Franko is an amazing new virtual currency based on cryptography. Franko coins can be instantly sent anywhere in the world over the internet via a shared public ledger for little to no cost. One Franko is denominated as 1 FRK. New FRK are released into the economy every 30 seconds by the network as payment for confirming transactions and securing the network. Franko is designed to produce 11,235,813 FRK over the next 500 years making FRK the most long term solution. Each FRK is divisible to the 8th decimal place which helps overcome the limitations of scarcity.
Transactions are processed into the public ledger by the Franko network approximately every 30 seconds. That means you get your money faster.
The Franko software runs 24/7 on a distributed peer-to-peer network eliminating all central point of failure.
Franko utilizes various cutting edge forms of military grade encryption to ensure your finances remain safe and secure.
That's right, Franko is opensource software released under the MIT/X11 license which gives anyone the power to run, modify, and copy the software and to distribute, at your option, modified copies of the software.
Frankos.org is dedicated to help Franko to develop in a sustainable way.
Frankos.org is the original domain name used with the first Franko website. It was registered and is still managed by the Franko High Council and by additional community members, with the input of Franko communities. Just like nobody owns the email technology, nobody owns the Franko network. As such, nobody can speak with authority in the name of Franko.
Franko is controlled by all Franko users around the world. Developers are improving the software but they can't force a change in the rules of the Franko protocol because all users are free to choose what software they use. In order to stay compatible with each other, all users need to use software complying with the same rules. Franko can only work decently with a complete consensus between all users. Therefore, all users and developers have strong incentives to adopt and protect this consensus.
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