The ANN is not super clear. From what I understand, the supposed key features are:
- Immunity to 51% attack
- "protection against hoarding" ??? (someone please explain this)
- A built-in messaging system
Can someone explain/elaborate?
So whats different
eMunie has similarities to current crypto-currencies by way of a public ledger, blocks and transactions. These however, are where the similarities end and innovation for a better system comes into action.
The network is composed of clients, seeders and hatchers, the functions of which will be explained in this announcement. Any node can take task in one, or any combination of these roles dependent on the users wishes.
The network is resiliant to any type of "51%" attack, as the models required to perform such an attack are not present.
Currency generation within the network is a collaborative effort, and created currency is distributed according to a set of requirements. This distribution should help to ward against hoarding, which can further lead to volatility of the currency.
The network performs extensive verification of itself, more so than the BitCoin algorithms, to ensure that all participants are honest nodes and for additional security overall.
A secure, anonymous peer 2 peer messaging system is built into the network, allowing secure, untraceable communications between 2 or more parties.