Latest Hathor updates on February 22nd
Hathor Network, a cryptocurrency project, has released several updates in the last few weeks. On February 21, they announced the upcoming release of dApps to their Hathor Wallet and a bug bounty announcement. On February 20, Carlos Ratto, CEO of Tokenizadora, spoke about why Hathor Network was the blockchain of choice for their project. On the same day, they released a new podcast series focusing on the testing phase of Nano Contracts. Hathor’s key features, such as scalability, feeless transactions, and easy integration, contributed to the success of Tokenizadora. On February 15, they announced that two of Brazil’s largest banks, Santander Brasil and Itaú, have adopted Hathor technology for private bonds, with a total of over 18 million dollars invested. On February 14, they held an AMA with CoinEx Portugues. On February 13, they released the quarterly report, and on February 10, they introduced Nano Contracts. On February 9, they announced the availability of Hathor’s VISA card, and on February 7, they released a podcast called Water Cooler Break. Finally, on February 2, they released an update for their Mobile Wallet, preparing it for the rollout of the new Wallet Service.
What is Hathor ?Hathor is a revolutionary blockchain technology designed to make digital assets accessible, secure and scalable. It is a technology that is built on Bitcoin’s blockchain and is designed to provide users with a decentralized and secure platform to store, transfer and create digital assets. Hathor’s technology is based on a unique architecture that combines a Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG) and a blockchain. This combination provides users with a high degree of scalability, security and flexibility when creating and transferring digital assets.
Hathor’s DAG and blockchain architecture enables users to create tokens in less than a minute, without requiring any prior knowledge of coding or blockchain technology. Tokens created on the Hathor network are known as ‘Hathors’ and are secured by a consensus mechanism which eliminates the need for any central coordinator or masternodes. This consensus mechanism also eliminates transaction fees and makes it extremely easy to send and receive tokens.
Hathor also offers users the ability to perform atomic swaps, an innovative feature that allows users to easily exchange different tokens on the same transaction. This feature eliminates the need for a third-party exchange and makes token transfers more secure and efficient. Hathor also supports the development of smart contracts, known as ‘Nano Contracts’, which can be used to connect data from the real world (oracles) in order to create complex interactions between different digital assets.
Hathor is designed to be easy-to-use and accessible to anyone. Its powerful technology makes it an ideal choice for developers, users and businesses alike. With its scalability, security and flexibility, Hathor is set to become the go-to blockchain for digital asset transactions.
This article was published on 2023-01-29 by Marc Endevor. Information shown in this article was gathered from the project’s website and Twitter account. Coinvestigate cannot guarantee the accuracy of this information, or any news that may have impacted the project in the meantime.
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Hathor is a cryptocurrency with a price of $ 0.049535 and marketcap of $ 12,131,471. Hathor’s market price has decreased -13.84% in the last 24 hours. It ranks 879 amongst all cryptocurrencies with daily volume of $ 582,192.
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