Pascalcoin, an awesome crypto with a bright future

Pascalcoin (PASC), a ground-breaking crypto

I have recently learned about a crypto that I’m quite sure won’t go unnoticed in the coming years. It appeared as though out of nowhere and, suddenly, its transaction volume nearly doubled that of other better known cryptos. It has indeed some awesome features that really drew my attention:

To begin with, Pascalcoin is written entirely in the Pascal programming language, which is an imperative and procedural programming language, designed in 1968–69 by Niklaus Wirthand and published in 1970.  It was named after the French mathematician, philosopher and physicist Blaise Pascal. As for Pascalcoin, the initiator, creator and original architect of the code is Albert Molina.

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Blaise Pascal

A fundamental feature that helps PascalCoin stand out from the crowd  is the payload hash function that can be applied to operations on the chain. Believe me, it is no small feat.

Pascalcoin is a very original cryptocurrency with a groundbreaking new technology called Safebox, which compliments the Blockchain in a way that allows it to be deleted whilst retaining its full cryptographic security. It means that it can achieve infinite scalability. A safebox is where you save amounts of each address through each block of the blockchain.

It was the first crypto to break the 100 transactions per second barrier, pioneering a new tier of scalability suitable for planetary-scale adoption.

If you want to learn more about Pascalcoin technicalities you can visit Pacalcoin: crytocurrency without need of historical operations.

David Bolet, a senior software engineer, Java architect and blockchain developer, has recently launched Pacalcoin’s first wallet. It currently works on Android.  I could contact him to ask him a few questions:

David Bolet, the genius behind Pascalcoin’s first wallet

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David Bolet

The first Pascalcoin’s wallet has been recently launched  and I took the opportunity to ask some questions to its creator: David Bolet. It is now in its beta version, but already operational.

Why should I download the Pascalcoin Wallet?

David: Pascalcoin is a great crypto, very technically advanced, but it has some barriers for users: the first one is that the wallet is limited to the Windows environment, or, if you like,  Linux, but only past a certain level. In addition, you need to have an account in order to get Pascalcoins, and it’s not plain sailing. The wallet brings users closer and makes it way easier to use.

How do you see the future of cryptocurrencies?

David: It goes without saying that there are a lot of cryptos. If you ask me, I don’t think they all will survive. As far as miners and traders go, they can’t bite more than they can chew. As I see it, in the future, we are likely to use the stronger and most widespread ones,  cryptos with a big community which are based on a robust software such as Ethereum, Bitcoin, Bitcoin cash, Ripple… and those that offer some special features or an added value… We must definitely pay close attention to Pascalcoin, Iota, Neo…  As Stephen Covey put it: “strength lies in differences. Not in similarities”.

Are you currently engaged in any other blockchain projects?

David: Yes, apart from Pascalcoin, I am an active member of a Blockchain community in Barcelona, and I’m very keen on Ethereum, which offers some awesome features,  most significantly smart contracts, with unlimited uses, maybe beyond our imagination, that can literally change the world as we know it.  We meet on a regular basis and, apart from developers, you can find all kinds of people, from bloggers to professionals from the third sector.

Last but not least… Where can I download the wallet?

David: It is now in its beta version, but already operational. I’ve received feedback from people all over the world, and I would like to seize the opportunity to thank them all for their invaluable support.

Just click on the wallet icon to go to the APP 😉

Thank you very much!

It’s my pleasure.

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