PlusCoin is called the “People’s cryptocurrency” because it makes blockchain tech accessible for everyday people. Customers on the platform will have access to sales, deals, and other promotions that actually mean something to them. What’s more, the DS Plus platform will have full integration of smart-contract technology. This means that transactions on the platform will be secure and transparent at every step of way.
DS Plus is now ready to release information on the smart-contract development process for the PlusCoin project. This information can be found at https:// https://github.com/dsplus/PlusCoin/
What is a smart-contract?
A smart-contract is, essentially, a contract that is written in a computer language. When transactions are made certain protocols must be followed in order for the deal the go through. Everything is recorded on the blockchain ledger and is visible to everyone. Smart-contracts are more secure and cost-effective than traditional contracts
The PlusCoin team is ready to present the source code for their smart-contract system. This may be accessed at https://github.com/dsplus/PlusCoin
An overview of PlusCoin’s smart-contracts:
The PlusCoin platform is being developed to have two kinds of smart-contracts – a main, Ethereum-based, contract, and additional, native, contracts which provide other functionalities.
The main PlusCoin smart-contract is designed to be compatible with the Ethereum network. The team chose the Ethereum network because of the exchangeability of Ethereum-based coins. Soon, PlusCoin will be available on the various Ethereum exchanges.
This smart contract contains the SafeMath library, the standard ERC20 functions, events, variables, and constants. Also, it gives PlusCoin token holders a number of abilities: They can check their PLC balance on a specific wallet, send PLC to other wallets, deduct a certain allowance of PLC from a certain address, and to transfer funds from one person’s wallet to another.
The other smart-contracts are being developed because it was never intended for PlusCoin to be limited to the basic functionality of ERC20. These contracts will interact with, and supplement, the main smart-contract.
With these additional smart-contracts, implemented into every aspect of the PlusCoin platform, the following DS Plus features will be enhanced:
- The MarketPlace: Deals that customers make with DS Plus partner enterprises, or with DS Plus itself in their online store, will be carried out securely and transparently;
- The P2P Platform: It will be possible to verify all transactions made when PlusCoin is exchanged between token holders or when people buy PlusCoin;
- Loans on the P2P Platform: It will be easy for creditors to track, verify, and evaluate potential borrowers.
- Cryptoscoring: A rating system will be introduced based on user behavior on the platform. Borrowers who pay back their loans on time will have a higher rating, and those who do not will have a lower rating;
The publication of additional smart-contracts will not take anything away from the Ethereum-based contract, and will not lead to the release of new tokens in the place of PlusCoin.
Status report on smart-contract development:
At the moment, the DS Plus team is testing a new contract that will be used in the marketplace, and which contains cryptoscoring functionality. The Code of this contract will be published in the Github repository when it is ready.
The team is constantly discussing and conceptualizing new ideas on how to implement blockchain-technologies into the everyday peoples’ lives. These smart-contracts represent just one of the ways that PlusCoin is ahead of the crowd in cryptocurrency innovation.
For additional information on the PlusCoin project please follow these links to our official channels:
- Facebook – official group on Facebook
- Telegram – official Telegram-channel
- Pluscoin.io – official PlusCoin website
- Youtube – official Youtube channel
If you have any questions, you can contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org
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