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July 23, 2018, 08:25:44 AM
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Hi everybody! I want to fork a codebase of an existing blockchain and start a new chain and a new coin, but I don't know which codebase to choose. I started with the idea of forking XVG code, because I like private and public transactions but then since I want a PoS or a consensus or anyway not a PoW coin, and I’d prefer not to create a token (but is still an option), I don’t want to fork XVG codebase anymore and I’m now looking for some other codebase to fork.
So trimming down my few requisites are:
-no PoW
-support for fast transactions
-support for a lot of transactions per second 1000+
The point is having 100% of the coins premined and just distributed among some bots that will always trade them between each other for determined reasons.
I was thinking that for new block generation I have two options:
- each new block gives 100% of the new coins to one predetermined address and if it’s a PoS coin its splits the transaction fee between coin holders
- Each block doesn’t create any new coin but it contains only transaction fee
- the transaction fee will be a fixed a 10% on each transaction and not linked to the weight of the transaction data.
Ofc i need to modify the blockchain to make it work exactly as i want, but i want to start from something that doesn’t require me too much work
Any suggestion on which one should I use?
Thanks for your help!

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July 23, 2018, 09:10:59 AM
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You should definitely look at EOS.io.
It was designed to support thousands of transactions per second and it uses a DPoS (Delegated Proof-of-Stake) algorithm.
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July 24, 2018, 12:09:47 AM
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Transaction fee of 10% fixed is a bit steep in this case. Don't you think so?  Grin
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July 25, 2018, 12:51:43 PM
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Look into other private and fast transaction coins to fork .
EOS is a good suggestion as stated above.
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