FlutterCoin may be a coin with the tried and true algorithm of scrypt, but it's definitely anything but ordinary.
This is a community driven triple hybrid coin and the very first to offer a highly secure network through: Proof of Work (Mining), Proof of Stake (Investing), and it's own highly innovative Proof of Transaction (Using).
In the new generation of decentralization and open source, we learn from the success and mistakes of our past along with those of our fellow crypto communities to evolve into a new breed of currency.
We were once a mere caterpillar. We've entered our caccoon. Now it's time to spread our wings and fly!
To get started on FLT, you will need a client to access the network. There's a FlutterCoin wallet for everyone. Setting up a wallet can take less than a minute and is completely FREE.
FlutterCoin can be easily purchased and sold on exchanges using all types of currencies. Find the one that's right for you and get coins in minutes. It can be identified on exchanges under currency symbol FLT.
With Proof of Stake, you can earn up to 5% interest on your investment simply by switching your wallet to staking mode. Coin price growth is not included in the income.
One of the descendants of Bitcoin, FlutterCoin sets itself apart as the first crypto-currency to provide transactions as a proof of participation.
FlutterCoin adds an additional layer of blockchain and transactional security by allowing participants to prove they were involved in a transaction.
FlutterCoin network has been designed to be excellent for quick money transfers. You do not need slow and expensive banks anymore.
FlutterCoin is ruled by its network of users and cannot be altered by governments, financial institutions or any single entity, unlike fiat currencies.
Like darker themes? How about a space background? FlutterCoin gives you a personal look with everything from traditional gray to patterns or customized themes.
Proof-of-Stake approach not only dramatically reduces carbon footprint but also dramatically lowers electricity consumption making it environmentally friendly.
A proof-of-work (PoW) system (or protocol, or function) is an economic measure to deter denial of service attacks and other service abuses such as spam on a network by requiring some work from the service requester, usually meaning processing time by a computer.
A proof-of-stake (PoS) is a type of algorithm by which a cryptocurrency blockchain network aims to achieve distributed consensus. In PoS-based cryptocurrencies the creator of the next block is chosen via various combinations of random selection and wealth or age.
A proof-of-transaction (PoT) is a dual system of verifying transaction size and order to eliminate attacks which target transactions, while also being a way of verifying transaction ownership.
Hard fork to reduce the interest rate and bring inflation down, moving from dynamic to 5% PoS of block reward.
Bug fixes with a few enhancements and incorporating new features like MasterNodes.
To be announced.
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While Satoshi Nakamoto originally envisioned a currency everyone could participate in and be rewarded, powerful hashing-farms have muscled out even the most determined hobbyists – forcing them to mine more profitable altcoins.
While “Proof of Work” rewards computing power, and “Proof of Stake” rewards interest based on a user's holdings, “Proof of Transaction” introduces the possibility of rewards based on completing a transaction – creating an inherent pressure to transact in coins implementing Proof of Transaction.
With no maximum number of coins, thanks to an ever increasing supply of FLT, Proof of transaction should allow for a teeming economy where money is always circulating. This solves a problem that many fiat currency competitors are struggling with, and which many have worried could effect Bitcoin in the future.
There is however a steadily decreasing random block reward, so inflation shouldn't be a problem, as the rate at which the supply of FLT increases will slow as the coin becomes more established.
Block Explorer - The block explorer provides a convenient way to search for transactions, blocks, and address balances without downloading any software.
Web Wallet - Alternatively you could use a web wallet where the information necessary to spend your coins are stored on the internet with a third party.
Faucet - This tool allows you to claim your free coins! All you have to do is enter your address and solve the captcha.
Richest Addresses - FlutterCoin Richlist contains information about the largest FlutterCoin wallets.
GitHub - GitHub is the place where all the magic is made.