IOU means, literally, “I owe you”. It’s a debt acknowledgement. It’s more informal than a check or promisory note. IOU’s are often used to trade cryptocurrencies before they’re listed on large exchanges.
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ELI5 AVAX IOU? Is it the real AVAX coin?
November 2020 Update
As of November 18, AVAX price has remained remarkably stable - for cryptocurrency standards.
Chart via Binance
Coincost shows the AVAX IOU slowly dep...
ELI5 How AVAX validation works [Avalanche Protocol]
According to the Avalanche AVAX token distribution policy, almost 50% of all AVAX in existence will go towards validator rewards (see chart at the top). Since the Avalanche protocol burns all fees, the only source of inflation in the AVAX ecosystem is the validation reward. This presents a great opportunity for those who join the […]
Is Avalanche safe from SEC regulatory actions? How does it compare to Ripple?
Ava Labs is a US-based company, founded by cryptography experts from Cornell University in NY and funded by several investors in the US. Ripple is a US-based company, founded by economists and cryptography experts from Canada and Kansas and funded by investors in the US. Notice any parallels? If you do, then you’re not alone. […]
cavax – Experimental C language tools for AVAX Avalanche exploration
cavax is an experimental implementation of C language utils for the exploration of the Avalanche AVAX protocol. Initially, cavax supports limited networking and basic passive functionality (e.g. it does not actively verify vertices). cavax listens to the Avalanche network and calls hooks that you can set up to handle each message type. Some default hooks […]
AVAX Staking tutorial – How to begin staking Avalanche [Early AVAX staking, in 2020]
Note: This is an article from Avalanche’s early days, back in 2020, before the mainnet went live! Back then there were no staking instructions available. In fact, we published this tutorial based on our own testnet experience, before it was even possible to move coins on the mainnet!!! We’ve kept this article in its original […]
Concepts In This Page
Avalanche is a consensus protocol introduced by Rocket Team in 2018.
It is an entirely new consensus protocol which builds upon classic consensus and Nakamoto consensus.
AVAX is the cryptocurrency released in 2020 by Ava Labs.
The AVAX cryptocurrency is used for all transactions in the Avalanche network.
IOU means, literally, "I owe you". It's a debt acknowledgement. It's more informal than a check or promisory note. IOU's are often used to trade cryptocurrencies before they're listed on large exchanges.