As there still is no worthy altcoin news as far as I can see, we might as well take a look at some new coins while we can. A few people asked to write something about Ruble, so that’s exactly what we’ll do in this article.
What is Ruble?
Ruble wants to bring the best in anonymous transaction technology together with real functions and make it easily accessible for everyone. Apparently, Ruble will be as easy to use as cash or credit cards, which is something we all want in the world of digital currency.
Ruble’s current anonymous transaction technology is very similar to coinjoin, but there are improvements ahead. According to the developers, one of the options being considered at the moment is a coinshuffle implementation.
In order to gain a bit more credibility in the world of altcoins and digital currency, several independent developers have been contacted and asked to do a Ruble code review. A full report is expected to be made public in the next few days, so we will keep an eye out for that.
On the other hand, the Ruble team is also in contact with CryptoAsian, in order to get the Proof of Developer process started as soon as possible. Once this process has been completed, the Ruble developers will provide more details about some of the upcoming features. Maybe they should get in touch with CryptoCertify to get some form of credibility? Just some food for thought!
For those of you wondering who the team behind Ruble is, its a company called Cyboticx. The company specializes in software development, UI and graphic design, and some other things. You can find out more about Cyboticx through LinkedIn..
Name : Ruble (RUBLE)
Algorithm : X15 PoW/PoS
Block time : 45 seconds
PoS interest : 9% annually (begins at block 40,000)
Minimum coin age : 1 hour
Maximum coin age ; 7 days
So far, Ruble can be traded at two exchanges : C-Cex and Coins-E
Website : http://ruble.io
Twitter : https://twitter.com/RUBLEcryptocoin