BiblePay is a secure deflationary blockchain developed to benefit those in distress. 10% of the emission of the blockchain goes directly to sponsoring Orphans, with provable contributions, contributed to an organization that is more than 75% efficient.
The altcoin BiblePay is not a PoS (Proof-of-Stake) coin. It’s not a PoW (Proof-of-Work) coin. But what is it? It’s PoB (Proof-of-Biblehash).
This snipplet from the project website www.biblepay.org describes what Proof-of-Biblehash is:
Proof of Work has been replaced with Proof Of Biblehash (POB) – an algorithm that compensates full nodes participation, while preventing GPUs and ASIC by requiring full blockchain transaction referencing in the hashing function, along with chained bible verses. This means biblepay subsidizes full nodes that stay online.
Also worth mentioning is the fact that premine, dev fund, airdrop etc. on BiblePay (BBP) is 0%!
NO PREMINE – the lead dev starts with zero, the orphan foundation fund starts with zero, the distribution is entirely fair. NO ICO. The distribution curve is evenly declining with no hidden bumps early.
There you have it. Start mining today, on your desktop computer. It’s easy to get up and running. Follow on and check out this post to learn how to start mining BiblePay (BBP).
BiblePay is currently (Nov 2nd 2017) traded at C-CEX in the following pairs:
MasterNodes.online is a masternode comparison platform currently monitoring 39 different coins. The site is a great tool for planning masternode investments, as you get a clear overview of how the coins are performing.
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If you’re into masternode investments, you should drop by MasterNodes.online and take a look. The site opened in June 2017 and the devs are happy to get recommendations on how to make the service even better.
Keeping up with Exodus releases is a full time job. The popular wallet client is released on a fixed schedule every 14 days adding new tokens, fixing bugs but also removing assets. The popular Dogecoin is no longer supported by Exodus and likely never will be again. Over the past weeks a lot of new assets have been added and Exodus now – with version 1.37.1 – support:
Aragon – ANT
Augur – REP
BAT – BAT
Bitcoin – BTC
Bitcoin Cash – BCH
Civic – CVC
Dash – DASH
Decreed – DCR
DistrictOx – DNT
EOS – EOS
ETH Classic – ETC
Ethereum – ETH
FunFair – FUN
Gnosis – GNO
Golem – GNT
Litecoin – LTC
OmiseGo – OMG
SALT – SALT
That’s a lot! As always, Exodus looks good, performs well and gets a warm recommendation! Exodus is available for Windows, Mac and Linux. Go get it at exodus.io!
Coinbase adds Litecoin as third currency to their trading platform. Coinbase users can now buy and sell Bitcoin (BTC), Ethereum (ETH) and Litecoin (LTC) on coinbase.com or using the Coinbase mobile app, paying with credit/debit card or PayPal.
We are pleased to announce that Coinbase is adding support for Litecoin. Customers can now easily buy, sell, send, and store Litecoin via the Coinbase website or mobile apps. This is part of our shift to supporting more types of digital assets over the coming year.