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Coda Protocol
Coda Protocol (CODA)
Coda is the first cryptocurrency protocol with a constant-sized blockchain. Coda compresses the entire blockchain into a tiny snapshot the size of a few tweets.
TOKEN SALE
SEED
PRIVATE
PRESALE
TOTAL
$3,500,000
/ $TBA
DATE
Soon
TOKEN SALE DETAILS
TOKEN SALE INFO
Ticker:
CODA
Token type:
OWN WALLET
BOUNTY CAMPAIGN
Coda Genesis Token Program
Activity type:
Nodes
Contest
Dates:
22 Jan 2020
TBA
Registration:
OPEN
Reward pool:
TBA
 
(66,000 CODA)
Personal reward:
TBA
 
(CODA)
Difficulty:
MEDIUM
Ends in: 
  • How to participate:
    Becoming a Genesis founding member is the highest honor in the Coda community. You'll have an opportunity to strengthen and harden the protocol, create tooling and documentation, and build the community.

    When the protocol launches in mainnet, you will be the backbone of robust, decentralized participation. Together, we will enable the first blockchain that is truly decentralized at scale.

    1. Apply this form.
    2. Join Coda Discord.
    3. Participate in Testnet.
    About Project, Rewards and Rules:
    Up to 1000 members will be selected from our testnet community to receive a distribution of 66,000 tokens as founding members of Genesis.
    • At mainnet launch, 6.6% of the protocol will be distributed in this manner.
    • Distributions will be locked up for up to four years after mainnet launch.
    • Starting on mainnet launch, Genesis founding members will have to participate as block producers and continuously stake all tokens received from the Genesis Program.
    • New Genesis founding members will be announced on a rolling basis.
    • To learn more about the selection criteria and requirements, see the Terms and Conditions.
    Hardware Requirements:
    Software: macOS or Linux (currently supports Debian 9 and Ubuntu 18.04 LTS)
    Note: Windows is not officially supported at this time. However, community members succeeded in setting up nodes using Windows Subsystem for Linux. Click here for instructions on using Windows, which are created by the community.
    Hardware: Sending and receiving coda does not require any special hardware, but running a block producer on the Coda network currently requires:
    • at least a 4-core processor
    • at least 8GB of RAM
    Note that if you plan on running a snark worker node, you may need more RAM -- 16GB is recommended. GPUs aren't currently required, but may be required for node operators when the protoctol is upgraded.
    Network: At least 1 Mbps connection
    VM Instances: O(1) Labs has tested running nodes on several cloud providers, and recommends the following instances for basic node operator needs. Keep in mind that custom requirements as well as different cost constraints may require a different instance type.
    Check out our guide for how to configure your Coda node on Google Cloud.
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    Number of team members:
    16
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