Hedera describes itself as a decentralized public network where developers can build secure, fair applications with near real-time consensus. The platform is owned and governed by a council of global members including Avery Dennison, Boeing, Deutsche Telekom, DLA Piper, FIS (WorldPay), Google, IBM, LG Electronics, Magalu, Nomura, Swirlds, Tata Communications, University College London (UCL), Wipro, and Zain Group.
The Hedera.com Consensus Service (HCS) acts as a trust layer for any application or permissioned network and allows for the creation of an immutable and verifiable log of messages. Application messages are submitted to the Hedera network for consensus, given a trusted timestamp, and fairly ordered. Use HCS to track assets across a supply chain, create auditable logs of events in an advertising platform, or even use it as a decentralized ordering service.
Hedera.com Key Points
|Coin Name||Hedera.com Cryptocurrency|
|Circulating Supply||6,942,667,258 HBAR|
|Source Code||Click Here To View Source Code|
|Explorers||Click Here To Visit|
|Twitter Page||Click Here To Visit Twitter Group|
|Documentation||Click Here To View|
|Official Project Website||Click Here To Visit Project Website|
Tokens, ready for the world
Tokenized assets offer a new way to create and manage value. With fungible and non-fungible assets businesses can make processes more efficient, reduce costs, and unlock new revenue streams.
The Hedera Token Service makes it easy for developers to manage tokens with scalable performance and predictable cost. All on a reliable network governed by the world’s leading organizations and based on the emerging industry standard Token Taxonomy Framework from the InterWork Alliance.
Hedera is the only public ledger that utilizes hashgraph consensus — making token transfers fast, settlement in seconds, and predictable fees at a fraction of 1¢ USD.
Mint in minutes
Tooling and key configurations that meet the needs of common use case requirements — from supply management to flagging accounts for KYC compliance.
Features and functionality
Perform atomic swaps between tokens on Hedera and hbar.
Optional token configurations offer the flexibility to flag account KYC verification, freeze, manage supply, and more.
The Hedera.com network has legal protections from forks, better protecting your assets and your users.
No more waiting for block confirmations. The Hedera Token Service reaches finality on transactions within seconds.
Hedera Cryptocurrency achieves consensus efficiently, saving energy and costs. All transaction fees are fixed, costing less than 1¢ USD per transfer.
A stronger ecosystem
They welcome Hedera community members to contribute to the Hedera network platform and services codebase, developer tools, and more by finding and submitting bugs and vulnerabilities. The entire ecosystem will benefit from the shared efforts in improving the robustness of Hedera’s software and security. All of the markdown files and images are stored in the hashgraph/hedera-docs repository.
Explore Hedera’s network services and developer tools to discover bugs and vulnerabilities. We ask that you follow the rules of engagement while testing.
Submit a report
If you find a bug or vulnerability, then send an email to email@example.com with a description of your findings.
A member of the Hedera.com Cryptocurrency team will reach out for further information. Earnings are determined on a case-by-case basis. There is no cap on the number of hbars you can earn.
Peer-to-peer payments on Hedera
Payment processors and point of sale systems eat away at your margins and can be slow to settle. Hedera lets you break free of legacy payment rail requirements to transfer value in new ways without costly intermediaries.
Hbar transactions take seconds to complete, on par with the VISA network–making cryptocurrency a viable option for any type of customer whether in-person or online.
By relying on public ledgers you can drastically reduce your resulting costs to a small, flat fee. Boosting your margins on every transaction.
Low costs make the ability to transact with as little as a fraction of a cent economically viable. Opening new potential experiences and revenue streams.
Media is continously evolving. From ad-based to subscriptions, to the rise of content creators, micro transactions provide opportunity for another extinction or evolution.