BOScoin (BOS) is a self-evolving cryptocurrency platform designed for smart contracts, also known as Trust Contracts, that was created by BlockchainOS inc.. Boscoin has a decision making body, called the Congress Network, that ensures productivity and democracy in a decentralized system.
Modified Federated Byzantine Agreement (mBFA)
The BOS platform achieves consensus through a mechanism they've called modified Federated Byzantine Agreement (mBFA), which is a combination of the Stellar Consensus Protocol (SCP), Federated Byzantine Agreement (FBA), Proof of Stake (PoS) and a Dynamic Quorum.
Initial coin offering
From May 8, 2017 to June 18, 2017 BOScoin held their initial coin offering (ICO) selling approximately $17.92 million worth of their BOScoin (BOS) cryptocurrency.
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BOScoin: Self-Evolving Cryptocurrency Platform
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