What is Pulsechain? – Pulsechain is a soon-to-be- released, fast, affordable and sustainable blockchain. It is a hard fork of Ethereum, which means that on day 0 of its launch, it shall contain the exact same historical data as Ethereum’s blockchain. This will be achieved by running concurrently to Ethereum and then forking off at a specified time with all Ethereum’s data to create a new chain. Its native token is Pulse (PLS), which shall be airdropped to anyone who sacrificed during the makings of the project and anyone who holds ETH in their wallet on the day Pulsechain mainnet launches.

Additionally, every Ethereum and ERC-20 tokens in your wallet will be copied over to the Pulsechain network.

What is Ethereum? – Ethereum was launched on July 30, 2015, and is the biggest programmable blockchain out there. In contrast to bitcoin, Ethereum can be used for lots of different digital assets and building decentralized applications. It is a community-built technology behind the cryptocurrency ether (ETH) and thousands of other applications you can already use today. This is currently the go-to network for any company wanting to take the safe road, because of the number of users and developers familiar with it.

What is holding Ethereum back?

  • It is expensive and slow
  • It is energy wasting (Proof-of-work)
  • It is inflationary (New coins are minted every few seconds)

Finally, one thing that marks both projects out from their competitors is the community. The mainstream adoption of Ethereum and its development is a feat of their developer-based community.

Pulsechain’s community on the other hand, is much more represented by all walks of life.

It currently has an active Telegram group of over 60,000 members, with a 24/7 live chat and call where anyone can get answers about the project.

People with different talents looking for opportunities should drop by and share their idea.

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