Build up impressive applications in Web 3.0
easy to develop and quick to deploy portal builder
web 3.0 app in
1 week with no code
Our mission is to run over 1 000 000 portals
on web 3.0
by 2023
supported by DEIP official protocol
more than 300 layouts
Casimir is making a huge leap forward. It saves months in development of any kind of portal, whether it is an NFT marketplace or a fundraising platform.

Casimir allows anyone to implement their project with minimal effort and time spent on interaction with developers. This new tool can save you up to 200 hours.
Use the modular framework to build portals without limitations: bring any ideas and projects to life in a blink by combining modules with a simple interface and choosing the desired options.
Casimir is an open-source modular framework to build portals for DEIP Network
More than 300 layouts by use case
Launch web 3.0 projects faster using presets with no code by a few clicks to empower your business for the most common web 3.0 use cases.
It’s real to deploy a web 3.0 project for 1 week
Casimir is the right fit for any business challenge. Our toolbox helps to reduce development time by up to 12 times, so businesses and creators can deploy Web 3.0 projects in just a week.
Flexible customization
Set up portal design in branding styles, create themes or use the design material library for advanced features.
Interconnection system
Casimir portals will be able to share data and provide access to users in the DEIP network
made on Casimir
Technology transfer
Human capital investment
The technology transfer portal is a free, open-source platform for technology commercialization. Tech transfer industy organizations list technologies in an open network, providing others with the chance to license or invest in those.
Vedai is a platform that enables anyone to invest in coding-bootcamp income share agreement (ISA) programs and receive a share of the bootcamp profits in ISA returns.
NineTales
Vedai is an investment platform that enables anyone to invest in coding-bootcamp income share agreement (ISA) programs and receive a share of the bootcamp profits in ISA returns.
Casimir is supported by Creator Economy Protocol
Web 3.0, application-specific protocol for intangible assets and derivatives. The protocol enables the discovery, evaluation, licensing, and exchange of intangible assets.

The protocol is specifically designed for:
Tokenization of intangible assets into fractional NFTs
Governance via decentralized autonomous organizations
Liquidity through DeFi instruments and derivatives
core protocol
Put your portals to good use for your business.
Get inspired
Casimir helps to build up a marketplace for user-owned digital goods, which include collectables, digital art, and other assets backed by a blockchain.
Create a platofrm with the opportunity to recieve funding for future works or crowdfunding based on a research idea.
NFT-gallery
Fundrasing platforms
Daniel Visser
Projects manager in Pixels
The principal element of Suprematism in painting, as in architecture, is its liberation from all social or materialist tendencies. Through Suprematism, art comes into its pure and unpolluted form. I think if you do something and it turns out pretty good, then you should go do something else wonderful, not dwell on it for too long.
Synthia Smyth
Editor-in-chief at Pixels
We were just building stuff 'cause we thought it was cool. I do remember having these specific conversations with my friends where we thought, you know, someone is gonna build this. Someone is gonna build something that makes it so that people can stay connected with their friends and their family. The product helped us to develop new directions in or brand strategy, to attract new customers and buyers. We started 3 years ago and got the top in Business One rating system. A great honour! Let us be honest, we could try to get same result attracting third-party specialists, but we had best luck to be in a boat with Elestory team!
Agatha Morris
Sales manager La Playa Store
Elestory is a big team of professionals and very responsible people. We started working with Elestory 3 years ago, and every year their business program becomes better. They maintain their best level.
The following key principles allowed Casimir to be flexible
Code composition
Data composition
Casimir's key pieces—modules, services, blocks—are implemented as individual Node.js packages with external dependencies. So, as with a constructor, you first take pieces to build details and then build functional blocks from them—all to create a portal fast.
Instead of the static data model, Casimir offers the flexibility of dynamic data structures. An entity, such as a project, user, or user group has a minimal set of default characteristics expressed as its parameters. You can add any characteristics on top of that to create custom entities fitting your business goals. And you always have easy access to all your data structures from the admin panel in your portal.
Entity composition
Casimir allows you to aggregate multiple entities into composite ones, which is useful when creating custom scenarios.
Abstraction
Independent of the Casimir base modules and entities, you can abstract away your idea into something completely different and tailored specifically to your goals. That's what makes Casimir so good for the creator economy, where you can create and lead any custom project for science research, new tech, music, film script, and more.
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Low code
Our goal is to let you build a portal with as little coding knowledge as possible. This is why Casimir features low-code and no-code modes.

Currently Casimir offers only the low-code mode while we're finishing the no-code one.


In low code, all you need to build a portal is to list Casimir's Node.js packages in the main.js file, which contains the portal logic, and create simple components that use the packages and their methods. Basically, you reuse our code without having to write the frontend or backend logic yourself if you don't want to.
No code
Coming soon
Join external Casimir development team and become a major part of the transition to Web 3.0.
Low code
Our goal is to let you build a portal with as little coding knowledge as possible. To do that, Casimir features low-code and no-code modes.

Currently Casimir offers only the low-code mode while we're finishing the no-code one.


In low code, all you need to build a portal is to list Casimir's Node.js packages in the main.js file, which contains the portal logic, and create simple components that use the packages and their methods. Basically, you reuse our code without having to write the frontend or backend logic yourself if you don't want to.
Now code
Coming soon
Join external Casimir development team and become a major part of the transition to Web 3.0.
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