We at CryptoArticles always strive to keep you updated on as many different crypto currencies as humanly possible. With that promise in mind, I would like to take a look at HTMLCoin with you.
The HTMLCoin motto is quite impressive, as in, it’s a very strong message : “Safe, simple and cheap : no third-party seizure- no taxes – no tracking – no risk of “chargebacks” – no transaction costs”. That certainly got my attention!
Other than just aiming at individuals, HTMLCoin also wants to focus towards charities, as we have seen being done by quite a few other crypto currencies as well. There will also be giveaways towards student organizations and advocacy groups.
The plan for HTMLCoin is to release multiple Android applications in order to make the coin “mobile”, so you can take your HTMLCoins with you everywhere you go. the terminology being used is “almost omnipresent characteristics”. Impressive language!
On to some more technical info the, once you guys all recuperated from those fancy words and put your dictionaries away to look up the parts you didn’t understand! (This is meant a joke, not trying to be offensive here)
HTMLCoin is a Proof-of-Work Scrypt coin, with 100,000,000,000 total coins. Each block rewards you with 50,000 HTML, and the difficulty will change every 8 hours. However, the developer is currently working on altering the difficulty adjustment time from what I’ve heard.
Another thing to note is that HTMLCoin currently has no Mac OSX wallet available. I’m not sure whether this is still being worked on right now, but I’d assume so. You can’t aim for an audience comprised of students without supporting Mac OS X I’m afraid.
If you are interested in buying or selling HTMLCoin, you can head on over to the BleuTrade exchange (which, as of this writing, seems to be down). MintPal voting is underway as well, and you can cast your vote by clicking here.
P.S. I very rarely voice my opinion on these coins when they are freshly released, but I’m not too positive on HTMLCoin’s approach at the moment. Development seems a bit iffy, there will be way too many coins, and I’m not sure this will ever have a future. But it can all still be turned around, so I’ll hold off final judgement for a few weeks.