Place/Date: - May 21st, 2018 at 10:53 pm UTC · 2 min read
The most significant difference is that Zixx allocates a huge percentage (80%) of its rewards to masternode holders. This strategy aims to avoid the volatility often created by other distribution models. Zixx is now trading on the popular cryptocurrency exchange, CryptoBridge. For more, join the Zixx community at zixx.chat.
Zixx runs dedicated charity nodes to raise funds for worthy causes. Any member of the community can propose a registered charity to receive funding. Each quarter, the masternode holders vote on how to allocate the charity fund. CEO, Gerry explained:
“We live to give, and our ethos is to leave things better than we found them. We aim to operate a self-sustaining fund, starting with four nodes.”
With Zixx, anybody can run a masternode. A ‘one-click’ feature creates a masternode on your Windows machine in no time. With your Zixx Wallet, you can control the distribution of incoming funds. With shared nodes, you could split the funds based on pre-defined ratios to multiple users.
If you run several nodes, you could have all the rewards sent to one address. Feeling generous? You could assign a percentage of your regular rewards to charity.
The masternode community knows that Zixx is one to watch. At every pre-sale opportunity, there have been buyers keen to purchase. Pre-sale nodes sold for as much as 3 BTC each (approx. $30,000 in Dec 2017). The team behind this digital currency has taken the time to do things right – from tech to timing.
At the end of May, the final pre-sale Zixx masternode goes to auction. All the funds raised from this sale go to a single registered charity. Masternode holders will vote to decide on the charity. For the opportunity to own a Zixx node and learn more about the auction, join the Discord community at zixx.chat.