LIMX is a new type of decentralized currency

Not minted or endorsed by any nation, but by users across the globe. Anywhere there is internet, you can send or receive LIMXs. Even in outer space. There are very little rules for LIMX. To prevent inflation only a limited supply of 525 million LIMXs will ever exist. LIMXs are mined by users at a set rate for decades into the future. You can get LIMXs for free by mining or trading for them on an exchange.

With LIMX you will get the best Paymentsystem on Earth.

No need for Wiring or Carrying Cash across borders. You can send LIMX to your relatives or business partners to the other side of the world. No hoops to jump through, no questioning. Just hit send.

Unlike Banks which can require a Credit Check or Social Security Number, LIMX doesn't ask for anything except a smile. A LIMX account is completely free & with low transaction fees. Transactions are complete within seconds, worldwide!

LIMX has a class of decentralized workers called miners to keep the Paymentsystem secure. Specialized Cloud Computers run encryption software to distribute LIMX and verify all transactions on the payment network. LIMX is absolutely secure against forgery. Everyone can become a miner, it´s very easy to rent hardware and join a miningpool.

LIMX is open source software and released under the terms of the MIT license. The global network uses peer-to-peer technology and consists of hundreds strategic nodes all over the world.


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This is not an offer or solicitation for investment advisory services, brokerage services, or other products or services. Any views expressed are provided for informational purposes only and represent only the opinions of this LIMX website and should not be construed in any way as an offer, an endorsement, testimony, or inducement to invest.


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LIMX is developed by the Github Opensource organisation LIMXTEC

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THE LIMX SPECS

MAX COINS: 525.000.000 LIMX
BLOCK TIME: 5 MINUTES
KIMOTO GRAVITY WELL
HASHING ALGORYTHM: X11
DISTRIBUTION: 5.25 MILLION LIMX PER YEAR = 1 %
MINEABLE: 100 YEARS WITH NO BLOCKHALVING
BLOCK REWARD: 50 LIMX (40 LIMX MINING & 10 LIMX MASTERNODE REWARD)
MASTERNODE SETUP: 5000 LIMX

InstantX, Darksend, Masternode technology

RPC PORT: 8800
P2P PORT: 8886
ROAMING FOLDER: limecoinx
CONFIG NAME: limecoinx.conf
OpenSSL VERSION: 1.0.2
CURRENT CLIENT: v0.11.2.34

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Security

How does LIMX keep itself secure?

LIMX has a class of workers called miners who "mine" LIMX (similar to Gold Miners). Miners run special software on their computer to run encryption calculations to be the first person to find special codes that will add LIMX to their wallet and put those LIMX into circulation. Miners also act as accountants to verify all transactions on the LIMX network and compare work against each other to keep LIMX secure. For additional security, there is a Masternodesystem implemented; it´s a proof of service system.

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HOW IS LIMX DISTRIBUTED?

LIMX has been designed to handle a stable future. Only 525 Million LIMX will ever exist. Every LIMX block has a fixed reward of 50 Coins & will never decrease to give future generations the same chance to mine that limited digital resource.

The Masternodes getting 1/5 of that reward, for holding 5000 LIMX & doing a proof of service job.

Blocks are distributed every 5 minutes; over 100 years.

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Can you explain what "LIMX" is?

In mathematics, the limit of a function is a fundamental concept in calculus and analysis concerning the behavior of that function near a particular input. Formal definitions, first devised in the early 19th century, are given below. Informally, a function f assigns an output f(x) to every input x. We say the function has a limit L at an input p: this means f(x) gets closer and closer to L as x moves closer and closer to p. More specifically, when f is applied to any input sufficiently close to p, the output value is forced arbitrarily close to L. On the other hand, if some inputs very close to p are taken to outputs that stay a fixed distance apart, we say the limit does not exist. The german Karl Weierstrass first introduced the epsilon-delta definition of limit in the form it is usually written today. He also introduced the notations lim and limx→x. LIMX is also a composition of his color "lime green #32cd32" and it´s X11 algorythm.

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