CoinGeek & nChain Launches Bitcoin Cash Tokenization Contest

Coingeek & nChain Launches Bitcoin Cash Tokenization ContestThe newly invented digital currency, Bitcoin Cash (BCH), emerged from Bitcoin’s scalability problems, is now being shaped as the next revolutionary digital currency through an open contest. Many who ask what is Bitcoin Cash are instantly attracted to its unique features. CoinGeek.com, an online cryptocurrency news outlet, partnered with the blockchain technology research and development firm nChain Group to launch the first-ever design contest for Bitcoin Cash blockchain’s tokenization solution.

Over 50 teams across the globe have pledged to take part in the design contest, each hoping to spark a change and receive the £5 million worth of Bitcoin Cash. This will serve as a bridge between Bitcoin Cash and the blockchain technology to support a wider scope of transactions, much better than what the original Bitcoin can do. The two key elements needed to make way for the contest’s main goal are tokenizing external assets and expanding the use of transaction scripts.

CoinGeek and nChain Group are hoping that the contestants will focus on fulfilling the key elements needed to make the solution possible and to maximize the full potential of Bitcoin Cash. CoinGeek’s owner stated that “While it is our firm belief that BCH is the one true blockchain that will emerge out of all the FUD around cryptocurrencies right now we want to also ensure BCH has all the tools necessary to make that claim and more. Tokenization is another step on that journey as we create a ‘best of breed’ coin that has all the components of the original Satoshi white paper but also has the additional features that enhance BCH further still.”

CONTEST MECHANICS

  • The main challenge for the participants is to design a completely generic system or suite of interacting systems for Bitcoin Cash while fulfilling the following conditions:
  • Creating an Issuer solution that can securely create tokens, efficiently issue tokens to user’s wallets, redeem tokens from users, and safely destroy tokens back into the original cryptocurrency at the end of the token’s life cycle. At any rate, the life cycle depends on the nature of the coin.
  • Creating a user solution that can be plugged into their existing cryptocurrency wallet and can just sit alongside the wallet, permitting the users to check, trade, and redeem their current holdings.
  • Creating an audit solution that enables third parties to validate the status of all issued token on the blockchain or public ledger. It should, more importantly, require a seed value from the user or the Issuer before permitting the audit.
  • Furthermore, the complete tokenization solution must be submitted with supporting design documentation and a working code with source code. Execution of a smart contract solution on the blockchain is encouraged but not required.

Joan - Team BCF