Well, Libra is a private cryptocurrency, where only a small number of licensed operators can mine and create coins.
Due to the currently available information 30 companies are approved and the total number of companies allowed to create coins will be limited to 100.
I don’t see than as a decentralised implementation.
It’s just Apples approach to jump on the train
I have moved your thread to the services category.
I think it would help developers, if you give a bit more background information about your community, your coin, and the intended use of the coin.
If possible, you also could provide some information about the technical parameters you plan or like to have for the coin.
how often a new block containing new coins should be generated?
would you prefer a Power Of Work algorithm to create the blocks or another one?
shall new created blocks contain always the same number of coins, or shall this number decrease over time?
Most coins reduce the number of coins per block over time.
If you are not familiar with the technical details, a developer can discus the pro and cons of the different possibilities with you.
Last but not least:
Do you look for a voluntary developer, or do you have some funding, so it will be payed work?
Sorry for that many questions, but the will help to find someone who can code for you.
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Any support of FTC in the future ?