Tokens: What they are and how they’re used

You may have heard cryptocurrencies referred to as a coin or token. While these terms are often used interchangeably, they shouldn’t be. The distinction between coins and tokens depends on various factors, such as the way the asset is used. Coins are often defined as “native” to the given blockchain environment, meaning they are part […]

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HELO™ Transaction Fees 

THE HELO BLOCKCHAIN ELIMINATES TRANSACTION FEES AND IMPROVES SPEED   In most blockchains, every time a user transfers funds, creates an NFT (Non-Fungible Token), engages with a smart contract, or performs a function that involves the blockchain, there is a cost. Transaction fees reward network validators for securing and operating the blockchain which made the transaction […]

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Redefining Speed in Blockchain

THE HELO BLOCKCHAIN REVOLUTIONIZES DIGITAL PAYMENTS BY OFFERING THE FASTEST BLOCKCHAIN TO DATE, OPTIMIZING SPEED WITHOUT COMPROMISING SECURITY OR DECENTRALIZATION. The HELO™ blockchain is incredibly efficient and scalable, achieving transaction speeds that have never been seen with blockchain technology. Proof of Ethic™, HELO™ blockchain’s groundbreaking patent pending consensus algorithm, allows for the fastest transaction speeds […]

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What is a private blockchain?

Depending on an organization’s needs, a public blockchain may not be the right solution for them. If authority and speed are top priorities, a private blockchain may be the better route.  Private blockchains have rules and regulations on who can see and write on the chain, and nodes are typically invite-only. It operates as a […]

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What is a public blockchain?

What do you think of when you think of a blockchain? Unfortunately, many people struggle to grasp what a blockchain is because blockchain is a relatively intangible concept. It is equivalent to asking someone what they think of the internet in the 80s. Without tangible applications, blockchain can be challenging to conceptualize. One nuance to […]

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HELO™ Blockchain: Mission and Vision  

The HELO™ blockchain is an enterprise solution and peer-to-peer payment platform utilizing cutting-edge blockchain technology to increase operational efficiency and reduce running costs. HELO™ allows anyone from independent vendors to multinational corporations to harness the potential of blockchain.  The blockchain and crypto landscape is rapidly changing. For example, Ethereum is currently preparing to switch from […]

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Peer to Peer Accessibility

HELO™ brings a user-friendly blockchain solution for the everyday user The HELO™ Blockchain is accessible and easy to use, offering efficient infrastructure to maximize user experience. Seamless internetwork communication makes this possible. The simplest way to use HELO™ is within the official mobile or desktop app, where anyone can be a node.  Existing blockchain opportunities  […]

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An Intro to Proof of Ethic™ (PoE™)

Blockchain networks rely on consensus algorithms to secure and validate their networks. Bitcoin and Ethereum, among other protocols, often experience network congestion, spikes in fees, and halts due to inadequacies with their forms of consensus. Proof of Ethic™ was developed to solve these problems and provide a virtually unlimited scalability solution.   Proof of Ethic™ is […]

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The History of Digital Currencies

WHAT PREFACED CRYPTOCURRENCY AND THE APPLICATION OF BLOCKCHAIN TECHNOLOGY Before 1977, computers were nearly off-limits to all except companies or those with wealth. Then, a great innovation happened and the first personal computer came along. By the mid-1980s, the world entered the computer age where computers became mainstream. A certain momentum rose within the computer […]

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Cardano and Proof of Stake

A consensus mechanism is a technique for ensuring the security of a distributed database and verifying entries. Proof-of-Stake (PoS) is one of the most popular consensus algorithms used by blockchain and cryptocurrency projects to secure their networks. Proof-of-Stake differs from Proof-of-Work in several ways, allowing for faster speeds and more efficient energy usage by changing […]

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