Even as the calendar turns to August, there has been no shortage of exciting times in the altcoin world. While the news hasn’t been all good – several high-profile alt scams have rocked the community in recent weeks – there’s no denying that the community is still filled with enthusiasm.
To get just a taste of what’s been happening – and what’s to come – keep on reading!
Developer Bohan Huang on the future of uro
Yet a relatively recent entry into this increasingly crowded space brings several unusual characteristics to the table, as well as some downright bizarre branding.
Robotsexnickels (sign: RSN), which officially launched on 19th July, offers a 600-year-long mining schedule – yes, 600 years – and a month-to-month reward structure that fluctuates throughout the year.
“Robotsexnickels is a secure anonymous cryptocurrency with a primary purpose of providing slick lubrication for frisky robot jiggy-jiggy. There is a 1% premine to cover bounties and web hosting costs. No humans.”
For its out-of-the-ordinary approach to the mining lifetime length, RSN has won this week’s Strange Alt of the Week award.
With an exact mining schedule of 603 years, the network will produce approximately 3.8 million robotsexnickels. According to the developer, “this roller-coaster shape is designed to discourage miners from dropping in and out short term and reward the smart bots who stick around.”
It’s unclear how long the coin will last with this kind of schedule, but in the words of one community member, the premine alone is worth six years of mining.
RSN is said to offer TOR implementation for anonymous transactions, and according to the developer, a “Robot Sex Nickel Slot Machine” is currently in development.
Disclaimer: This article should not be viewed as an endorsement. Please do your own extensive research before you consider investing in the altcoin space.
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- ^ Uro Foundation (www.facebook.com)
- ^ Immortals Minerals Invitational (www.immortalsesports.com)
- ^ betting platform (bet.minerals.pro)
- ^ As explained (bitcointalk.org)
- ^ Bitcoin Talk (bitcointalk.org)
- ^ Starcraft II image (www2.pcmag.com)
- ^ [email protected] (www.cloudflare.com)
- ^ All Things Alt (www.coindesk.com)
- ^ altcoin (www.coindesk.com)