AURA - Cryptococcal Application Book
What is Aura?
Aura is a book of cryptococcal and general-purpose applications based on ethereum. Developers can deploy smart contracts and decentralized apps (dApps) to the Aura block. The small letter 'aura' refers to the cryptocurrency unit on a platform that can be transferred between wallets, used to pay transaction costs and profits for smart contracts.
Total number of aura?
Only 12,000,000 aura will ever be created. Aura will use Proof-of-Work mining for about 2 years (3,800,000 blocks) and then move on to the Proof-of-Stake consensus algorithm. Mining emissions levels are 3 auras per block, with 15 second blocks. This produces 11.4 million auras printed through mining. Another 600,000 are allocated in the genesis block.
Youstock is a platform under construction in Aura that enables one to create a self-represented digital asset and trade with others on a new decentralized exchange.
Different Aura with Ethereal?
Aura is a new blockchain, separate from the ethereum mainnet. However, it uses the same protocol and open source technology.
Why create a new ethereum blockade instead of using ethereum mainnet?
Primnet ethereum is rapidly becoming overcrowded and overcrowded as more companies build their projects on it. This causes transaction costs to soar and increase the number of failed transactions because everyone competes to get the transaction included in the main chain. By creating new blockchain, we do not have to compete with many other projects for blockchain space, and can keep transaction costs low and cost-effective.
To find relevant details about the current Aura project please follow the following links:
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