Candy Share Coin(BitCoin Candy)
A new and better Bitcoin Fork Coin what can get Bitcoin as candy reward for you.
Candy Share Coin(BitCoin Candy)——A new and better Bitcoin Fork Coin what can get Bitcoin as candy reward for you.
Candy Share Coin(CANDY or CANDY is for short) is the continuation of the Bitcoin project as p2p digital currency.It is a fork of the Bitcoin Core with some easonable modifications,so we also call it Bitcoin Candy.Compared to Bitcoin, Candy Share Coin(BitCoin Candy)has a larger total amount,lower fees and big block size.the Candy Share Coin(BitCoin Candy) is more suitable to be widely used by the future world as currency and easier to be obtained by block chain beginners.The future of Candy Coin （BitCandy） will be quite brilliant due to its unlimited growth, global application, community-based innovation and scattered development.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Candy Share Coin?
Candy Share Coin is peer-to-peer digital currency forked from Bitcoin and it is also named BitCoin Candy. It is fully decentralized, with no central bank and requires no trusted third parties to operate.
Is Candy Share Coin different from 'Bitcoin'?
Yes. Candy Share Coin is the continuation of the Bitcoin project as peer-to-peer digital currency. It is a fork of the Bitcoin blockchain ledger, with upgraded consensus rules that allow it to grow and scale.
If I own Bitcoin, do I automatically own Candy Share Coin too?
Anyone who held Bitcoin at the time Candy Share Coin was created became owners of Candy Share Coin. This means that Bitcoin holders as of block 504840 have the same amount of Candy Share Coin as they had Bitcoin at that time. If your Bitcoins are stored by a third party such as an exchange, then you must inquire with them about your Candy Share Coin.Any transactions after the block 504840 ledger split are completely separate between Bitcoin and Candy Share Coin. This means any Bitcoin acquired after the split does not include any Candy Share Coin, and any Candy Share Coin does not include any Bitcoin.
Why was a fork necessary to create Candy Share Coin?
The legacy Bitcoin code had a maximum limit of 1MB of data per block, or about 3 transactions per second. Although technically simple to raise this limit, the community could not reach a consensus, even after years of debate.
Was the 1 MB block size limit causing problems for Bitcoin?
Yes, in 2017, capacity hit the 'invisible wall'. Fees skyrocketed, and Bitcoin became unreliable, with some users unable to get their transactions confirmed, even after days of waiting.