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True anonymity

BitToro is a cryptocurrency based on CryptoNote technology. Our goal is to give users complete anonymity while having fast transactions. It's not a simple fork of another blockchain, and it has a long and relatively flat emission curve. With its own genesis block there is no degradation of privacy due to ring CT using different participants for the same tx outputs on opposing forks. BitToro uses mixin so everyone is on the same playing field, making transactions difficult to trace.

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Flash Protocol

The BitToro developers are currently working on Flash Protocol based on service nodes to solve problems with cryptocurrency payments : Anonymous (untracable with mixins), Safe (service nodes checkpointing against 51% attacks on blockchain), Instant (transaction irreversible and confirmed immediately at service nodes) and Stable (payments' option with stable coin to reduce market voltality).

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Secure and private

CryptoNote technology is the foundation of BitToro. CryptoNote technology uses ring signatures to mix transactions within the daemon. It forms a solid and well tested basis allowing us to keep our coin profitable to every single miner by having a slowly declining block reward and an ASIC resistant algorithm.

wallets

Fast and low fee transactions.
Download The BitToro Electron Wallet

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The GUI wallet is used to securely store your BitToro, and is what you will use to check your BitToro balance and send and receive BitToro. The job of the BitToro daemon is to communicate with the network to notify you of new transactions.

Roadmap

June 2019

BitToro Launch

July 2019

Mobile wallets

August 2019

Service nodes anti 51% attacks

Q4 2019

Exchange Listings

Q1 2020

Stable coin

Q2 2020

Implementation on shops payments

Core Team

Bobbie
FOUNDER & DEVELOPER
MaayanSG
FOUNDER & DEVELOPER

Specifics

  • Halvening every year with tail emission of 30 coins
  • 60 second block time with 1500 coins at beginning
  • Cryptonight-pico algorithm
  • Anti 51% attacks
  • Instant confirmed transactions
  • Second service node data layer