Blockchain is the backbone of Bitcoin and most other digital currencies.Ultimately, an openly visible general ledger, which transparently documentsall transactions made. This general ledger is not stored centrally, but is storedand updated on many different computers - the so-called “Nodes”. Thedecentralized storage and mining process (Note: the mining does not have tooccur with every Blockchain) ensures that a Blockchain does not have to bemanaged by a central authority.The Blockchain can be imagined as a chain of blocks in which transactiondata is linked with each other. The transactions are grouped into blocks,validated, and added to the previous chain in a process called “Proof-ofWork.”
The Proof-of-Work approach requires the solving of arithmetic problems,which can only be done by frequent testing. This ensures that sufficient workis invested in the calculation and hedging of transactions. The Proof-of-Workapproach is extremely energy-intensive, raising both high electricity andhardware costs, making the attempt of fraud useless.In addition to the Proof-of-Work approach, there are other procedures, suchas the Proof-of-Stake approach, in which the proportions (Tokens or Coins)are of a decisive nature rather than the computer capacities.
- With Lyves the buyer have possibility save 50% of the
transaction fees if he/she submits a review (min. 50 words to max.
300) after a successful purchase. The refunded money is part of the
transaction fee, which is double the usual amount. If no review is
written after a purchase, these 50% of the fees will not be
refunded, but stored in a pot provided by Lyves. On the first of
each month the savings will be paid out to all Token holders and
sellers who have already attained various awards.
- “Feedback-Function”. Every buyer has the opportunity to write a
review about the completed purchase. The buyer is rewarded with a
credit note for each review written for a completed transaction.
Thanks to Blockchain, the reviews are stored dezentralised and in
an unalterable way. The more positive feedback a seller has, the
higher the “Trust Flow”.
- Trust Flow. The higher the trust flow, the more trustworthy a
seller is. Sellers have the opportunity to receive awards by
collecting particularly positive feedback. The higher the markup
level, the higher the cashback.
March 20 - March 27, 2018
April 1 - May 1, 2018
May 5-10, 2018
May - June 2018
June - July 2018
Q3 - Q4 2018
Q4 2019 - Q1 2020
Attention. There is a risk that unverified members are not actually members of the team
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