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September 27, 2017, 08:13:57 AM
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this graph here (v.1.01)
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Have you ever thought, "Why do we have to limit the number of units in cryptocurrency?"
This is my first thought. Algorihm's details are tested graphically and tell you how good it is.

Algorihm testing will determine. The greatest number of tokens in cryptocurrency
There are requirements based on the level of Algorihm testing as set by the programmer.

If cryptocurrency Developed on the test line. It can pass

But if it can not cross the wall. cryptocurrency Will be devalued and left 0 in the end.

And when all tests are completed, the lock will be locked to the diff lock to force the software or hardware development to be very effective or to increase the volume. Show the popularity of the token.

And that is the balance. The number of tokens in the system is unlimited.

What can help us?
1. make the ICO fraudulent
2. All surviving tokens are standard and more effective.
3. Make up the number of tokens available in the market as much as bubble soap. Because bad tokens are degraded. (Bubble soap dot com)

What do you think of my thoughts?

Come talk to me at https://www.facebook.com/ShareyourcryptocurrencyIdea/
I wanna give The community I created Offers ideas and debates about The pros and cons of each concept and improvement. If this topic is already available please tell me.  Smiley
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