KRNC's New "Digital Dollar" Has Attracted Funding From National Science Foundation

KRNC's New "Digital Dollar" Has Attracted Funding From National Science Foundation

By Crypto Alphabet | Alphabet News | 12 Jun 2020

KRNC, a new "digital dollar" cryptocurrency, is under development.

The cryptocurrency will be built on a blockchain, just like Bitcoin:

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It also combines features of a few other stablecoin projects. Like Tether, it is backed by actual fiat money or U.S. dollars.

However, KRNC is not backed by a large financial firm's central reserves. Instead, it is backed by individual user funds, similar to how Maker's Dai stablecoin is backed by individual Ethereum users.

The project's tagline is "You already own KRNC. You just have to claim it." KRNC users simply demonstrate that they own the money that they say that they do, typically by linking a bank account balance on the KRNC website.

Users do not buy KRNC; linking a balance issues new tokens. The total supply of KRNC will be frozen as soon as the project launches. This system is called "proof-of-balance."

Reports today indicate that the project will receive $225,000 in grant money from the National Science Foundation.

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