Latest News Exchange To Feature Aspire Gas as Newest Digital Asset

Aspire (ASP) is the first digital asset creation platform to resist both mining exploits and 51 percent attacks common to proof-of-work blockchains. Its fees are a tiny fraction of creating assets on Ethereum or other platforms due to its innovative Aspire Gas (GASP) blockchain.

Both tokens will be introduced with BTC and USDT trading pairs, with more pairs to follow in the short-term. Exchange is thrilled to announce the upcoming listing of two new digital assets: Aspire (ASP) and Aspire Gas (GASP) on the 30th of September 2020 at 10:00 UTC. Both tokens were created by Aspire Technology, under the leadership of core developer Jim Blasko, a proof-of-work innovator since 2012.

Aspire Technology is a leading developer of digital asset creation technologies. It was incubated by the bCommerce Labs accelerator fund and other angel investors. The Aspire platform, which consists of the Aspire (ASP) digital asset creation platform and Aspire Gas (GASP) blockchain, is the first digital asset creation platform to resist both mining exploits and 51 percent attacks that are common to proof-of-work blockchains.

The Aspire platform improves upon the standard Counterparty open-source code, but grafts in an automated checkpoint server to prevent 51 percent attacks that have caused many other blockchains to be attacked and lose funds. Aspire is also not subject to miner attacks. Many other platforms have suffered one of these two common exploits that Aspire is immune from.

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