EscrowCoin was created to solve the problems which exist in today’s Escrow services around the globe, as none of them support Escrow for cryptocurrency. The system’s staking feature was designed to help resolve the problem of transaction fees when using EscrowCoin for Escrow. EscrowCoin will support Escrow services for multiple cryptocurrencies, aiming to create a service that is simple and easy for the everyday user. Masternodes will play an important role in resolving any conflict which arises in the system in a decentralized and anonymous manner; and get rewarded for the same. A complete Escrow system will be built on Blockchain Technology in the best possible decentralized manner.
POS (Proof of stake) provides protection to the EscrowCoin network from malicious attacks and provides the staking mechanism that generates revenue for EscrowCoin users.
Get paid with 50% of the block rewards to constantly increase the stability and security of the blockchain.
Provides additional privacy to users and enables lightning fast transactions.
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Schultz says "I personally believe that there is going to be a one or a few legitimate trusted digital currencies off of the blockchain technology. And that legitimacy and trust in terms of its consumer application will have to be legitimized by a brand and a brick and mortar environment, where the consumer has trust and confidence in the company that is providing the transaction."
With that said, technology is evolving at a rapid pace and 2018 will be the year that blockchain, the backbone behind cryptocurrencies, establishes itself as the fastest-growing digital technology since the evolution of the internet.
Answering demands from the private and public sectors, US government scientists have created a guide to the technology behind bitcoin and its applications for a variety of uses. Among various issues, the 59-page report explains that, “technically, Bitcoin is a fork and Bitcoin Cash is the original blockchain.”
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