In CASH there are two types of minting, proof-of-work (PoW) and proof-of-stake (PoS). The PoW minting rate is regulated by Moore's Law, which dictates that our ability in PoW grows exponentially. The PoS minting introduces a maximum 10% annual inflation. CASH transaction (tx) fees are destroyed to counter inflation. So overall the CASH minting design is still a very low inflation comparable to Bitcoin. Unlike Bitcoin and many other alternative coins CASH does not have a fixed coin supply cap. There is a 47,433,600 coin maximum value in the source code, but that is only used for consistency checking and is not meant to be part of the minting design.
|Price in BTC||0.00000032302724 BTC|
|Current Supply||58,405,556 CASH|
|Total Supply||47,433,600 CASH|
|24h Volume (coin)||0 CASH|
|24h Volume (currency)||$0|
|Last updated||2019-05-22 03:40:03 +01:00 BST|