What Is Peony (PNY)?
Agriculture is an essential part of all of our lives. Unfortunately, the price pressure and highly competitive nature of discounters force farmers to focus on profit maximization, reducing animal welfare, and reducing environmental protections to a minimum. As a result, farms are becoming agricultural factories, animals are being treated as things, and the quality of the products is becoming more and more questionable. Moreover, it is becoming increasingly difficult for consumers to tell whether agricultural products are produced in an organic and animal-friendly way.
Peony This is exactly what Peony wants to change. Through the Peony Coin, consumers can get farm products directly from farmers. Call it P2P agriculture (Pasture-2-Plate). They can participate in farmland, individual animals, special agriculture services, and assets. As a result, they receive a share of the products produced (fruits, vegetables, cheese, meat, wool, etc.).
Peony In combination with affiliated coins such as UltraClear, environmentally friendly and sustainable behavior leads to products being obtained at fair prices and the production can be viewed transparently. You can be part of it from the beginning, participate in the profits of the Peony Coin, and improve your quality of life in the future with high-quality agricultural products.
Peony Storage Key Points
|Circulating Supply||180,148,272.53 PNY|
|Source Code||Click Here To View Source Code|
|Explorers||Click Here To View Explorers|
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|Whitepaper||Click Here To View|
|Official Project Website||Click Here To Visit Project Website|
Peony is a masternode coin
An interesting way to earn revenue by providing technology is by providing a Master node that runs on a proof-of-stake (PoS) base. First and foremost, a Master node, like any other full node, is a node server within a network. Full nodes are important because they process transactions and store them in the blockchain. In addition, however, a Master node operator has tasks and rights that a normal full node operator does not have. For this gets the operator higher rewards.
Peony In order to obtain the status of a Master node, the Master node operator must deposit a corresponding number of coins. For this and for the performance of the tasks and the provision of computing power and storage space, they receive rewards based on the corresponding Coins (Proof-of-Stake). However, to be a Master node operator, you first need to deposit some coins to the network as per the minimum threshold. Peony master nodes owners receive 65% of each block reward.
Implementing Grøstl Round Transformations
In this Section Peony list common techniques to efficiently implement the individual round transformations. The listed techniques can be used on various platforms using different word sizes, as well as in hardware and in software. In most cases also special optimization techniques which combine round transformations may lead to better results on some platforms (also see Sections 5, 3.2 and 3.3).
Add Round Constant
The Add Round Constant transformation consists of XORs of bytes in the state with constants. In most cases, these constants will be stored using the same data structures and ordering conventions as the state itself, in which case the XORs are simply carried out word by word. One may exploit the fact that the constants used in Q correspond to a complementary of each byte, followed by an XOR with the same constants as those used in P. Note, however, that in Q, these constants are XORed to the bottom row instead of the top row (as in P).
The Shift Bytes transformation simply moves bytes around within a row. Hence, this transformation can often be computed implicitly by simply changing the addressing of bytes. There are many ways to compute Mix Bytes and it depends on the hardware and CPU features which variant is most efficient. In the following, Peony explain the most important techniques. An implementation on a modern desktop processor might store rows of the state as a 64-bit or 128-bit word. In this case, the Shift Bytes transformation can be implemented via a simple byte shuffling instruction.