Simple Pos Pool and Simple Masternode listed Block-Logic

What is Block-Logic (BLTG)?

Block-Logic Technology Group was established in June 2018. BLTG is a reinvention of the Bitcoin Lightning project formed in late 2017. After a community vote for a new and broader Committee team to take over, the project was re-branded and launched as BLTG to better align with its vision and goals. Today the Block-Logic Committee consists of developers and team members from every corner of the globe, all working towards the BLTG mission.

BLTG´s Mission

Our mission is to bring the benefits of Blockchain and distributed services to Consumers and Small to Medium Enterprises. We will transform these technologies from catchphrases to a usable set of services that will add incredible value to our customers. By developing a decentralised Ecosystem, BLTG will bring to market products that are easy to access, use and migrate to in addition to being simple/easy to administer. These products and services will extend the use of Blockchain in ways consumers are not able to today.

BLTG Team

  • Chris – Senior Developer
  • Ricardo – Senior Developer
  • Jarrad – Solutions Architect
  • Ralf – Treasurer
  • Jerry – Strategy Advisor
  • Igor – Masternode Expert

BLTG Specifications

  • Maximum Supply – 120,000,000
  • Masternode Collateral – 12,000
  • Ticker – BLTG
  • Block Time – 60 Seconds
  • Reward per Block – 10
  • Difficulty Re-targeting – Every Block
  • Pre-mine (first 11 blocks) – 33 Million. Used for swapping Bitcoin Lightning to BLTG
  • Reward allocation – Masternode Rewards: 80%, Staking Rewards: 20%
  • Reward modification period – 6 months
  • SuperBlock – 20% of block value (governance)

BLTG important links

Where can I buy BLTG?

Simple Masternode

You can also host your BLTG masternode on Simple Masternode if you prefer. You will always control your coins and we take care of all tech setup for your VPS and update it when it´s needed.

If you want to learn more about it, just read this post: https://blog.simplepospool.com/how-to-create-a-masternode-with-simple-masternode