1. Project Introduction
Ultilegder, the Next Generation Global Self-financing Blockchain Protocol, an open-source protocol initiated by a number of IT technology geeks, gets a high-level consensus and co-governance from the communities. Ultiledger aims to build an economic and financial ecosystem based on token ULT to help any organization (contains government, business, industry clusters or individuals and communities) that needs to build trust at a low cost and rapid construction of a distributed financial book and account system of bank-grade security; zero-cost transaction settlement within the ecosystem; improved security, privacy, efficiency and capital availability of the system through the combination of the main chain and sub-chains. In the Ultiledger ecosystem, any tangible assets, data or intangible rights can be written on blockchain to become a string of code to achieve assets and data tokenization, and to use smart contracts and distributed storage for completing functions such as confirmation, notarization, trading, circulation, etc., and finally achieving “credit circulation, asset circulation, value circulation” in the algorithm world.
2. Token Info
|TGE||10%||10% of the tokens have been released|
|Community Building||90%||90% used as a community incentive|
ULT has a total supply of 4,500,000,000, with a current circulating supply of 639,754,862.
- Total supply：4,500,000,000
- Circulating Supply：639,754,862
Ultiledger follows the following four principles to build a self-financial blockchain system.
- Cornerstone of trust: Trust is the cornerstone of the blockchain. The purpose of system design is to build a trusted system.
- Community governance: The main feature of the blockchain. It is the substantial support for establishing credibility.
- Practicality: All technologies must be considered for the actual application of the service. Experimental and unstable approaches should be abandoned.
- Openness: Openness is a necessary condition for the success of blockchains. Openness means equality, open-source code, and generalization of infrastructure.
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