WAVES

Date:2022-03-25 20:35:15

(WAVES) Introduction

waves abbreviation:WAVES

Release date : 31/05/2016
  • Project basic information


Issue Time:2016-05-31

Total Supply:106.185.220

Circulation :106.185.220

White paper:https://wavesenterprise.com/we-whitepaper-en.pdf

Website:https://waves.tech/waves-protocol

Block Explorer:https://wavesexplorer.com/


  •  Project Introduction

The Waves blockchain is designed to enable users to create and launch custom crypto tokens. Waves allows for the creation and trade of crypto tokens without the need for extensive smart contract programming. Rather, tokens can be created and managed via scripts that run in user accounts on the Waves blockchain. The idea is that the development of new tokens (and the applications that govern them) should not substantially differ from launching a traditional web application. Toward this goal, programs and applications run as attachments to these transactions, and new assets are given a unique identifier. Scripts can only be attached at the creation of the asset.These assets are designed to trade within the Waves ecosystem, which includes its own built-in decentralized exchange (Waves.Exchange), made to facilitate trade between tokens created on the Waves blockchain with other WAVES tokens. In 2018, the Waves team added smart contract functionality to the Waves MainNet, enabling third-parties to build decentralized applications (dapps). Further, in 2019, the team behind the platform began to market Waves Enterprise, a version of the network designed for institutions. For more regular updates from the Waves team, you can bookmark the Waves Medium blog, which includes tips and tutorials on the network and its evolving technology.

Specification

Frontend Title:Waves Symbol:waves English abbreviation:WAVES
Developers: Alexander Ivanov The core algorithm:SHA256 Release date:31/05/2016
Block speed: Circulating Supply:106.185.220 Stock:106.185.220
Proof way:https://bscscan.com/token/0xa34116130a6c351d82bff7 Difficulty adjustment: Block Bonus::
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