HodlDoge posted on June 07, 2019 04:29:23
Ravencoin is a digital peer to peer network that aims to implement a use case specific blockchain, designed to efficiently handle one specific function: the transfer of assets from one party to another. Built on a fork of the Bitcoin code, Ravencoin was launched January 3rd, 2018, and is a truly open source project (no ICO or masternodes). It focuses on building a useful technology, with a strong and
Crypto Bear posted on June 11, 2019 22:34:41
Probably not a scam in my opinion. They even have physical meetups for the project. It is supposed to be a blockchain that can issue asset tokens, based on Bitcoin code. They aim to be ASIC resistant though. Listed on larger exchanges as well. It does seem that in the last few months not much has happened on Github, eventhough prior to that, a lot of activity can be noticed (the lack of recent contributions
Name.elsewhere posted on December 06, 2019 17:43:31
RVN is one of a handful of truly decentralized censorship resistant chains, and the only one with digital assets at the protocol level. The developers and community have carried the project for two years with no marketing or premine because the use case is compelling.
Fez posted on December 06, 2019 19:37:33
Ravencoin is a fork of the Bitcoin code. In forking the code the developers of RVN made four key changes;
1. Coin supply has been increased from 21mil to 21 Billion total supply.
2. Block Time has been reduced to 1 minute
3. Block reward has been increased to 5,000 RVN
4. Mining algorithm is X16R
The X16R algorithm:
The X16R algorithm was designed
stormjib posted on December 30, 2019 19:44:14
Ravencoin had a reasonably fair start/launch. It is a GPU mined POW code fork of Bitcoin that seeks to be a platform for the creation and exchange of digital assets with IPFS integration. It is developing restricted assets which will allow for US legally compliant tokens to optionally be issued. It seems to achieve its roadmap goals, and will ultimately have token voting and other features integrated.
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