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the Finad blockchain is a distributed public ledger. A ledger is traditionally a document such as a spreadsheet in which accounts are kept of economic transactions, including credits, debits, and balances. They are generally used to keep track of an individual's or organization's financial standing or other recordable data such as assets, liabilities, income, expenses and capital.


Since a blockchain protocol runs on code, security providers do not have to manually validate transactions and blocks, which means the consensus and verification process of the public ledger is completely automated.


For the first time in history, the blockchain can provide a network that is transparent, verifiable and one that can be trusted by all parties as it is impartial by its very nature.

Censorship Resistant

Censorship resistance is another quality of the blockchain. Banks and payment processors are centralized entities that have the power to interfere with transactions of their users and freeze funds...


The blockchain is immutable, meaning that recorded data is permanent and cannot be tampered with. Data is therefore locked into the blockchain forever
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 The key innovation of FTC is its invention of proof-of-stake and proof-of-work.

Proof-of-work blockchains are secured by proving the consumption of a costly limited resource: electricity. Proof-of-stake replaces this expensive security protocol by utilizing an alternative scarce resource: time.

Mining Blocks

Mining Blocks

The specific validators who are responsible for producing new blocks in FTC are called miners. The block production process itself is called mining. In order for a miner to add their newly created block as the next link in the blockchain, they are first required to solve a difficult math problem. The problem itself involves making lots of random guesses in order to find a solution that matches.
Hashing Algorithms

Hashing Algorithms

The hashing algorithm is very important to the mining process, and not just for verifying whether the problem has been solved. When a hashing algorithm is fed data as input, the algorithm converts that data into an output in the form of a small string of numbers and letters. This output data is called a hash. A hashing algorithm only works in one direction, which means the hash that is produced from the input data will always result in the same string of numbers and letters as the output.
Block Rewards

Block Rewards

The process of mining blocks is expensive because of the use of electricity to power the computers that do the hashing. To make up for this cost, every time a miner solves a problem, that miner receives a block reward in the form of new FTC. These coins are automatically generated by the network with every new block that is produced. This is how new FTC is introduced into the supply and distributed over time.
The Cost of Lying

The Cost of Lying

The purpose of requiring miners to solve problems is to make it difficult and costly for miners to lie. A rejected block means the miner will forfeit their block reward and lose money on the electricity they used to mine that block. Bad behavior is punished, resulting in miners having a financial incentive to tell the truth and play by the rules.
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Rather than developing these additional improved features and technologies directly into the blockchain protocol itself, instead they are built as separate layers that exist on top of the base layer blockchain. In the long run, this modularity will make Finad (FTC) more secure and easier for developers to build upon.

The Finad (FTC Team) development team believes in modularity. This means that Finad as the base layer should remain fairly unchanging. New protocol developments are debated at length by team members and are slow to be implemented in order to prevent fatal issues from occurring. New protocols and functionality such as tokens, smart contracts and high speed low cost transaction processing can then be added as independent layers.

Rather than developing these additional improved features and technologies directly into the blockchain protocol itself, instead they are built as separate layers that exist on top of the base layer blockchain. In the long run, this modularity will make Finad more secure and easier for developers to build upon.

This slow changing, ultra secure base layer blockchain is the ultimate foundation upon which any number of additional layers can be built. Anyone is free to build anything on top of Finad that is as risky or complex as they can conceive. And if their conception is flawed, Finad does not need to fall with it. The failure of any layers on top of Finad will have no impact on the base layer blockchain.
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We will shortly be announcing plans for future projects and team expansion. At that time we will call on our community to support us in our development plans and this page will be a place where we can acknowledge the contribution of our community members.

MoonWord language may be developed to write and execute codes on the blockchain.
The primary purpose is to maximize decentralization in order to preserve a trustless network that can be relied upon now and in the future to secure all different types of value. The efficient and sustainable proof-of-stake, PoW technology provided by Finad offers developers a solid and decentralized foundation to build upon.
Efficient & Sustainable
Proof-of-stake in Finad is efficient because network security is not dependent on wasting massive amounts of electrical energy. Instead minters invest in coins and time in order to emulate the proof-of-work process
Global Security
As a direct consequence of a resource efficient consensus mechanism, the number of people capable of participating in creating blocks and securing the network is much expanded. Security providers are no longer drawn to geographical locations with cheap electricity.
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