The NGK Eco Star Project will be launched soon and the high exchange ratio of rare VAST will bring high value!

NGK Eco Star Project

1. SPC mining rules:

NGK Eco Star Project

2. VAST mining rules

  1. When the entire network’s computing power reaches 8 million, first star value will be awarded. Subsequently, with the increase of every 500,000, the star value will be awarded once. When the whole network’s computing power reaches 8.5 million, the second star value will be awarded. When the computing power of the entire network reaches 9 million, the third star value will be awarded. When the computing power of the whole network reaches 9.5 million, the fourth star value will be awarded and when the computing power of the whole network reaches 10 million, the fifth star value will be awarded, and so on. A maximum of up to 20 million computing power will be calculated and an accumulative awards of ten star values will be rewarded. According to the author previous calculation where each computing power holder can get 0.4spc. When the total network computing power reaches 8 million, that is, 8 million*0.4spc=3.2 million spc.
NGK Eco Star Project

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