POA Network Ico Review

POA Network Ico Review – Consensus by respectable individuals

About POA Network

Oracles Network is an open, public, permission blockchain based on Ethereum protocol. To reach consensus on a global state, it uses a Proof of Authority consensus algorithm. POA Network consensus is a straightforward and efficient form of Proof of Stake with known validators and governance-based penalty system. A list of validators is managed by a smart contract with governance by validators. During an initial ceremony, master of ceremony distributes keys to 12 independent validators.

They add 12 plus one more to reach initial requirements for the consensus. POA Network be validators on the network, a master of ceremony asks them to have an active notary public license within the United States. A concerned third party can cross-validate validators’ identities using open data sources and ensure that each validator is a good actor with no criminal records. In the proposed network, identity of individual validator and trust to independent and non-affiliated participants will secure the consensus.

POA Network Key Information

KeyPoints
Token NamePOA Network
Tokens for sale252,460,800
Distributed in ICO70%
Hard cap12,500,000 USD
Average price0.02 USD
CountryUSA
AcceptingETH
Token SymbolPOA
Token TypeERC20
Raised$12,500,000
PlatformEthereum
Price in ICO0.0720 USD
WhitepaperClick Here For View Whitepaper
WebsiteClick Here For Visit ICO Homepage

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POA Network Ico Review - Consensus by respectable individuals

Production asset-transfer bridges

The following bridges are fully-functional in production environments:

  • POA Bridge (POA network to Eth Mainnet):The POA Bridge was the first EVM cross-chain production bridge in existence.
  • xDai Bridge (Eth Mainnet to xDai Network): The xDai chain uses the ERC20-to-Native TokenBridge functionality to provide fast, inexpensive and stable transactions.
  • Eth Classic Bridge (Eth Classic to Eth Mainnet): The Eth Classic Bridge connects ETC to ETH, where ETC is available as WETC.

Navigating the docs

TokenBridge docs are organized in the sidebar menu:

About TokenBridge: General info and details about the implementation, including a link to the monorepo at https://github.com/poanetwork/tokenbridge

Arbitrary Message Bridge (AMB): A bridge designed for universal cross-chain data transfer. Includes parameters, how-tos and examples.

Bridge-by-bridge details: Each section includes technical and connection details as well as links to examples and use-cases.

Welcome to POA

POA Network Core is an autonomous network secured by a group of trusted validators. All validators on the network are United States notaries, and their information is publicly available. This distributed group of known validators allows the network to provide fast and inexpensive transactions. POA organization also develops products and tools to improve interoperability, infrastructure and transparency throughout the ecosystem. These include BlockScout, an open-source explorer, TokenBridge, a multi-chain asset-transfer solution. Engaging with POA Core will help you experience and create a first-class application on our platform.

Support category

Decentralized Applications (DApps) are the lifeblood of the Ethereum ecosystem. DApps are typically composed of on-chain smart contracts that process and store data paired with a front-end application for display and interaction. POA Network can take many forms including games, finance, social, bridges, voting apps – basically any application which can be configured to run in a distributed, decentralized network. Moving from paper vouchers to blockchain currencies provides the ability for neighboring communities to trade with one another using their own local currency. Blockchains enable CC transactions to maintain security and immutability, and smart contracts provide the ability for users to create on-chain currencies that can interact with one another.

NiftyWallet category

NiftyWallet is a fork of MetaMask focused on the speed and usability of real-world applications. It supports alternative chains, such as POA, xDai, Goerli. It has the support of multiple hardware wallets and smart contra. Developers choose POA Network (and the Sokol testnet and xDai Chain) to run their DApps for two primary reasons. Transactions process quickly and fees are minimal. With the TokenBridge architecture, projects can also create DApps that utilize POA-based networks for the “heavy lifting” and then leverage bridges to move assets procured on a POA-based network to the Ethereum Mainnet.

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