PulseChain Is A Hard Fork Of Ethereum!
PulseChain is a new blockchain to be launched in the first quarter of 2022. It is a hard fork of the Ethereum blockchain.
This means that on the day that PulseChain mainnet will be launched, instead of it being an empty blockchain, it will contain all the data from Ethereum (tokens, NFTs, smart contracts, addresses, transaction history & states).
This will be the biggest airdrop to ever occur since the genesis of blockchain technology.
What is PulseChain?
Enter PulseChain! The new, fast, environmentally friendly blockchain.
Designed for the future needs of the crypto industry it takes all of the shortcomings of Ethereum and improves them. PulseChain is a Complete Fork of the Ethereum Network. Meaning every coin, wallet ever existed on Ethereum, will be copied and available on PulseChain with one exception. Every ETH token will be converted to PLS on a 1:1 basis. The total supply of PLS will be about 1,000,000 greater than ETH to allow for a robust environment.
The main differences are speed, cost, Deflation, and efficiency of the network.. Capable of hundreds of transactions per second vastly our paces Ethereum’s 13. Follow along to learn how this is possible.PulseChain replaces a PoW model with a DPoS or “Delegated Proof of Stake” protocol.
Removing the need for expensive computing power of PoW while maintaining a high level of security. It also replaces Miners with Validators to secure the Network.
The native ETH token will become PLS on the PulseChain network. The PLS supply will be inflated by at least 10,000x upon forking, with the extra supply being distributed to the users that sacrificed during the PulseChain sacrifice phase.
PLS will be used just as ETH is used on the Ethereum network for transaction fees, as well as for delegating stake to network validators.