What is HNC COIN?
Hellenic Coin is a blockchain-based coin that is meant for Greek tourism and shipment.
HNC is designed to be a dual-purpose currency. That is, to exist as a means of payment on the one hand but also to be treated as an innovative investment solution on the other.
Also, provide a complete payment ecosystem and integrate its use into it. HNC’s Coin network consists of 10 Masternodes (each masternode requires 1M coins). Coins of all ten (10) Masternodes are locked for life b.
HNC Coin was established in 2015.
The first block was generated on Feb 8th 2015. The initial blockchain was a fork of Litecoin and after the last hard fork in July 2021 it became the fork of Dash Coin, focusing on maximizing the safety and speed of transactions.
Who are the founders of HNC Coin?
HNC Coin was founded by a team of Greek highly experienced blockchain developers.
In 2020 new developers have joined the team and it is scheduled for more entries for the next couple of years in order to develop HNC’s Coin Ecosystem.
What makes HNC Coin unique?
Unlike most digital currencies, the HNC is designed to be a dual-purpose currency. That is, to exist as a means of payment on the one hand but also to be treated as an innovative investment solution on the other. Also provide a complete payment ecosystem and integration its use into it.
After the last hard fork on 17th July 2021, all holders of that date (17th July 2021) can sell only the:
5% of their total coins for the 1rst year
10% of their total coins for the second year
15% of their total coins for the third year
25% of their total coins for the fourth year
45% of their total coins for the fifth year
Buyers after 17th July 2021, will have their HNC Coins 100% free tradeable.
Where can you buy HNC Coin?
Currently, HNC Coin is traded at:
HNC Revolution (https://hnc-revolution.com/)
How Many HNC Coins Are There In Circulation?
Coin structure is as follows:
Total supply is: 100M
Circulating supply: 93M
Locked for life to Masternodes: 10M (1m/masternode)
Tradeable coins: 83M
Coins available for mining: 7M
How is the HNC Coin Network Secured?
HNC’s Coin network consists of 10 Masternodes (each masternode requires 1M coins). Coins of all ten (10) Masternodes are locked for life from HNC’s team in order to protect the network. More Masternodes are about to be added in the near future.
A masternode has a full copy of the HNC blockchain and performs tasks such as block validation, PrivateSend and InstantSend, (PrivateSend is a function that enhances user’s privacy by obscuring the origin of funds and with InstantSend the user is able to instantly send to another wallet up to 1.000 HNC Coins).
The masternodes will receive payments for the above mentioned services