We feel that the below info-graphic accurately defines what both RadiumCore and the Radium Smartchain are. Of course, we are always here and happy to discuss further should you be interested. Simply drop by our Telegram and drop a line.

Yes, we do. Please see below for the latest iteration. The future is bright. Forward, always.

Browse to the Team page via the topmost navigation and you’ll be able to read all about the folks who make RadiumCore possible.

No. The current protocol encodes the data into fake public keys

No. If/When this becomes an issue, there is code in place to adjust the cost per operation, if need be.

No. The coin was launched in May 2015. There was an approximately 2 week Scrypt Proof of Work period, followed by decreasing PoS rewards. The PoS reward has recently been adjusted to 0.5 RADS per block, as per the August 29th Hard Fork specifications. For more info on this, please visit our technical details page.

Furthermore, due to the lack of any sort of presale, a development fund was introduced to help offset cost of operations. For more info, please see our Development Fund page.

Radium is an open source proof-of-stake coin, and has been successfully compiled to run on a Raspberry Pi. In fact, please see our tutorial on how to stake with your Raspberry Pi here: https://radiumcore.org/staking-tutorial-raspberry-pi/

Yes. The POW (Proof-of-Work) period has ended.

Nearly every respectable exchange does not comment on new coin additions. The development team does not know in advance of any exchange additions.

Both the Radium Core wallet and the Radium SmartChain are supported by Windows, Linux, and Mac. Developmental efforts are underway to support both iOS and Android.

No, for now it is a closed source project. Perhaps sometime in the future, the source will be published, but there are no current plans to release the source. Note however that the Radium Core code is open source.

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