Author Topic: How a simple user can work with: Protoshares, Angelshares, Bitshares, Nameshare?  (Read 1531 times)

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Offline bytemaster

I am trying to understand how a simple user can work with the above.

Would any of the above be on a separate blockchain?

With separate wallets?

(I hope this is not the case as it would make the life of the users very miserable and prevent wide adoption)

Is Keyhotee planned to be the single client for all of the above?
What about new non-invictus DACs, would they connect to the keyhotee client?

What's the key difference between Protoshares and Angelshare? It seems they do the exact same thing.

Keyhotee will be a multi-coin wallet with a plugin infrastructure.  The goal is ease of use.

ProtoShares are tradable, AngelShares are not.  They both get you a cut in our future DACs.

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I am trying to understand how a simple user can work with the above.

Would any of the above be on a separate blockchain?

With separate wallets?

(I hope this is not the case as it would make the life of the users very miserable and prevent wide adoption)

Is Keyhotee planned to be the single client for all of the above?
What about new non-invictus DACs, would they connect to the keyhotee client?

What's the key difference between Protoshares and Angelshare? It seems they do the exact same thing.