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October 23, 2017, 07:37:41 PM
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Hi everyone, I have to present our project that is in production.

Lunes will be a financial processing platform and decentralized authenticity records using a proprietary blockchain, with the main focus being the creation and trading of tokens for startups who intend to use the power and security of blockchain technology.
Written in Scala language and 100% Proof-Of-Stake, the project is based on the NXT and Waves cryptomoeda. The total of 600 million tokens available will be distributed at the launch of ICO, without the subsequent creation of new tokens of MONDAY.

Network node LUNES
A node is a complete account in the network that contributes executing transactions or blocks on the network MONDAY.
Each node in the network has the ability to process and transmit transactions and block information. Blocks are validated as they are received from other nodes, and in cases where block validation fails, nodes enter the "Blacklist" temporarily to prevent the propagation of invalid blocks.

Blocks
As in other crypto-coins, the transaction book is constructed and stored in a series of blocks, called a blockchain. This book provides a permanent record of the transactions and also establishes the order in which they occurred. A copy of the blockchain is held on each node on the network LUNES.
Subsequent blocks are generated based on unique and almost unpredictable information from the previous block. Blocks are linked by virtue of this, creating a chain of blocks (and transactions) that can be traced back to Genesis Block.
The block generation time is 60 seconds, having capacity and 100 transactions per block. A LUNES node can generate a block based on the amount of LUNES it holds in its wallet.

Transactions
LUNES is redistributed through transaction fees that are assigned to a wallet when it successfully creates a block. This process is known as forging and is similar to the concept of "mining" employed by other crypto-coins.
Transactions are considered safe after 10 block acknowledgments. LUNES transactions will initially allow:
• decentralized token exchange
• alias creation
• authenticity registration process
• portfolio control features
Due to the types of primitive transactions, the MONDAY kernel can be seen as a protocol base upon which an unlimited range of services, applications and other currencies can be built.

Model details PoS
LUNES uses a system in which each "coin" in a wallet can be thought of as a miniscule mining equipment. The more tokens are held in the wallet, the greater the likelihood of the wallet gaining the right to generate a block. The "reward" received as a result of block generation is the sum of transaction rates located within that block.
Because MOND does not generate new tokens as a result of building blocks, LUNES redistribution occurs when block generators receive transaction fees, so the term "forge" is used instead of "mining."

Leasing
Only a complete node of LUNES can do the blocking process. These can receive more forging power from users through the Leasing process.
Leasing essentially means giving your forging power to a running node without your MONDAYS actually leaving your wallet.
This allows any user to participate in the forging process without having to run a full node.
When you create or cancel a lease, it always takes 1000 blocks so that the forging power is actually transferred, dramatically increasing the number of MOND's actively forging and strengthening the network.

Tokens
Tokens are a way for a digital currency to be created securely in the blockchain.
The purpose of the MONDES platform is that all users, regardless of previous knowledge, can issue and manage their own digital token. The cost to create a token will be very reasonable to encourage new projects to try our platform.

Decentralized Exchange
To allow the exchange of tokens by other crypto-coins, the platform will have a decentralized exchange, allowing greater flexibility for investors of the created tokens. Unlike centralized exchanges, all tokens traded on the exchange LUNES remain in the user's wallet, safely and without risk of losing tokens as occurs in hacking cases in centralized exchanges.

Other cryptomoedas
A token can also be used to bring an existing criptomoeda as an asset on LUNES. In the case of Bitcoin users can deposit and withdraw Bitcoin directly via client LUNES. Bitcoins exist in the blockchain LUNES as a token called lBTC and are 1: 1 with real Bitcoins in a multi-signature portfolio managed by a gateway.
This approach can be implemented for any crypto. Just set up a gateway, create a MONDAY token, and there will be a new digital currency on LUNES.

The portfolio LUNES
The LUNES wallet will be the official software for the platform users to store their tokens.
Not only tokens of LUNES, but of all the criptomoedas issued inside the blockchain of the platform LUNES.
Through the wallet, users create their keys and have full control of their tokens portfolio.
The wallet, different from the full node, does not require the blockchain download, thus allowing quick and easy access for any user.
As the gateways of other crypto-coins will be added to our platform, the Monday wallet will also allow you to store, send and receive other cryptos such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin and others. Means of payment in fiat currency are on the platform roadmap, and will be available in the wallet as soon as they are added.

Portfolio versions planned for the launch of ico are: applications for android and iOS systems, it is a web version.

Access our website: https://lunes.io/en and stay inside our work.
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