|CryptoCoin.com: Zetacoin (ZET)
Zetacoin (ZET) is a decentralised open-source cryptocurrency forked from Bitcoin in 2013. Zetacoin is similar to Bitcoin, but it uses newer technologies to improve the transfer speed; zetacoins are usually received within 30 seconds, making them ideal for swift, smaller, day-to-day transactions. The second important difference is that Zetacoin is inflationary. The initial supply of 160 million zetacoins are supplemented with a further 1 million coins per year, making up for lost coins and sustaining the increasing demand for the coin. Zetacoin was not pre-mined at launch and is therefore considered as a "fair-mined" cryptocurrency. Original announcement.
|Zetacoin (ZET) Blockchain Statistics, updated 8 minutes ago |
|Block Height * ||9,863,136 ||Difficulty * ||133,235 ||Total Supply (ZET) ||169,134,082 |
. *"Block Height" refers to the total number of completed blocks in the blockchain, while "Difficulty" represents the number of attempts required to find the correct solution and to complete a block of transactions.
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