Has XTRABYTES Already Rendered The Top Cryptocurrencies Obsolete?
XTRABYTES is a project that most people have never heard of, yet it has the potential to render all of the top cryptocurrencies obsolete. XTRABYTES is a completely decentralized, secure platform that has real world use, as it is scalable, with a transaction volume capacity that is head and shoulders above other crypto platforms.
The XTRABYTES platform is designed to be built upon through D-Apps that can be written in nearly any programming language. From the X-CHANGE, a decentralized cryptocurrency trading platform (DEX), to the X-VAULT, a secure, encrypted data storage, XTRABYTES offers it all.
[box type=”note”]It should be noted that XTRABYTES is NOT an ICO, but a community coin with a brand new blockchain solution and novel consensus algorithm.[/box]
Since most people in the cryptocurrency space have not heard of XTRABYTES yet, this project is highly undervalued. With its grand vision, XTRABYTES is focused on solving all of the most pressing issues in the cryptocurrency world.
Anyone looking for a more detailed overview can go directly to the XTRABYTES website and read more.
XTRABYTES – Decentralize The World
[box]With modern day Bitcoin mining monopolized by the few that can support the hardware and electrical costs, it is becoming more and more centralized, alarmingly increasing the possibility of a 51% attack.[/box]
[box type=”alert”]This catastrophic scenario, while unlikely, has the potential to completely unravel Bitcoin.[/box]
[box type=”info”]In addition, Bitcoin mining and PoW cryptocurrencies in general consume a great deal of energy.[/box]
In response, the main developer of XTRABYTES, Zoltan Szabo, has created a unique, revolutionary blockchain solution known as the Proof of Signature (PoSign) consensus algorithm. In addition to being eco-friendly, the core protocol is based on an initial 512 decentralized STATIC nodes (which will slowly expand to an even more decentralized 3,584 STATIC node network) that solves the 51% attack dilemma.
For more detailed information on the project as a whole, please read the Bitcointalk Announcement.