Larger protocols (e.g. Uniswap) can handle such costs, but there are hundreds of projects that are eager to add and integrate new features yet lack the capital.
With smart contracts, what you see is what you get.

Kirobo's solution

Kirobo has identified this weakness - namely that possible actions can only be created at the protocol level. We have created a system that decentralizes control to the transaction level.
We achieve this by enabling users to easily add automated commands to smart contracts. These commands are called ‘future conditional transactions’ (FCTs), and they are created through a no-code interface, instantly, and at a negligible cost when compared to the cost of smart contract development.
If you’ve got a great idea, now you can easily build the command needed to automate responses to make this happen. You can combine commands too, and if a protocol isn't yet integrated into our system, you can use our API to integrate it.
It's not just Kirobo users who benefit from this. Users of any protocol in the blockchain ecosystem can use Kirobo FCTs to expand their offerings, again without having to pay an arm and a leg to develop a new smart contract.