Did anyone actually read this GAW "whitepaper"? While I have read BTC's whitepaper, I cannot pretend to understand all of it.

However GAW's seems either deliberately nonsensical, or impossible. Can anyone provide a gloss of the below passages that renders them accurate? Grammar/word-choice is minor, but the rest?

HashCoin provides a solution to this sudden block reward halving a Growth-Protection reward scheduling system derived from thermodynamic closed systems exchange of energy.

Is that supposed to mean something? Clearly a word is missing in that sentence, but so is what precisely is derived from this "thermodynamic closed system." Sure seems like gibberish.

HashCoin uses a SHA-256 Proof-of-Work hashing algorithm to protect and **progress ** the transactional nature of the coin.

Is this jargon from ICO's or something? One can understand the gist of what they meant by progress, but it smacks more of a non-native English speaker.

The formula for Bitcoin’s block rewards appears as follows:

Rh = R0 * 2 -[h/p]

h = get block height

p = designated reward halving period

R0 = first block reward of blockchain

Rh = reward for block h

[ ] = leading/trailing baseline function

HashCoin modifies this formula to provide a smoother declination process for the block rewards ensuring the mining benefits through the growth of the coin.

Rh = 4/3 ( Rh - ( Rh * h mod p / 2p )

Why would you have the variable you are solving for on both sides of the equation?

So one computes the reward for a block by already knowing the reward for the block at two other points in the calculation?

Circular reasoning doesn't work in logic, why would it suddenly work in math?

1.2 Billion HashCoins minted over the 15 year life of coin.

8% coin block established for ICO distribution.

1.2 billion x .08 = 96 million

96 million x $20= $1,920,000,000 USD valuation at launch

There are ~500,000 primes on ZenPool, so each prime will pre-mine $3,840 USD? Really? Each prime?

If they allow Zenhashlets to mine, then we get that number down to what? $2,000 USD per 1MH? Higher? (Supposedly, on HT, CEO has stated there are more Primes sold than any other product)

How is that even possible? That would require GAW to have taken each $1 everyone has ever given them, then made a 7680% return on that $1 all the while paying everyone payouts.

We know they have no VC or backing from any major corporations as they have not even gotten to that stage of the funding. I don't think GAW's supposed "30,000,000 USD" = $1,920,000,000 USD. In fact, that equals 1.56% of the amount of USD needed to actually guarantee this price.