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« on: October 21, 2019, 02:44:17 AM »


In a world where the wealth of the earth is so unfairly distributed and concentrated in the hands of a few members of the global population, the dream of an average person is to continuously and rapidly climb the economic strata with a view to achieving financial independence. Unfortunately, however, most people don't ever achieve this tall dream in their lifetime. A major cog to achieving this, above anything else, is rooted in the banking system orchestrated to favour a privileged few.

According to the OECD in 2012 the top 0.6% of world population (consisting of adults with more than US$1 million in assets) or the 42 million richest people in the world held 39.3% of world wealth. The next 4.4% (311 million people) held 32.3% of world wealth. Evidently, this gives credence to the inequality in the distribution of the the earth's wealth.

Cryptocurency: A leeway to decentralization of financial cum economic wealth.

Cryptocurrency is a digital currency in which encryption techniques are used to regulate the generation of units of currency and verify the transfer of funds, operating independently of a central bank. Cryptocurrency is also known as a type of currency that is based on cryptography and uses a distributed ledger system called the blockchain.

Blockchain is a system that validate and record the transactions made in bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies which are maintained across several computers that are linked in a peer-to-peer network. Blockchain primarily is a technology that increases transparency of transactions, as everybody on the network has a copy of the ledger.

When Satoshi developed the blockchain technology, he did it to return economic power to the average man. Unfortunately, mining bitcoin today is not as easy as it used to be in the early days. Why is this? Because the instruments used for mining bitcoin has gotten extremely expensive with uncertain ROI for those who can even afford to buy these rigs.

Other blockchain projects trying to replace or compliment bitcoin, are either too centralized or also too expensive to mine.

Volume Network: A computer HDD project. 

We believe that mining is the most important aspect of any cryptocurrency as over 65% revenue and income generated from the crypto space is through crypto mining. Hence, it is important for us to make VOL a decentralized cryptocurrency with minimal barrier to entry. And the only way we can achieve this is to allow nearly all VOL currency to be mined by the community. In doing this Volume Network will not just be empowering the people, but also introduce more crypto enthusiasts into the crypto space.

So there is no need to bother about why initial token supply is too low. As an early supporter of VOL, you can prepare yourself beforehand so that once the mainnet of the Volume Network is launched, you will take advantage of the mining opportunity.

One of the core values of the Volume Network project is the restoration of true decentralization in the crypto space and this will invariably result in financial independence for anyone who takes advantage of this project. We believe(irrefutably too), that volume network is the best project in 2019. It is the future!

Volume Network was developed by Lucien Chen, Former Co-Founder and CTO of TRON in collaboration with the LAMBDA core team.

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