Minex Putting the Fate of its MineCoin Central Bank to a Vote

Minex Putting the Fate of its MineCoin Central Bank to a Vote

MinexSystems, the team behind MineCoin, is asking its users how the Minex Bank should operate. The company wants its community to vote on whether the MineCoin ecosystem’s central bank should be controlled algorithmically and beyond human control, or operated by a team of real people. MineCoin Central Bank: Should It Be Controlled by Math or Humans? Considering Minex Bank’s operation model an “important question,” the team says it wants to get the opinions from the people who use MineCoin and will be most affected by the bank. With two different models to choose from, users can vote on....


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