ThunderCore is its own blockchain with its own native cryptocurrency. Developed by industry-leading experts, it is EVM-compatible with throughput of 1,200+ TPS, sub-second confirmation times, and low gas costs—making it quick and easy for DApps to deploy and scale.
Features & Highlights
The Thunder paradigm provides a bridge between the two: it is a fully decentralized method for maintaining a public EVM-compatible blockchain, with the performance of centralized solutions: Our Thunder protocol is a new blockchain that:
- achieves both high throughput and fast confirmation time;
- is robust up to a 50% attack (just as standard blockchains);
- directly supports EVM-smart contracts and EVM-DApps designed for Ethereum with little or no modifications;
- comes with a mathematical proof of its security.
We believe it is the simplest, fastest, most expressive and secure blockchain solution out there.
Token Sale & Economics
- Project website: https://www.thundercore.com/
- Project whitepaper: https://docs.thundercore.com/thunder-litepaper.pdf
- Token sale start time: 2019-05-09 12:00 UTC
- Ticker: TT
- Token type: ERC20 as TGE
- Total hard cap: $50,500,000
- Total supply: 10,000,000,000 TT
- Public sale token price: 1 TT = $0.015
- Public sale allocation: 0.33% of total supply
- Private sale token price: Private: 1 TT = $0.02. Presale: 1 TT = $0.1
- Private sale allocation: Private: 18.52% of total supply. Presale: 1.48% of total supply
- Seed sale token price: 1 TT = $0.01
- Seed sale allocation: 5.76% of total supply
Chris Wang, CEO, After graduating from Carnegie Mellon with a PhD in Computer Science at age 22, Chris went on to co-found social gaming company Playdom in 2008. Under him, Playdom grew to over 500 employees, 200 million monthly active users and over $100 million in annual revenue. Playdom was later sold to Disney for $500 million in 2010. Chris was also an early investor in Alibaba, Glassdoor, and FlipKart.
Elaine Shi, Chief scientist, With a PhD in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University, Shi is a key expert on cryptographic protocols and consensus. She wrote the first academic research paper on both Bitcoin and decentralized smart contracts; and was the first to teach smart contract programming. She now teaches as an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Cornell University. She is also the co-founder and co-director of the Initiative for Cryptocurrency and Contracts (IC3). For her work in the field, Shi has received the Packard Fellowship, ONR YIP Award, NSF Career Award, Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship, Google Faculty Awards, NSA Best Scientific Cybersecurity Award, an ASPLOS Best Paper Award and many more.
Rafael Pass, Scientist, A key expert on cryptographic protocols, consensus, and game theory, Pass earned his PhD in Computer Science from MIT and is currently a professor of Computer Science at Cornell University and Cornell Tech. Previously, Pass worked in the finance industry for JP Mogran and Price Waterhouse Coopers after studying logic and philosophy at the Sorbonne in Paris. He went on to co-found the Initiative for Cryptocurrency and Contracts (IC3) alongside Professor Shi. He also co-created ANONIZE with Abhi Shelat. As a professor, he was one of the 3 founding faculty members of Cornell Tech (now close to 40 faculty). He has received the NSF Career Award, the AFOSR Young Investigator Award, the Alfred P. Sloan Fellowship, the Microsoft Faculty Award, Wallenberg Academy Award and a Google Faculty Award.
|Consensus Protocol||Thunder||POW||Threshold Relay||BA||DPOS + BFT|
|Smart Contract Language||Solidity||Solidity||WASM||N/A||WASM|
|Settlement Time||Instant||Slow||Near Instant||Instant||Near Instant|
|Attacks Tolerance||Up to 50%||Up to 50%||Up to 50 %||Up to 33%||Up to 50 %|
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