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Hello. 👋🏻 In this post, we will tell you about PYRK Tokens and future plans for their development.submitted by VS_community to pyrk [link] [comments]
💡 Crypto coins halving is an event when the reward for mining new blocks is halved. When this happens, miners begin to receive 50% less for transaction processing. Usually, halving occurs approximately once every 200,000 blocks, for Bitcoin it is approximately every four years. It is planned to carry out halving until the maximum volume is reached.
❗️ The PYRK system uses quite a different approach to limiting mining inflation. So-called halving will occur every 200,000 units, and supply will be reduced by 20%.
❗️ Other cryptocurrencies usually implement a 50% halving. We, however, decided to reduce it to 20% to reduce the initial shock impact of a halving event.
✅ Total supply of PYRK coins becomes logarithmic due to the halving nature. And, thus, a maximum total supply will be approximately 100 Million Pyrk. According to our calculations, approximately 50% of the maximum supply will be mined in the first 3 years.
✅ The PYRK team also plans an improvement - Simple Tokens. The idea is something similar to the SLP (Simple Ledger Protocol) used by Bitcoin Cash and ERC Tokens used by Ethererum. Our protocol is easier to create and use than both.
✅ One of the issues with using the Bitcoin Cash system is that the functionality of Tokens are not built into the core client, therefore to use or integrate tokens requires additional programming libraries. Second, while the BCH chain is strong, is it also slow, with a block average of 10 minutes. This is fine for large transactions, but if you want to send transactions quickly this becomes an issue. The Pyrk blockchain has an average block time of 90 seconds. Last, the transaction fees on the BCH network will be higher in USD value than a similar transaction on the Pyrk blockchain.
✅ Ethereum ERC-20 tokens are also a popular choice, however these tokens require programming a contract using the Solidity language of Ethereum. If you don’t program your contract correctly, you could end up having big problems later on. Pyrk has taken out all the guess work in creating tokens and offers two of the most popular token types. Fungible tokens, which are tokens that are replaceable with each other and have equal value. These are the same as ERC-20. The other type is Non-Fungible tokens, in which each token is unique. Each of these token types has their own use case depending on the users needs.
✅ The Pyrk token system will be built into the core RPC functionality of the Pyrk software client. Anybody who has the Pyrk wallet can create, send, and receive tokens in seconds. This makes integration with exchanges easier as well.
Read more about PYRK Token ar https://www.pyrk.org/Pyrk-Whitepaper.pdf
And check our website for more information: https://www.pyrk.org
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