It’s always a bit of risk to name yourself “professional” or “transparent” when it comes to Cryptocurrency. Using both terms in the same sentence to introduce your coin to the public is a very bold move. Can DigiByte deliver on it’s promise? Judge for yourselves….
DigiByte addresses several of the weaknesses found in both Bitcoin and Litecoin. Granted, both coins have their strong sides, and also some flaws that can a lot of people, including ourselves, Mostly the transaction speed and the volatile prices are a pain in the rear.
“There is no reason why we can’t have as many Cryptocurrencies as there are banks out there”, according to DigiByte. Whether or not we really need that many, remains to be seen. But there are plenty of coins who offer unique features, and a bit more harmony among enthusiasts and developers wouldn’t hurt either, if you ask us.
Here are some quotes from the official Digibyte thread on BitcoinTalk :
– “DigiByte is Blazing fast! Much faster than Bitcoin & Litecoin, fast enough to buy coffee at Starbucks in a few seconds!”
– “With 21 billion coins, Digibyte will become primarily a worldwide currency traded for goods & services and not a volatile speculative commodity like Bitcoin.”
– “You store data in megabytes & gigabytes. Why not store money with DigiBytes?”
It’s mostly that last statement that got our attention. Admittedly, we are tech-savvy people, and DigiByte has a nice ring to it. We can easily associate it with the financial side of data. The challenge will be to make everybody else think like that too.