HTML Coin aims to unite the best parts of Ethereum and Bitcoin into a singular blockchain technology. It forks from the Bitcoin Core 0.14 project and uses its proof-of-stake.
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Circulating Supply (65 Billion)
Total Supply (95 Billion)
Block time (120 Seconds)
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HTML Coin aims to unite the best parts of Ethereum and Bitcoin into a singular blockchain technology. It forks from the Bitcoin Core 0.14 project and uses its proof-of-stake while also being able to function with the Ethereum Virtual Machine.
- Double SHA-256
- Real Time 51 percent attack checking
- Volunteers only
Double SHA-256 is the hashing function that Bitcoin uses to create a secure blockchain and irreversible address mapping. Double SHA-256 would effectively make it much more difficult to break.
Real Time 51 percent attack checking
A 51 percent attack is the most well known attack that can happen to a blockchain. What happens is an attacker will contribute 51 percent of the hashing power, allowing them falsely information on the blockchain. Such as creating new coins or moving coins to their wallet. This has its complications when executing and the larger the targeted blockchain is, the harder and more expensive the operation becomes.
dApps, Apps written to work on a blockchain in a decentralised manner. This is a very powerful feature as HTMLcoin can build an ecosystem on its platform.
The team at HTMLcoin is run pretty much completely by volunteers who have real jobs out there and can not commit their time completely to the development of HTMLcoin. While the passion that drives the project is awesome it also is slower compared to other projects with full time teams.
HTMLcoin is nothing unique when pulled apart, HTMLcoin takes its features from Ethereum, Bitcoin Core and Quantum. When it’s put back together it resembles something quite individual. The project is worth keeping an eye on as it has an active team with passion that are doing this because it’s what they love doing.
- Double SHA-256
- Active team with passion
- Small team of volunteers
- Slower than some projects
- No backing (asset, profits, commodity)