Since the inception of HEX in December of 2019, the animosity, hatred and the vehement opposition from the broader cryptocurrency community towards this project cannot be overstated. Influencers have shunned it, exchanges have gatekept it and communities have ostracized it into a quasi-crypto exile, as if HEX is the Napoleon of cryptocurrency.
HEX is the only crypto that has on-chain provable staying power and a Staker class that has sovereignty over its monetary policy. Currently, the demand is use case driven, with not much traders messing with it. This has certain predictable consequences. For example, the Staker class can leverage its staked value with relatively small monetary …. Read More
I see quite some confusion among Hexicans on how to end a stake. One would expect this to be the easiest and most comprehensible contract function, yet it appears guidance is needed. Ending a stake is one of several aspects that makes the HEX blockchain certificate of deposit technically different from bank certificates of deposits …. Read More
Unlike in a traditional bank certificate of deposit, the interest rate in HEX is dynamic and truly impossible to predict on long term, because it depends on the behaviour of stakers. The official HEX contract frontend go.hex.com recently got included a chart showing daily interest per trillion shares (HEX per T-Share) over time. This historic …. Read More