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The Loyalty Market’s New Star: Elements Cryptocurrency

by Philip P. 2 years ago in cryptocurrency

Things are becoming interesting in the world of specialized coins.

The Loyalty Market’s New Star: Elements Cryptocurrency

The Elements (ELM) is indicating a promising future in the disruption of the loyalty market, using a state of the art technology, boasting X11 Algorithms from Evan Duffield who is the Dash core developer.

The Blockchain is the backbone of any digital currency. As a result, the type of algorithm used in the process of mining is the most fundamental facet of whole process. It means that the 11 scientific hashing algorithms from the elements choice in using X11 changed hashing algorithm as its proof of work. It is closely related to the design of Bitcoins distribution procedure just in case anyone out there didn’t know.

The use of GPUs is about 30 percent less regarding wattage as well as 30 to 50 percent cooler as compared to Script; this is an additional benefit of Elements using X11’s algorithm. Besides, those that now use high-end CPUs may find they relish an average return akin to most of the GPUs.

Essentials

The element is just like what it sounds. It presents the primary proof-of-work mining model which is in all digital currency found on the market. Also, it offers free rewards centered on the number of blocks at the chain that someone can mine. Furthermore, the developers promise 50 ELM, a share of the transaction fees from each block mined, otherwise the miner might select a mixed bag. Those who may be interested in getting in on the action, join the party at the mining pool and also, join the discussion here.

Specs are as follows:

  • RPC Port: 6544, P2 Port : 6455
  • POW Coins: 1080000000 ELM
  • Algorithm: X11
  • Coin Ticker: ELM
  • POW Coins per Block: 50 ELM
  • Maturity: 12 Blocks
  • Coin Name: Elements

On crypto and blockchain in general...

One might have heard lots of hype surrounding Bitcoin and the blockchain, among many other cryptocurrencies found out there on the market, but still, do not comprehend the whole of its functioning process. Here we will dive deep into it.

Firstly, the financial institutions and the banks were created with the intention of supporting and enhancing trust among individuals or a company with an individual who desires to carry out some transaction among themselves.

As we all know, developing and maintaining trust is one of the fundamental function of the banks. Such a culture by the transacting parties has been growing for decades to meet the dynamic nature of the individuals' needs while fostering a long-term mutual relationship. As a result, the banks have become so powerful over generations that one might say they're more powerful than governments.

A prime example of that was 2007's world economic crisis which left the government of the United States so powerless and in despair, it had to bail out the banks. Mind you, these were not federal institutions, but private businesses. Did they pump billions into Motorola when it started to fall?

Not only are big banks holding the whole nation hostage, they can often get downright creepy, not to mention shady. Another reason why people support cryptocurrencies is that they are both anonymous and open source. For the people, by the people.

Big banks can create money literally out of thin air - they just add some zeroes to your bank account, and, voila, you have a hundred dollars on your name. Cryptocurrencies have a limited number of tokens, each has to be mined, with a proof of work to back it up.

Digital currency developers had tried to create another system that does not rely on any centralized “ledger,” as they call it. Nonetheless, it was not until in 2009 when the first actual operational digital currency and blockchain hit the scene. Since that time, developers around the world have been improving this disruptive technology. Luckily, the technology is picking up quite well.

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Philip P.
Philip P.
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