Tezos is a coin that is heavily involved with its user base, promoting growth and transparency by providing its community members with voting rights to improve flaws, as well as give any holder the right to give up voting rights to another member in the network. It operates as a coin similar to ethereum, utilizing the blockchain to host smart contracts. In 2017, XTZ’s ICO raised $232 million dollars, making it one of the largest of its kind. In 2018, Tezos launched their main-net, and continuously mention to their users that since they operate on a new type of blockchain technology, unexpected issues may occur intermittently, affecting the network.
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